Paul Phelps began making childhood toys as a child during the depression. His lasting memories are alive with these self powered toys!
as a child my father wquld make toys like this for us.sorry i did not pay more attention to how he did this.we were sharecroppers toys were nonexitant
admin Reply:May 31st, 2012 at
He started working on these toys after retirement from memories of his youth. We really loved our time with Mr. Phelps!
Toys are great! May I ask where they are possibly sold?
admin Reply:February 4th, 2013 at
Thanks for watching Bluegrass & Backroads and for taking time to contact us. Unfortunately, we have lost all contact with the gentleman at “Time Out Toys”. We have try to reach him by phone and email with no luck. His phone is no longer a working number. We have had several folks wishing to talk with him. If I find out anything new, I will let you know.
paul phelps Reply:March 28th, 2013 at
Dear Mr Boston, Thanks for your interest in timeouttoys. Our slogan is: “Look Mom, no batteries”. We have a lot of fun with that. Children love these things and want to know all about them. Some folks say they are or will be Heirlooms—-that one blows me away. They can be purchased from me. I do have some that are sold at the Ky Museum of Arts and Crafts in Louisville,ky.
My phone number is 502-542-2720. I would love to hear from you and look forward to that. Thanks again.
Can these toys be purchased?
Dear Ms Rogers, Thanks for your interest in timeouttoys. They can be purchased from me. I have some that are sold at the Ky Museum of Arts & Crafts in Louisville ky. My phone number is 502-542-2720.
I would appreciate hearing from you, and look forward to that. Thanks again
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