Take your time; papercrafts are supposed to be fun and enjoyable. You’ll also get a better-looking craft that you can be proud of.
Keep your hands clean. Sweat, oil, glue, and other miscellaneous liquids can be absorbed by the paper, causing eventual discoloration, erosion, or a poorly constructed model.
Check off the instructions as you complete them so you can always know where you left off. Don’t cross or scribble out instructions or images; you may need to refer back to them if something goes wrong.
Embellishments can enhance any paper model or craft. There are endless tools and items that you can use; here are just a few.
Glue keeps your paper models and crafts together. Without them, they’d sag and fall apart.
Folds give paper models and crafts their form. They can transform flat shapes into cubes, cones, and spheres.
Cutting is important for any paper model or craft. Good cuts make parts fit together better, and make the final craft look good.
Proper paper and printing options are important for a good-looking paper model or craft.