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Yoda Papercraft Easy (2-D)

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Instructable to make Yoda I will teach you!

This is a very simple papercraft 2-D project for all ages.  This instructable will guide you to make your own master Yoda!
 
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Step 1: Materials Needed

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Materials Needed:

Scissors
Hole Punch
White Glue
Brass Fasteners
Construction Paper
Crayons
Black Sharpie
Yoda Template

Step 2: Templates

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I have four templates on the PDF.  Two will create a small Yoda and the other Two will create a larger Yoda (which is shown in this instructable)

Of those patterns two are made for you to print out on card stock and color in the parts yourself then glue together.  Helpful for little hands who may not be able to manipulate scissors as well as older children who's fine motor skills are more developed.

The other two should be used to cut the patterns out of construction paper and create Yoda.  You could also print them out on card stock and color them in.  The beauty of these templates, you do not have to use the blocky eyes and mouth you can draw on the details of Yoda if you choose.

Step 3: Cut our your pieces

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Print out the Yoda template  and cut them out.  Lay the pattern on the paper color of your choice and cut out the shapes needed to create Master yoda.

Step 4: Put yoda together

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Take Yoda's robes and lay it out flat.  Glue along the top of the feet tab and glue them to the bottom of the robe.  On top of the robe and glue to attach the head.  You can decided how far down you want to put Yoda's head.

Step 5: Say what?

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Put glue on Yoda's ears and attach them to his head, eyeball where you would like them placed.  Typically you see Yoda with is ears on the side of his head.

Take the interior Yoda's robe and glue it on to the top part of the robe. 
mypinkrainbow5 months ago

how cute thanks for sharing a great tut !!! the awesome pattern ...luv it

wilgubeast2 years ago
Yes! I really like how you included some tips and tricks in that final step. I'd love to see more authors implement something similar.
poofrabbit (author)  wilgubeast1 year ago
Thanks I plan to edit my older instructables at some point to add more of that, I think it helps and it's a good place for me to store my own notes if I make more!
ChrysN2 years ago
Yoda looks awesome, I love it!
poofrabbit (author)  ChrysN1 year ago
Thanks for that!
tech dawg2 years ago
i completely and utterly love this.......Im a big star wars fan :D
poofrabbit (author)  tech dawg2 years ago
Awe thanks! You should make yourself a little Yoda to brighten your day :)
haha i could use one......i might upload pics :)
poofrabbit (author)  tech dawg2 years ago
That would rock!
ok