Step 2: Materials and Tools

Again, there's only four kinds of tools that you really need to use in order to create papercrafts.

Scissors (preferably Barber's brand), Tweezers (the thin 45 degree angled ones work well), Glue (Aleene's Tacky Glue) and Human Blood!  

OK, so maybe that last one is optional but blood never really bothered me.  In fact, I think it gives my project a distinctive "Look what I made with my blood and tears in the last 20 minutes!"  

Also Cardstock Paper, 110 lb.
Hey, I think I know that guy in your intro image!
Yes, every great nation needs a fantastic leader! Until then, they'll obey you.
You could photo-shop some well-known faces onto the templates...<br> <br> <sup><sub>(I think I (sort of) <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/%22Heed_s-the-Box%22---a-model-man-you-can-fit-inside-/" rel="nofollow">beat you to this by a few years</a>, though...)</sub></sup>
Haha Heed's Back! I love that guy, great at parties :D

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