Everyone likes pop-ups — and they love super pop-ups! These dynamic designs take the charming element of surprise a step farther, with patterns that slide, turn, spring, and snap. More than 30 projects include a dragon that turns into a bird, an albatross, a robot, a catcher's mask, skys... read more
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Everyone likes pop-ups — and they love super pop-ups! These dynamic designs take the charming element of surprise a step farther, with patterns that slide, turn, spring, and snap. More than 30 projects include a dragon that turns into a bird, an albatross, a robot, a catcher's mask, skyscrapers, a castle, and other enchanting models. The easy-to-follow directions explain how to transform greeting cards, school assignments, and birthday gifts from two dimensions to three with just a little glue and tape. More than 475 illustrations appear with simple instructions for double cutting, attaching bases and sliding strips, and other practical methods. Great for kids ages 8 and up, these techniques can also be used to create more sophisticated patterns, including stage props and centerpieces. Children, parents, teachers, and paper crafters of all ages will adore this treasury of imaginative and fun-filled projects.
Reprint of the William Morrow & Co., New York, 1992 edition.
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