suitable for ages 8 and up
A paper toy by Thomas Hamlyn-Harris
The Vendor by Thomas Hamlyn-Harris 2009 All rights reserved www.inavatof.com
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1. If printed on thick paper you may need to score the fold lines. 2. Cut out all the objects. Be sure to cut the line at the base of the toy (just above the fold line) and the 2 cut lines that start at each side of the face (look for the ). 3. Pre-fold all of the tabs and folds to make it easier to glue together. 4. Starting at 1 glue the tabs, working around the toy until you get to tabs 5 & 6 .
5. Glue tabs 5 & 6 to secure the base. Do not glue tabs 7 & 8 just yet. 6. Push the feet through the toy (above the base). They should slide through and push out the front slit at the base of the toy. If you have difficulty you may need to make this slit a fraction wider. 7. Glue tabs 7 & 8 and fold under so the feet can be seen at the base of the toy. 8. Glue the inside of the hands and fold in half lengthways. Fold back slightly (valley fold) at the wrists and insert the hands into the slits at the wrists on the body. It is easier to glue the font and back of the hands together before cutting in the details.
www.inavatof.com The Vendor by Thomas Hamlyn-Harris 2009. The character design, instructions, logo and all design elements are protected by copyright. Left: photo by Greg Harm For personal and educational use only. All rights reserved.
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The Vendor is a fold up paper toy by Thomas Hamlyn-Harris for you to download and create.