June 8, 2016
All this high-quality remanufactured ink can be put to good (and fun!) use with these free printable papercraft projects. We scoured the web for some really neat printables for all kinds of tastes and skill levels. Some of the sites are in languages other than English, because papercraft is a worldwide phenomenon of fun, but don’t worry: just cut on the solid lines and fold on the dotted ones. Grab some recycled inkjet paper, a pair of scissors, some glue and get to it!
Made in Paperland has some great little creatures and critters you can download and print. The site is in Russian, but the printables are fairly striaightforward.
This cool little castle is from a French site called Hugo le Escargot (Hugo the snail). It’s a little complex— there are seven total pages to the printable! But there are also six pages of detailed instructions and it will make a really cool build for someone in to Medieval stuff.
These super-cute Rilakkuma papercraft projects are courtesy of Hawaii Kawaii. It’s a little bit tricky to get the head shapes to look round, but just finesse it a bit and you’ll have an adorable French bear pal of your own.
If you’re doing a DIY wedding, Lia Griffith has an amazing, gorgeous papercraft bouquet you can make. It’s not as hard as it looks, but it will take some time.
Even though these are not printable papercraft projects, we’re including them because they’re AMAZING.
See more of the amazing work or Richard Wong here.
If you enjoyed the beginner-level projects, let your imagination run free and try to design something on your own.