Step 2: Supplies:
2) Printed or hand drawn template;
3) Tape (to secure template);
4) A sharp X-acto Blade and handle;
5) Cutting mat; (or another sheet of cardboard to cut on);
6) Elmer's non-toxic glue
The basic concept behind this toy is to create a 3-dimension form by juxtaposing (2), 2-dimensional planes on to one another.
Or in classic 'breakfast cereal box' language: by inserting "slot-A into slot-B".
These toys can be made in any form you can conjure up! But for the purposes of this instructable, we will be using the 'mouse' cat toy template (available in the following link in step 7).