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Paper Shapers Kaleidocycles (Paperback)

Frankie Jones

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You'll remember making fortune teller kaleidocycles at school (and some of you may have fond memories of them from the opening credits of Community) and now the crafting craze is taking over the world once more.

This how-to book proves that the paper-folding creations are just as fun to make as they are to use and has step-by-step instructions for making everything from traditional kaleidocycles to hexaflexagons and paper globes to fortune tellers.

This book has paper projects to cut out, colour, decorate, fold and create - all in a range of geometric decorations.


Product Details

  • Product code: KALE
  • ISBN: 9781787412767
  • Publisher: Templar Publishing
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 28.2cm x 18.9cm
  • Pages: 96
  • Publish date: 03/05/2018

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Quality paper shapes -

I bought this with a young niece in mind but the quality and detail/design was much better than expected - so I got a second copy..... one to put away till she is 2 or 3 years older - and one for me to try now! Lovely book of many shapes and styles.... to occupy many pleasant hours.

irene , 16/04/2019

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Scissors and adhesives.... -

This is a great book for paper crafters, and older kids alike. If you cut, fold, and stick where you are told to, you will be able to make a lot of different fiddle-things to play with, plus small, light, paper 'globes', all made using the book's many pull-out pages. With Christmas coming near, the globes can make lovely tree baubles if you choose the right paper, and it might be a great half-term project book for age 11 and upwards. There are multiple colour printed examples, as well as black on white to colour in using pens or pencils. I am very pleased that I bought my copy, about six weeks ago - I may buy another copy to keep on one side, in case I have visiting relatives!

Ellie Bowens , 09/10/2018

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