Anchor Wall Decor Template Paper Craft 3D DIY Papercraft Anchor Decor Paper Craft Sculptures DIY Paper Sculpture Printable PDF Papercraft

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Make this low poly running Anchor together - on a rainy Sunday afternoon, during the school holidays, or for her birthday party.

And once you’re done, hang it in her bedroom, showcase it for her birthday, and delight at your creative genius!

(Or if you’re an inventive adult who wants the Anchor for themselves – this one’s for you too!)

This Anchor can be assembled by 13-year-olds.

It is perfect for those ‘crafty’ Sunday afternoons when the mood is light and music is humming in the background.

■■■ HERE’S WHAT YOU DO
- - - Download & print the template (using A4 or US Letter thick paper)
- - - Read through the getting started tips
- - - Have a glance at the illustrated instructions
Then start building:
- - - Following the pattern, cut out each individual part
- - - Score and fold along the dotted lines
- - - Pair up the twin numbers to glue the pieces together
After it's finished:
- - - Hang on the wall using pins or nails, just like a picture frame
- - - Make the happy dance :)

■■■ WHAT YOU GET ONCE YOU BUY
- - - A complete digital template in PDF
- - - Step-by-step illustrated instructions
- - - Getting started & advanced tips for a flawless sculpture


■■■ NUMBER OF A4/ US LETTER SHEETS NEEDED: 30


■■■ DIMENSIONS OF THE FINISHED SCULPTURE WHEN PRINTED ON A4/US LETTER SHEETS
- - - Height: 70 cm
- - - Width: 70 cm
- - - Depth: 8 cm



■■■ HAVE QUESTIONS OR NEED HELP?
Feel free to get in touch whenever you need support, right here:

- - - Etsy convo (click the "Ask a question" button on top of this page)


FAQs

Surprisingly, yes. Those sculptures and frames may look impressive, but they are designed with *motivated* beginners in mind and have been tested by true beginners. The process of assembly has been made intuitive to relax your brain so that you won't have to figure out what step you should take next. The enclosed illustrated instructions make things even easier as they suggest where to start to glue each piece.

I would rather say adults and teens above 10, just to be safe.

■ Printer or your local print shop ■ A4 Paper (160-210 gsm) or US Letter (65 lb cover or 110 lb) ■ Cutting tool ■ Scoring tool (the dull side of a craft knife, dried out ball pen, etc.) ■ Ruler ■ White glue ■ Pin or nail

■■■ PAPER Coloured or patterned A4 (160-220 g/m²) or US Letter American friends, this kind of cardstock is fine (this is *not* an affiliate link): https://www.amazon.com/Neenah-Astrobrights-Premium-Assortment-Inches/dp/B003A2I6T2 ■■■ GLUE Quick drying white glue! (mundane quick drying wood glue, or Aileen's, or Elmer's, or Mod Podge, an so on). I wouldn't recommend: glue sticks nor transparent liquid glues. Don't worry, all these recommendations are reminded in the instructions along with extra advice on how to glue properly.

Go to your local copy store with a thumb drive. They usually have a wide range of paper colours, and if you are lucky, various weights. They will print your template for you for next to nothing. Ask 180 gsm (65 lb cover) in priority, then 160 gsm (110 lb index) if they don't have 180. (The tutorial is to be printed on regular office paper, or not to be printed at all)

In this shop, you will find PDF patterns you can turn into paper sculptures. Nothing physical will be sent to you. You can download your files directly from your Etsy account a few seconds after your purchase. Here is how you can make your own paper sculpture: - - - Download & print the template (using A4 or US Letter thick paper) - - - Read through the getting started tips - - - Have a glance at the illustrated instructions Then start building: - - - Following the pattern, cut out each individual part - - - Score and fold along the dotted lines - - - Pair up the twin numbers to glue the pieces together After it's finished: - - - Hang on the wall using pins or nails, just like a picture frame - - - Be proud and do the happy dance :)

Yes and no. You can sell a finished sculpture IF you make no profit out of it, meaning if the selling price only covers the paper you bought to build it. As for the template and the instructions, they are protected under copyright law. They are provided for the sole purpose of your personal pleasure. They are not to be shared, published, copied, sold or distributed in any way without my consent.

No, that's ok to download them multiple times. I'm just asking you not to share or publish the files though, and not to use them for profit of any kind. Don't mess with the copyright law.

Surprisingly, yes. Those sculptures and frames may look impressive, but they are designed with *motivated* beginners in mind and have been tested by true beginners. The process of assembly has been made intuitive to relax your brain so that you won't have to figure out what step you should take next. The enclosed illustrated instructions make things even easier as they suggest where to start to glue each piece.

I would rather say adults and teens above 10, just to be safe.

■ Printer or your local print shop ■ A4 Paper (160-210 gsm) or US Letter (65 lb cover or 110 lb) ■ Cutting tool ■ Scoring tool (the dull side of a craft knife, dried out ball pen, etc.) ■ Ruler ■ White glue ■ Pin or nail

■■■ PAPER Coloured or patterned A4 (160-220 g/m²) or US Letter American friends, this kind of cardstock is fine (this is *not* an affiliate link): https://www.amazon.com/Neenah-Astrobrights-Premium-Assortment-Inches/dp/B003A2I6T2 ■■■ GLUE Quick drying white glue! (mundane quick drying wood glue, or Aileen's, or Elmer's, or Mod Podge, an so on). I wouldn't recommend: glue sticks nor transparent liquid glues. Don't worry, all these recommendations are reminded in the instructions along with extra advice on how to glue properly.

Go to your local copy store with a thumb drive. They usually have a wide range of paper colours, and if you are lucky, various weights. They will print your template for you for next to nothing. Ask 180 gsm (65 lb cover) in priority, then 160 gsm (110 lb index) if they don't have 180. (The tutorial is to be printed on regular office paper, or not to be printed at all)

In this shop, you will find PDF patterns you can turn into paper sculptures. Nothing physical will be sent to you. You can download your files directly from your Etsy account a few seconds after your purchase. Here is how you can make your own paper sculpture: - - - Download & print the template (using A4 or US Letter thick paper) - - - Read through the getting started tips - - - Have a glance at the illustrated instructions Then start building: - - - Following the pattern, cut out each individual part - - - Score and fold along the dotted lines - - - Pair up the twin numbers to glue the pieces together After it's finished: - - - Hang on the wall using pins or nails, just like a picture frame - - - Be proud and do the happy dance :)

Yes and no. You can sell a finished sculpture IF you make no profit out of it, meaning if the selling price only covers the paper you bought to build it. As for the template and the instructions, they are protected under copyright law. They are provided for the sole purpose of your personal pleasure. They are not to be shared, published, copied, sold or distributed in any way without my consent.

No, that's ok to download them multiple times. I'm just asking you not to share or publish the files though, and not to use them for profit of any kind. Don't mess with the copyright law.


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