Free Papercraft Projects to Print and Assemble

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Feb 22, 2009 • References: thetoymaker
Marilyn Scott-Waters is a designer and illustrator. She’s put up a very fun site called The Toymaker. Here you will find a variety of folding paper toys to make yourself or for adults and children to make together.

The projects are colorful. Marilyn’s illustrations are a delight. There are paper toys, wee books, holiday cards, boxes, baskets and bags, origami, and many other transient delights. There’s even a Habitat for Humanity house to make and decorate.

This is one of the best free things I’ve come across in awhile.

Marilyn also has a book for sale on Amazon: "The Toymaker: Paper Toys That You Can Make Yourself." She’s also illustrated "Search For Vile Things: Volume One" and did the paper engineering for "Fruit " (Pop and Sniff.) Stats for Budget-Friendly DIY Toys Trending: Older & Mild
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