Cat in Box (Papercraft)



Introduction: Cat in Box (Papercraft)

About: Woman♀️ Born in 1992🧸 From Netherland🇳🇱 | Things I ❤ the most are cats and all stuff with cats on it (Even more ❤ for our own six cats of course) I really much 😻 leopardprint things, my top3 favorite colors ar…

If you don't have a own printer
at your home or if you (like me) are unable to print something,


- Paper (Or thin karton)
- Ruler
- Pencil + Eraser
- Scissor (Or knife)
- Example page(s)

Step 1: Drawing the Pieces!

- This papercraft is original from:
(Picture = Example from what I used/make)

- Instead normally and simply print out this page(s), you now drawing it

Step 2: Give It Color and Cutting It!

TIP: If you go paint all your pieces then it's better (and much easier) to do this before you start with cutting these out!

- Self I paint it with just my simple coloring pencils

- I used my scissor for cutting all pieces, I did use just normal white paper pages (A4's)

Step 3: The Last Step: Assembling!

The last step is to assembling your papercraft, of course it where a lot of work too made all by yourself instead printing, much more time and much more work!

TIP: STAY CALM AND FOCUSED because you have only one try to doing it right and make it perfect!

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    Elaina M
    Elaina M

    2 years ago

    Looks cool and thanks for sharing. I don't have a printer either right now - and would love to hear more about the process you used to make this ?


    Reply 2 years ago

    Thanks! And you're welcome!

    It's pretty simple:

    1. First look around on the internet for an craft or thing that you wanna make (better is an clearly example like mine, something simple so you can draw it as a copy)
    2. If you found something then you can start with drawing the basics lines of it on paper or carton
    3. (This step is only if you want use colors) When finished with drawing the basics you can start now with adding some colors, with pencils (like I did), fine-liners etc.
    4. Then it's time to go cut it out (with a scissor or knife)
    5. For the last step it's easier and better when you know how exactly it must be build, if everything did going correct then is your craft done!

    Hopefully this will helps you further now! If you still need some more help, tell me! (: