Did you ever play Paper Dolls?
Many of you just scratched your head and are wondering what crazy thing I'm talking about, aren't you?
Well, back in the good old days, little girls actually used to play with dolls made out of paper. Paper, not plastic.
You had a base doll (usually cardboard) and paper "clothes" with little tabs to fold over the shoulders. That is how you "dressed" them. Rather low tech, but still very fine for the imagination.
Paper dolls could go to school, get married, have careers and do all the same things that Barbies or Brats (or whatever dolls little girls play with these days) can do. You just didn't spend much money on them. They weren't as durable. And they didn't come with a "Dream House" (except the one in your very own dream).
Playing with yesterday's owl chef reminded me of paper dolls because dressing him as another character was as easy as moving a bit of paper.
You could do a Santa Hat - or a Top Hat - add a prop or two and this little guy can be sooooo many things.
Get those punches out and get playing!