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Hetalia Papercraft Dolls by sparrowhawk51 Hetalia Papercraft Dolls by sparrowhawk51
So, I've recently got hooked on making paper dolls. These 4 are Hetalia ones, the patterns for which I found over on livejournal, here: [link]

Even though my printer is running out of ink, I don't think I'll be stopping any time soon :D Next on my list are Lau and William (plus several others) from Kuroshitsuji, and Kanda and Allen from D.Gray-Man. I'm also going to try my hand at making a few of my own patterns, namely a Lavi and a Komui xD


From left to right: America, France, Germany and England
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LuddyFeli Jun 3, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
how exactly do you fold these? D: ive been looking at the templates and such but i just cant figure it out...
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If you think of the templates as shapes that are joined together, you fold along the lines where the shapes join. It's kind of hard to explain properly, but after a while it becomes more obvious where to fold.

It might also help to print one off and have a go at folding once you've cut it out. I messed up my first few pretty badly, so you can only get better xD
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LuddyFeli Jun 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks :3
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hp931 Sep 20, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I must ask, where do you find patterns for theese? Thank you! And germany is super adorable!
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narutowebby Apr 12, 2011  Student General Artist
aw soo kawaii
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SuperDanzers Dec 14, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
do u use regular printer paper?
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:iconsparrowhawk51:
I did, yes. But you can use any sort of paper really. A friend of mine printed them on stiff paper/flimsy card because she wanted hers to last longer, and they still worked ^^
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SuperDanzers Dec 19, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks so much, i wanted to know so i could make a bunch of my own~ ^^
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:iconanimiekitty6:
CUTE>_<!!!!
oh and thanks for the link! i was looking for it everywhere :)
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:iconsparrowhawk51:
You're welcome ^^ And have fun making your own! They're so much fun xD
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