A lot of people younger than me (I'm 40) have never heard of Colorforms. If you don't know what they were, they were these scenes from cartoons mainly, that had a waxed surface. There was a sheet of rubbery plastic that was of the characters themselves, usually in more than one pose, as well as every day items like clothes, furniture, etc. The pieces didn't permanently stick, but had an attachment kind of like static window pictures. So you were able to make scene after scene, changing it to what you wanted. There were all kinds of them. There were Charlie Brown, Marvel and DC superheroes, Tom and Jerry, Muppets, and Wizard of Oz just to name a few. I loved them! They probably wouldn't survive in today's microchip society, but they were great back in the day.