Intro: Minecraft in the Cupboard
Welcome, to the world of my Minecraft in the Cupboard Paper dollhouse instructable.
Tools that you will need:
1: Glue gun
4:Saw (if needed)
5: Paint (if needed)
Step 1: Find an Object to Hold Dollhouse
I bought a house recently, this was in the bathroom. I sawed off the bottom to prepare. You could leave it on and create another level, like for lava, etc...
Step 2: Backing
It didn't have a back to it, so I had some spare insulation foam from another project. I painted it black to simulate a cave. Then I attactched it to the back of the shelf.
Step 3: Print Time
I went to www.pixelpapercraft.com and printed out the blocks I wanted to use. Then I applied the ones to the floor I wanted.
Step 4: Add the Cave Enviroment
I folded some and hot glued them in. To save a little time and money I didn't fold and tiled them to the back, then fold some to create the 3d effect to the cave
Step 5: Time to Get Your Characters and Finish
Now all you need is to print out your Characters you want...I mean your kids want to play with :).
I use hot glue, but if your kids are helping, maybe safer to use stick glue.
This is a cheap easy way to have fun with your kids making something they like.
I almost spent no money.
I will say, have these printed at staples, or office max if you want a really high quality print as well as a stronger paper.
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