How to Make Super Pop-Ups

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Everyone likes pop-ups — and they love super pop-ups! These dynamic designs take the charming element of surprise a step farther, with patterns that slide, turn, spring, and snap. More than 30 projects include a dragon that turns into a bird, an albatross, a robot, a catcher's mask, skyscrapers, a castle, and other enchanting models.
The easy-to-follow directions explain how to transform greeting cards, school assignments, and birthday gifts from two dimensions to three with ...
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Overview


Everyone likes pop-ups — and they love super pop-ups! These dynamic designs take the charming element of surprise a step farther, with patterns that slide, turn, spring, and snap. More than 30 projects include a dragon that turns into a bird, an albatross, a robot, a catcher's mask, skyscrapers, a castle, and other enchanting models.
The easy-to-follow directions explain how to transform greeting cards, school assignments, and birthday gifts from two dimensions to three with just a little glue and tape. More than 475 illustrations appear with simple instructions for double cutting, attaching bases and sliding strips, and other practical methods. Great for kids ages 8 and up, these techniques can also be used to create more sophisticated patterns, including stage props and centerpieces. Children, parents, teachers, and paper crafters of all ages will adore this treasury of imaginative and fun-filled projects.

Provides instructions for making a variety of paper pop-ups, including animals, boats, robots, and enormous pop-ups for the stage.

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School Library Journal
Gr 3-6-- Another success from the author of How to Make Pop-Ups (Morrow, 1988). In a similar format, Irvine introduces new ideas for similar creations. Explicit, step-by-step instructions, accompanied by helpful black-and-white line drawings, are easy to follow. Each project includes suggestions for variations that will encourage children to think creatively. Readily accessible materials are listed in the introduction, as well as definitions of symbols and terms and tips for beginners. Measurements are provided in both metric and imperial systems. Many of the ideas combine paper folding, paper cutting, drawing, and decoration, and feature sliding parts, turning wheels, springs, and snapping rubber bands. They range from simple animal faces to more complicated three-dimensional masks and stage props, tempting novice and accomplished pop-up artists alike. An inviting combination of clear design and clever ideas that is hard to resist. --Joy Fleishhacker, New York Public Library
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780486465890
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 2/29/2008
  • Series: Dover Origami Papercraft Series
  • Pages: 96
  • Sales rank: 299,461
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.30 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Table of Contents


Introduction
Part 1: Super Cutting
  Make a Birthday Cake
  Make a Lizard with Amazing Eyes
  Make a Catcher's Mask
  More Pop-ups within Pop-ups
  Make a Dragon That Turns into a Bird
  Read a Good Book
  Make a Bird Fly
  Make an Albatross
  Make a Big Bear Hug
  Make More Animals Using Cut Shapes
Part 2: Super Structures
  Make an Awesome Insect
  Make an Alien from Outer Space
  Make Skyscrapers
  Make a Boat
  Make a Holiday Tree
  Make a Castle
  Make a Pinocchio's Nose Grow
  Make a Creepy, Crawly Crab
Part 3: Super Slides and Turns
  Make a Face with Changing Eyes
  Make a Curved Sliding Strip
  Make a Juggler
  More Super Pop-ups Using Sliding Strips
  Make a Victorian Turning Circle
Part 4: Superbly Different Pop-ups
  Make a Noisy Robot
  Make a Snapping Sports Car
  Make a Monster from an Envelope
  Make a Story Box
  Make Pop-up Masks
  Make Enormous Pop-ups for the Stage
Giant Pop-ups for Displays
Basic Pop-up Techniques
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  • Posted September 19, 2009

    Good For Kids

    Children learn how to make really cool and fun stuff, following simple steps! Raises the Creativity level in all kids.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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