This is a story about how to craft a papermaker’s favorite craft on YouTube.
It was also a story of an old friend who had been on the cutting edge of papermaking technology.
The first step in making a papercraft is to decide on the materials you want to use.
The materials you use for the final product will depend on the size and shape of your design.
I used a 3-D printer to make a small, foldable, papercraft that I’m calling the Mambo Papercraft.
In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through the steps of making this papercraft.
The next step is to cut and glue the papercraft to a sturdy, durable wood frame.
Here are the materials that I used for the Mambas papercraft:A 3-d printer that I bought from Amazon for $14.95.
It prints paper quickly.
It’s perfect for printing simple patterns on paper.
I used this one for this project.
A sheet of 100g paper.
You can buy paper from most grocery stores.
The Amazon one I used was $1.99, but I found it at Walmart for $1 less.
(Amazon’s website has a different price, but this one is the one I went with.)
You need to find a place to store the paper.
You can use the shelf that comes with the 3-axis lathe.
It will make a nice, sturdy frame.
You’ll also need to print the design you want onto the paper with the printer.
(I printed this on 100g of paper.)
The first thing you need to do is lay the frame out on the table.
(This is how you lay out your design for the paper.)
You can print the Mamba Papercraft onto 100g or any other weight that fits the lathe’s frame.
Here’s what the frame looks like after you print it.
The paper has to fit on the frame correctly.
The top side of the Mombas paper has a hole that can be punched in place.
The bottom side has a line to mark where you’ll cut the Mumbo.
The middle part of the frame is just a small piece of wood that holds the Mumba together.
To glue the Mummas paper to the wood frame, I cut out two pieces of cardboard.
The first piece is to hold the Mango on the back.
The second piece is a small sheet of paper that you cut out of paper.
The paper that I printed onto the cardboard was a little bit of a pain, so I just used a ruler to cut out the paper on the spot where I wanted to cut the hole.
I then glued it onto the frame.
I made the holes in the paper, but the hole was still pretty small so I taped it shut with a few pieces of masking tape.
Then I used my glue gun to glue the cardboard pieces to the frame and the paper to wood frame using a little glue stick.
You need to use a sturdy glue stick to hold onto the Mummy paper.
This was the final result.
It fit on my Momba papercraft perfectly!
The Mamba papercraft has a small hole on the top that can easily be punched.
You might want to print out the MUMBO on a blank piece of paper and then glue the piece to it.
I’m not sure why this is so easy, but it was the first time I was able to do it.
The frame can be used to frame more papercrafts, but for now, you can just use the paper and glue it to the Mummies paper.
Here are some other great tutorials for papermaking.
If you want more printable papermaking inspiration, you should check out my printable design and papermaking book, Papercrafts Illustrated.