March 7, 2014

Tardis Paper Art

My husband has been inviting me and my kids to watch with him the early series of Dr. Who DVDs that he borrowed from the library. All of a sudden the kids has been crazy about it. They expressed that they want to be Time lords!

 

It's getting crazy in our household, alright. Smiles. Little G finished this Tardis papermodel yesterday. I helped him cut the tiny details on the roof but overall, he was participating on this cool project. He was able to glue the sides and flaps.
 

He is so careful in handling his Tardis. Good job Little G!

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42 comments:

  1. Very nice Tardis paper fold he did, it's Police hall. He can do other models as well in the future.

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  2. Nice creation Mr. G. This is something that my daughter would love doing.

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  3. This is a nice model of the police box and a really creative way to learn too.

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  4. This is such a cute idea for Dr. Who fans. There are so many things that could be done with this.

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  5. I go in the library but I never borrowed DVD's movie yet. Thanks for sharing I have to check it in my area and what movies they offer for the kids.

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  6. Is that from a tv show? It's really cute, where ever it is from. Simple to make, too, which is always nice.

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    1. @Masshole Mommy, yes, it's from a t.v. show :)

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  7. Mr. G did a great job with his creation. Very educational too!

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  8. How sweet Little G looks holding his Tardis papermodel. He looks like he is afraid he might crush it. So cute!!

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  9. How fun are these! I can see my children having a blast with this

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  10. Oh I love these! Where did you get them? Or did you make them yourself?

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    1. @Ronnie E. This is from a free printable :)

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  11. That's a great creation! I am not very familiar with this

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  12. SQUEAL! OK seriously I did just squeal like a teen-aged girl! I am a bit obsessed with Doctor Who! I mean, like seriously; yes, we watch the original too. Although the 10th is still my favorite Doctor! OH I love this craft. My kids will freak out when I show them!

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    1. Weeee! I'm glad you and your kids are Dr. Who fans too! I printed this free printable here.

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  13. What a cute little project. We definitely need to get a library card for our local library.

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  14. Awe, it looks like a lot of fun! My kids would love this!

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  15. I am loving these paper crafts! They are such a great way to be creative with a little guidance.

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  16. We are Whovians!!! Love that show. My kids love all of the episodes and I do too. Thanks to Netflix we can even watch the original ones. :D

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  17. My niece is totally into Dr. Who but we haven't gotten into it yet. In due time... :) I bet she would enjoy making a tardis of her own.

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  18. Those are amazing - I have Tardis' all around my flat - I'm a big whovian :) x

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  19. Those are so cute, I have never seen Dr. Who but I bet my son would love this. I will have my husband watch it as he usually watches more television than I do, he can see if it is okay for our youngest.

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  20. These are so fun and cute! My kids would enjoy making them, and so will I

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  21. SO cute!! I bet that he loved putting these together
    Tiffany :)

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  22. Those are so cute - it's been awhile since I saw paper arts. :)

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  23. My coworker would love these!! So creative.

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  24. I know a fellow blogger that would love this. It's so cute.

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  25. Really adorable and so hands on. Something like this is what kids remember forever. I know I remember these type of projects from when I was a child ( many, many moons ago).

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  26. That looks great! What weight paper is that you used?

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    1. @valmg We used cardstock in printing it :) It's sturdy than the ordinary bond paper.

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  27. That is just way cool! I have to pass this on to my cousin, he's a massive Dr. Who fan and he has a little boy who would love to make these.

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  28. Dude, I want a little Tardis paper art! So cool :D

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  29. That is really cool! I have a friend who blogs who actually made a real Tardis shed in her backyard. I have yet to get into Dr Who but I do know a few fanatics. :)

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    1. @Amanda Love Tardis in the backyard? That is super cooool! :D

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  30. He is such a cutie pie. I love paper crafts. There's so much we can do and make with a printer and paper.

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  31. That is cool especially for a Dr. Who fan like me I want to play.

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  32. These are so cute and fun to play with. I know my daughter would have a blast with this art!

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  33. Too cute!! I started watching Dr. Who a few weeks ago on Netflix and I love it!

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  34. This is really cool! Do you happen to have a link to where we can print this picture out? I would love to try making this with my son

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  35. This is great. Fans of Dr. Who love doing things like this. I have a friend who is a huge fan she is going to be stoked when I show her.

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  36. I have never heard of Dr. Who however I will give it a try. I also love the crafts you made with your kids, they are so cute.

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  37. This looks like a lot of fun! I loved doing crafts with my girls when they were little.

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