I like how "sculpture" is in quotes, like they aren't exactly sure if this project rises to the "sculpture" moniker. (Of course it does!) This is from McCall's Annual of Creative Handcrafts, published in 1969.
The text above says (and this is sic):
weird creatures and sculpture forms—fun craft for children. Cardboard tubes, cereal boxes are cut into rings, then glued to make animal shapes or free forms for modern "sculptures." From James Perrin. Directions for Paper Ring Fun, page 96.
(Page 96 only has a short paragraph that tells you what you already know: Cut cardboard rings, paint them, and glue them together. Add googly eyes as required.)
xo to you, my ring-a-dings.
I'm Debbie Way, an artist and writer who enjoys making things.