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Print! Cut! Fold! Glue!
     

Print! Cut! Fold! Glue!

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by J. E. Moores
 
Print! Cut! Fold! Glue! presents the bizarre world of J.E.Moores transformed into fun Paper Toys and Pop UPs for you to build, trade, and collect. Get out your scissors and glue and make these far out paper craft creations. More than 30 Paper Toys and Pop UPs by J.E.Moores from PrintCutFoldGlue.com. Patterns include: Man eating Gompers, Crazy Cars, UFOs, Magic

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Print! Cut! Fold! Glue! presents the bizarre world of J.E.Moores transformed into fun Paper Toys and Pop UPs for you to build, trade, and collect. Get out your scissors and glue and make these far out paper craft creations. More than 30 Paper Toys and Pop UPs by J.E.Moores from PrintCutFoldGlue.com. Patterns include: Man eating Gompers, Crazy Cars, UFOs, Magic Potion, Paper Action Figures, Pop UP Puppet, and Hop Hop Hermit Crab, a Game for 2-4 players to cut out and play. To make the Paper Toys found in this book you will need scissors, white glue, tape, a craft knife, and if possible, a self healing cutting pad to make using the craft knife safe and easy. Always be careful when using your sharp tools! A clothespin or two can be handy to hold parts in place while the glue dries. Watch instruction videos of Jay building his Paper Toys at: PrintCutFoldGlue.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780557354962
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
05/17/2010
Pages:
44
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.11(d)

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Print! Cut! Fold! Glue! 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jay's book is a lot of fun and filled with wacky and interesting characters to get to know and have a good time with. The projects are simple and straight forward and with the help of the videos Jay has put together, even the most uninitiated (which I am) can easily jump into the world of paper craft toys. Jay enthusiasm and humor really come across and you can feel the love he has for the imagination and creative process. Once I made a few of these characters for myself several ideas have come to me for ways that I can use these in some of my own creative endeavors. I would recommend using a regular weight paper when printing the templates out and not a heavy photo paper. The photo paper thickness made folding difficult. I also figured out several nifty ways to use masking tape, markers, popsicle sticks and other art supplies to operate and modify some of the projects I created from this book.