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Easy paper card pop-up tutorials for kids – Antje von Stemm

From German paper engineer and illustrator Antje von Stemm, and hands L and R, enjoy this series of easy pop-up book tutorials for kids. Above, Stack the Boxes Up. Below, Make a Snappy Mouth, add eyes, and Make a Pop-up Spiral:

Find inspiration in work by paper engineer Peter Dahmen, these pop ups, and the incredibly beautiful paper puppetry of Sweet Fern Productions.

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