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Paper Helicopters

Paper Helicopters
Anyone can make paper airplanes, but how many people can make paper helicopters? You'll soar to new heights once you create these paper flying machines. These paper helicopters for kids are so simple and are great to do by yourself or with a group of your friends. And even if the weather doesn't allow for you to release your paper helicopters outdoors, prop up a fan and have your own indoor helicopter launch. Follow the links bel­ow to learn how to make paper helicopters: Hover Craft Helicopter You'll go up, up, and away with this paper helicopter that seems to hover. Papercopter Create a science experiment after making this paper clip helicopter. Whirly Bird Helicopter Twirl and soar through the air with these birdlike helicopters. Keep reading to learn how to make a paper helicopter float through the air. For more kids crafts using paper, check out: Related:  Paper Toys and Models

Paper Flying Disc Pull the string and watch the Paper Flying Disc whiz and spin through the air. You can design all kinds of different flying discs and have your friends help you launch them. You can fly these discs inside or outside -- anywhere they can take flight and soar through the air. What You'll Need: Blue glitter glue penSmall wooden thread spool36 inches blue crochet threadMagenta pony beadScissorsRulerCraft knifeCraft glueTracing paperPencilCardstock (optional) Note: Adult help needed.Step 1: Cut out the disc pattern and ask an adult to help you cut the straight lines with a craft knife and ruler. (Note: If you think you may want to make more than one Paper Flying Disc, ask an adult to help you make a copy of the pattern using tracing paper and cardstock.) Step 2: When the glue is dry, fold along the dotted lines so the flaps bend up a little bit. Step 3: Decorate the disc base using the glitter glue pen. Step 4: Tie the pony bead to the end of the thread. Want more cool paper craft projects?

Paper City Paris! Voilà, Paper City Paris! I’ve been working on this for a very long time now and had so much fun creating it. My kids have been watching me draw and sketch for two months, and they’re now huge fans of the city. We’ve been having a great time creating Paris adventure stories together and acting them out. If you’re in the mood to explore Paris, all of the templates are below. Update: You can also download the new miniature Travel Size Paper City Paris! Click on the templates below, then print. For more Paper City Printout Toys, click here!

3D paper diamonds Hello there. Hope you all had a great Easter! We had a lovely relaxing holiday (….well as relaxing as it gets with kids). It would have been great to have another week off ^_^ Before I forget I just want to say a big thank you for all the kind messages you have send me regarding my book (you really are a nice bunch!) I’ve been meaning to get this paper diamond up for weeks now…but it’s taken ages to figure the template out (and I’ve been having breaks between each failed attempt). It’s based on simplified version of Satoshi Kamiya’s origami diamond. These paper diamonds are tricky to make (& require a fair bit of patience) so definitely adults only! When you have made your diamonds you can attach thread and hang them up. How-to 1. 2. 3. 4. Happy Monday all! Edited to add: A few people have had problems printing the templates (the dotted lines do not print).

Trick-or-Treat Paper City Halloween Craft I’ve been so busy for the last two weeks, I haven’t had time to make many new crafts, so we printed out the Paper City style trick-or-treat scene from last year. The fall leaves were so nice in our yard today, the kids took the paper people outside to practice up on their trick-or-treat lines. So if you want a little Halloween project, feel free to print out the PDF template below. Happy October! Template: Click on the image below, then print. Click here for simple instructions on how to make a little Halloween Box Scene with your printout.

Sumo wrestling game - Toys Sumo wrestling game Recommended paper type Matte Photo Paper Page Layout Same magnification papertoys Par Charivari dans Pratique divers le 24 Novembre 2011 à 18:58 J'ai été contaminée par la mode des papertoys. Mes enfants en raffolent, on en a plein la maison. J'en donne en récompense à des CM quand je suis en remplacement, voire carrément en activité de géométrie. Pour Noël, voici ma petite sélection. Pour obtenir les patrons à télécharger, cliquer sur les images. L’invasion recommence… Allez pour ce petit retour sur Artskills : Télécharge les papertoys, monte-les et envoie les photos présentant les papertoys assemblés ou customisés à cette adresse mail. Elles seront publiées sur le blog insect-pachworks. Papertoy en téléchargement ici ou là.

Chouette The first kit of the new year is this deceivingly simple looking little owl to expand the bird-population in 3EyedBear’s universe. We all know owls are one of the wisest creatures and this one certainly will be one day too. Thing is: she’s still very young and inexperienced, but she compensates that with a passion for reading thick books while you sleep. It don’t hurt to have her posted in your bedroom since owls hunt for little scary creatures by inborn instinct. She will watch over you. (click one of the images to download Howie) Collect them all! Edit: Thank you for all the lovely blog-title suggestions in the comment-box. Now let’s send some pictures of one of the owls and share how you are taking care of them. -Darla from delicious Bakingdom created 3 Harry Potter-themed owls here for downloading. TAGS: None

Paper Photo Animals 3D These PaperCraft are for registered members only. If you want to use and enjoy these models, you will require a password. To subscribe and get your password, Please send Raspera members fee by (kpd@venus.dti.ne.jp : Keiji Kawaguchi) Raspera members fee is $30.00 USD.or here(Application by letter).Then, We'll send the Raspera password immediately! The password works for all current Rasperas and, what's more,it will work with any future Rasperas.We think membership is very valuable. We hope you join us soon.Click on the images to get close-up view of the models, or click on the names to download the models in PDF format for printing. Tools needed: cutting mat (plastic), ruler, cutting knife, paper glue, sharppointed scissors, printing paper, and Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. are mountain folds; the dot-dash lines are valley folds.

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