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Alright now to explain the important parts! (going by the numbers or letters or arrows)
Ill start with the body - Which by the way is actually smaller than it looks and a bit of a pain to put together, you made need some tweezers to help when gluing!A
- you need to fold on all 8 of these dotted line - It does not matter if the gluing tab is folded - Once glued all together just fold them in to give it a bit more detail like in the completed papercraft.
you just glue together which i recommend gluing to the head in the middle (underneath) as seen in the completed papercraft.
is actually part of her dress, you glue it to the sides and the back of her body NOT THE FRONT
. You can even crease the sides a little bit to make it look better but that is optional.Where to glue it?
You need to glue it approximately inline with the dotted lines in the middle that go all the way around.The Hair
Pieces 1,2 and 3 are all glued together, like a sandwich...okay bad analogy
on the front2
in the middle
on the back
Piece 2 and 3 by accident are just a tiny bit to big but this shouldn't be a problem
Where the arrows are pointing, when glueing you just need to crease those corners over a little it will not affect you much at all3
for this one (the spiky looking one) you need to fold over all the spikes so they sit on the top of her head. Once again like in the picture of the completed papercraft : D
I think that is about it, if you have any questions ask me, I won't bite....hard... just kidding I won't haha. I've made this myself so i know that this might be a little hard, mainly the body because i didnt realise how small it would be.
Excuse all the different words and stuff, some were written in different programs and the arrows i just whacked on with the mouse pad
Enjoy! : DIMPORTANTIMPORTANTIMPORTANTIMPORTANT
If you have the program paint, it is best to open this papercraft in that (paint) and print it off from there.
Elsa (c) Disney