Hi everyone! Here’s a non-scrapbook post about finding new ways to use your papercrafting supplies. I know during my son’s younger days we used to find books about papercrafting, origami, and some great printables for him to craft with. Now you can find so much variety online.
Papercrafting has certainly come a long way. Now, even the most intricate and colorful 3D designs are made more simple with the help of a computer and printer. What hasnâ€™t changed, though, is the fun and creativity that these designs inspire. Here are a few papercrafting designs and ideas for that one segment of the industry that really loves 3D papercrafts: gamers and kids!Â I think these are some fun ways to use your papercrafting supplies for parties.
Tetris Four-Line Clear Papertoy â€“ Almost everybody is at least familiar with the block stacking game Tetris. One of the many iterations of the classic game, 2010â€™s Tetris Party Deluxe from Nintendo, was supposed to be marketed using a papercraft Tetris toy. It was never used but the designer, Bryan of the Paper Foldables Blog, has since made the design available for download. Best of all, you can slide that long line down for a magnificent four-line clear!