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The leading Paper Crafts websites from Springo.com, ranked based on their popularity among Internet users.
Free origami paper folding instructions for a large variety of decorative items - Boxes, animals, airplanes, flowers, and more.
Related categories: Paper Crafts, Arts and Crafts for Kids
2. Robert Sabuda
Official web site of children's book author, illustrator and pop-up book maker. Includes free paper pop-up tutorials.
3. The Toy Maker
Marilyn Scott-Waters is a children's book illustrator and author. Her website provides a beautiful variety of free paper toys, holiday cards, valentines, sun boxes, baskets and bags, origami and ephemera for kids to print, cut out and make.
4. Paper Foldables
An original collection of free, original paper toys to print out, cut and fold.
5. Origami ResourceCenter
Provides information about the art of Japanese paper folding, links to free diagrams and instructions, databases, book reviews, and more.
Related categories: Paper Crafts
6. Canon Creative Park
Canon Inc. provides a wealth of free download materials on this site, such as a picture gallery, plenty of paper crafts and scrapbook designs.
Related categories: Paper Crafts, Scrapbooking, Stock Photography
7. Origami Club
Free origami (Japanese traditional paper folding) projects and animated tutorials in a variety of themes and difficulty levels.
8. Papier Mache Resource
A large papier mache portal with project tutorials, articles, books, forums and galleries of papier mache enthusiasts across the world.
A collection of free cardboard furniture for adults to make for kids. The site offers downloadable patterns and instructions designed by Swiss-based architect Nicola Enrico Stäubli.
10. Gourmet Paper Mache
The paper mache website of Dan Reeder, the famous artist of paper mache monsters. The site includes video tutorials, picture galleries, books and a blog.
11. Peter Callesen
The website of the amazing paper artist Peter Callesen. Peter's work includes delicate, complex paper cut outs, foldings, and other paper techniques.
Handicraft, Pottery and Ceramics, Needlework, Woodwork, Jewelry and Beadwork, Scrapbooking