Fox paper craft

The wonderful things you can find on the Internet! I am found of paper craft and found this really cool shop assembli.nlΒ online. They have lots of different origami-type paper sculptures that you can fold and glue together. I decided to try it out and ordered The Fox!

The sculpture came really nicely packaged in a sturdy cardboard box. Inside were three large rolled up sheets of thick paper, a wooden ruler for making nice, sharp edges and a tube with a generous amount of glue.

It took about five hours to put it together, a couple of evenings of entertainment in other words. πŸ™‚

The finished fox finally on the wall! It looks a bit like a 3D-modell from a computer game. πŸ˜‰ The finished modell is 48x26x38 cm. In other words, large enough to be used instead of the creepy, old fox-trophy that you inherieted from your uncle Bucknuckle!

We hung the trophy here in the teenagers room. Nano seems a bit skeptical about the whole trophy-thing. πŸ˜‰ But she can relax, we’re going for the bear next time, over the coach in the living-room.

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Add some colour to your walls!Β 

Moving in to a new house means a lot of empty walls.. Our old pictures just don’t do the trick here. πŸ˜‰ I saw a painting on one of our trips to Poland, and decided to try to make my own (as we are on a bit of a budget). A cheap canvas from Panduro, a variety of acrylic colours (Pebeo Acryllic Medium & Panduro Acryllics Matt), and paintbrushes (mostly from IKEA) do the job well enough!

After many hours of work, the completed picture lights up the wall:

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