Tag Archives: paper crafts

DIY Papercraft Models from Polimind

DIY Papercraft Models from Polimind

When Polimind reached out to let us know about its new papercraft projects they’re raising funds for on Indiegogo, I knew I’d found some great rainy-day hands-on projects that my boys and I could do together. Read More

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Papercraft Wizards & Cardboard Warriors… Plus a Free Download Code

Papercraft Wizards & Cardboard Warriors… Plus a Free Download Code

As I’ve continued to search for new and inexpensive papercraft methods to make minis and terrain, I’ve discovered a number of websites and comrades-in-arms who also enjoy papercraft with their gaming, and I’d like to share some of these resources with you below — many of these folks are geek parents, so I’ve also asked a few of them for a little background on their hobbies and their kids. Read More

Stack Overflow: Arts & Crafts

Stack Overflow: Arts & Crafts

Today’s Stack Overflow is all about arts and crafts: coloring books, dot-to-dot books, and other fun activities. Over the past few months I’ve gotten a flood of coloring books, many of them designed for adults. If you’ve visited a bookstore or even an art supplies store lately, you’ve probably seen them: mandalas, cityscapes, animals, and… Read More

Kickstarter Project: Incredible Old-School Paper Automatons

Kickstarter Project: Incredible Old-School Paper Automatons

If you’ve never tried your hand at building a paper automaton, let me point you to a great Kickstarter project with two amazing designs. I’m having trouble deciding which one to back. The designer is Geoff Rayner, and his company, Bag of Badgers, LTD, has put together a great little Kickstarter that is offering up parents two great projects for a family night or two. The best part is that the projects require no glue… and everything you need to build them is included in the boxes. Read More