Now available straight from the 3D printing company so you can assemble your own tiny twigling doll. along with this 3D print from shapeways that I designed and created, You will need TWO 4-5mm disc magnets, some .7mm clear beading cord, super glue, and a strong or thick 6mm jump ring to assemble this doll. Scissors and either an x-acto knife or dremel may also help. steps: 1. Make sure all the pieces are their and cleaned (you may need to cut the mesh cage to get the pieces out. the mesh cage is used to lower labor costs). Please wear a mask when cleaning the loose powder so you do not breath it in, plastic powder is not that good for the lungs. If you have missing pieces or the print doesn't seem up to standard or other issues, contact shapeways with pictures and your order number asap and feel free to ask me as well for advice. Shapeways is usually very good on helping. 2. Lay out pieces as seen in photos including jump ring for the head. 3. Cut three pieces of cord, one for arms, and one for each leg and body. 4. super glue in the magnets into the head and head cap, make sure to place them in correctly so they attract to each other and the head cap stays on. 5. string the parts together tightly!, Loop the cord though a wrist or ankle hole and with both ends of the cord string parts on tightly in proper order. If the holes are too small for your cord to go through, use a dremel or your knife to gently widen the hole until it will squeeze through. When you get to the last part,Tie a double knot at one wrist for the arms to secure, then for the legs/body use the jump ring in the head and tie on both cords of the legs and body together. I am working on a video to show how to assemble these dolls. Please let me know if you have any questions. The picture with the parts in dyed green show how to lay the parts out, with his separate eye piece and hat off to one side. Upper and lower legs and arm parts including joints are reversible and do not have a left or right, the hands however are indeed a left and right, the feet are not and can go on either side, to help you out.