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ROMMY "No.02" Paper craft model One A4 size sheet ROMMY series Assembly Instructions One A4 size sheet ROMMY "No.02" Paper craft model One Letter size sheet ROMMY series Assembly Instructions One Letter size sheet ROMMY "Panda Mood" Paper craft model One A4 size sheet One Letter size sheet ROMMY "Small House" Paper craft model ROMMY "Minelion" Paper craft model ROMMY "Shishimai" Paper craft model ROMMY "Emerald Eyes" Paper craft model ROMMY "Rommix" Paper craft model ROMMY "Devilio" Paper craft model ROMMY "Cabinet" Paper craft model ROMMY "Mint Tiger" Paper craft model ROMMY "Candy Stripe" Paper craft model ROMMY "Shaggy Boy" Paper craft model ROMMY "Stuffed Panda" Paper craft model ROMMY "Hippopotist" Paper craft model ROMMY "Hyper R" Paper craft model ROMMY "Flat Red" Paper craft model ROMMY "Octopus" Paper craft model ROMMY "Sloth" Paper craft model ROMMY "Inoshikacho" Paper craft model ROMMY "Cherry Moo" Paper craft model ROMMY "Marble" Paper craft model ROMMY "Halahettadon" Paper craft model

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Papercraft Once you download the file, you will need to open the following files with a different program which are all free to download:.pdf files are opened with Adobe Reader 9.pdo files are opened with Pepakura Viewer.zip and .rar files are opened with WinRAR. If a .pdo file asks you for a password, it usually means you have downloaded Pepakura Designer and not Pepakura Viewer, so make sure to get the viewer instead. Here’s a little demonstration on using Pepakura Viewer 3.

The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection : Free Audio LibriVox recording of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. Read by John Greenman. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (published 1876) is a very well-known and popular story concerning American youth. Mark Twain's lively tale of the scrapes and adventures of boyhood is set in St. Petersburg, Missouri, where Tom Sawyer and his friend Huckleberry Finn have the kinds of adventures many boys can imagine: racing bugs during class, impressing girls, with fights and stunts in the schoolyard, getting... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 17 reviews ) Topics: librivox, audiobook, literature Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text Librivox recording of the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

paper architecture exhibition in paris oct 14, 2012 paper architecture exhibition in paris ‘slicetow, module 1′, 2010 by mathilde nivet image © zoe guilbert cite de l’architecture & heritage in paris, france, has organized an exhibition at le palais de chaillot, entitled ‘paper architecture’ featuring designs by ingrid siliakus, beatrice coron, stephanie beck, mathilde nivet and peter callesen. the collection of work looks at iconic buildings and the creation of imaginary cities made of the thin sheets. during the presentation children will learn the techniques used in the art of folding and etching to realize the models.

Papercrft Tokyo, Japan - If you’re a fan of the Star Wars series (or at least the first 3 films), and you’ve got an extra 41 hours on your hands, then have we got a project for you young jedi.This beautifully designed replica of an AT-AT was found in Japan by artist Shunichi Makino and is created entirely out of paper. It consists of 6 downloadable pdf files. Each is extremely detailed and scaled perfectly. DIY "Moleskine" Ereader cover For the base of my e-reader cover, I decided to use the shell of a hardback book. You could use a hardback book from a thrift store or some thick non-corrugated paperboard or other such material that will be durable and won't bend easily. I got my "base" book - 39 Clues - from a closing Borders store for next to nothing. The first thing you need to do is remove the pages *without* damaging the spine or ripping the book apart. I just used a box cutter to cut out the "guts" of the book. On the inside cover of the book, look for the seam in the crease where the inner paper lining the book has been glued to the front cover.

Boxpunx Welcome to the Harlancore papertoy site . Here you will find for download the various designs I have created as well as blank templates for you to use and abuse as you see fit.. Feel free to add, subtract, embelish, shrink, enlarge or whatever any element in any way you think is clever. Have fun! Presenting Boxpunx Series NINE: IMPS (Imaginary Monster Papercraft) , an all-new shape, completely glueless and tongueless! 3EB Custom Design « 3EyedBear Last months seemed to have been very quiet? Au contraire, but a lot of stuff got prioritized over posting, that’s all. Headquarters moved to a new place on the other side of town (A place that got to be build first) and to another server in cyberspace. We still are looking in boxes for stuff we lost during the move a few weeks ago and get confronted with little bugs, but we feel confident to pick up things where we left them, to begin with some custom designs.

DIY Kindle Cover This instructable flows out of Rayeath's very helpful nook cover instructable with some (hopefully) helpful changes. How to convert a hardback book into a Kindle cover with a strap: What you will need: 1) A book you don't mind chopping up; this book must be at least 7.5" tall, 5" wide, and 1 cm thick (though a little thicker might be better) 2) Two sheets of craft felt which are larger than the books covers by approximately 2 inches on all sides 3) Hot glue gun & glue sticks 4) Up to 3' of 1/2" braided elastic 5) Stiff paperboard; Rayeath recommends a cereal box, I used the covers of an old composition notebook 6) Scissors 7) X-acto knife 8) Paperclip 9) Ruler 10) Sharpie I spent less than $10 on this whole project, including the book, which I found for 99 cents at Goodwill. It took me about two hours, but this is my first attempt, as well as my first instructable, so a more competent crafter could move more quickly, I imagine.

GCISD Aspire Academy The Grapevine-Colleyville ASPIRE Academy serves highly gifted students in grades 1-5 and is designed to meet the academic and affective needs of exceptional students within the GCISD gifted population. In order to be eligible for the Academy, students must be identified as a GT student and have a qualifying aptitude score of 140 or above in any one area. Additional assessments may be administered at the local campus level as necessary. Qualified applicants may be required to submit a portfolio and sit for an interview with the selection panel. Parents are invited to nominate their child by completing the ASPIRE Academy application. GT implemented a variety of major program updates for the 2013-2014 school year. Grumm Meet Grumm, a moody piece of paper… When I started writing about urban papercraft, I got inspired by Brickboy and Spiky Baby (and recently added to this list: e440): I wanted to create my own figure. And so I did! Grumm evolved in time, which is documented in a couple of post. To give some highlights of the process: the beginning, prototype pictures, near completion and my first Grumm design Grumm the screamer red. (read everything)

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