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Tektonten Papercraft - Free Papercraft, Paper Models and Paper Toys

Tektonten Papercraft - Free Papercraft, Paper Models and Paper Toys
The Pinook fighter is one of the lesser known star ships in the Star Wars Universe, and for good reason. Its one and only appearance is in the Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance video game. The Star Wars Wiki has this to say about the ship: "Compared to other star fighters in service during the time of the Galactic Civil War, the Pinook was underpowered, undergunned, poorly shielded, and inadequately armored." Ah well, still looks cool nonetheless. :) This papercraft was created by Goozi. The unlocked Pepakura PDO template may be downloaded here.

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Diorama of Pretzschendorf - 48 paper models (papercraft, cardstock models) free download Apart from Christmas pyramids, Schwibbogen (candle arches) and Räuchermann (incense smoker), the Weihnachtsberg (Christmas diorama, literally “Christmas mountain”) has had a long tradition in our region of the Erzgebirge (Ore Mountains). Mostly the Nativity of Jesus is potrayed, but also mining scenes or Christmassy villages and towns decorate the so-called “mechanical Christmas dioramas” with moving figures. Our Weihnachtsberg shows the old village of Pretzschendorf at the beginning of the last century. You can download the paper models of 48 historical buildings from Pretzschendorf and vicinity, print them out and arrange your own Weihnachtsberg.

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. Paper Hollywood Free Downloadable Movie/TV-Themed Card Models on the Web has moved to www.paperhollywood.com The new and improved site, PaperHollywood.com features all the easy-to-reference listings as the old site here, but will have new features I was unable to offer with subsite hosting, including: Easy to remember dot-com address Page design improvements Lone Ranger Frontier Town In 1948, I listened with great anticipation to The Lone Ranger radio program as the announcer, Fred Foy, said, "In celebration of the 15th year of this program you can get your very own model of the Lone Ranger Frontier Town. With this offer you can follow the adventures of The Lone Ranger and Tonto." The next day I flew on my bike to the First National grocery store. Standing in the cereal aisle I searched for the Cheerios boxes. There they were!

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. Mitsubishi FTO - Papercraft FTO Sunday, July 15, 2012. Home Dawn's FTO Steve's FTOs FTO Information 16 Awesome Star Wars Papercraft Models Some time ago I gathered a list of 100 Exceptional Free Paper Models and Toys that was quite well received by the readers of this blog. The amount and quality of paper craft models available for download is amazing. Chances are that anything that’s popular and geeky, has already been converted into a paper craft model.

Haunted Paper Toys Welcome to the toy shop! Here you'll find a variety of rather unusual paper toys, all free for you to print out and enjoy. The toys include a hearse playset, coffin gift boxes (with occupants), a little cemetery, a few dark gloomy haunted houses, several unusual board games, some horrifying monsters, and quite a few other dark delights. So pick out some toys, print out the pattern pages, and with a few common supplies like scissors and glue you're ready to create all these strange little curiosities. I hope you'll enjoy them all. 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

Erick's Paper Model Downloads Models, models, model... These are the paper models that I and others have made. They are mostly from Homeworld, but there are a couple from Homeworld 2. I am working on some more on the side, and I'll post them once I get them done. I am also looking for more models to post, and if you made a model and want it posted, drop me an e-mail and I'll be happy to put it on here. 20 Beautiful Highly Detailed Papercraft Models Most of us, at least once in our lives, have built a paper model with delight and passion. Some of those models were printed in the back of box of cereals or as a magazine insert. Colorful papercraft models are now widely available on the web, free to download and ready to be printed and assembled. wind-up paper butterflies are my fave (guest post from amelia) I had a baby so I’ve invited some fave guests to take over for me while I spend time with the little guy. Today’s post is from super crafter and cute mom, Amelia of The Homebook. Growing up, I had an aunt who lived in Canada.

Read a book: Done! (Part 2 of 2) The early Harry Potter books were only a couple hundred pages each, so I was able to stick them in my bag and read them while I waited for the shuttle. However, the later books were insanely thick, and I could no longer easily transport them. Eventually, I decided to get a Kindle.Obviously, every Kindle needs its own case.

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