Aug 22 2012

Cubeecraft of Cinderella

Disney has had a huge market in the Princess Department. I know I cater to it often because I love the whole princess theme. I remember watching the films as a child and it just brings back memories. So in a nostalgic moment I created a Cinderella cubeecraft. A paper toy that is fun to create and fun to play with. 😀 She is dressed for the ball and ready to dance. 😀


Part 1
Part 2

There are two dresses that you can use in this cubeecraft. One is short to show off her shoes and one is a long flowing dress…Your pick.

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This cubeecraft is free to download, however, I will accept donations. These projects take a long time to create and any amount is much appreciated!


Amount you wish to Donate




To Build the Cubeecraft:

Materials needed:
Printer
Card stock
scissors
x-acto knife

To make:
BODY
1. Cut out each item along the outer black lines.
2. Cut along the white on each tab using the x-acto knife including in either side of the face
3. Cut along each red line using the x-acto knife
4. Fold along each inner solid black line and slide each tab into the slots you created with an x-acto knife to form a cube of the head, body, arms, and feet
5. Slide the arms through the red slots on either side of the body.
6. Slide the feet through the red slots at the base of the body.
7. Slide the now completed body through the red lots of the head.
8. slide the hair through the slots on either side of the face

The Cubeecraft is now complete. Use the image above for an example of how it should look when completed if you are having any troubles.

To download the template click the links below the image and save them to your computer.

Aug 21 2012

Cubeecraft of an AT-AT Driver from the movie Star Wars Empire Strikes Back

It would not be me to skip making a cubeecraft from one of my favorite movies of all time. To skip Star Wars would be cruel to my love. Not only did I need a Star Wars cubee, but it had to be one of my favorite troopers. While there are many choices through the Star Wars movies, my choice comes from Empire Strikes Back, arguably the best film of them all.


Part 1
Part 2

The AT-AT Driver does not have a very long scene on the Planet Hoth, but is an intricate part in the fall of the Rebel Base. Without them driving the All-Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT) it would have been left to the ground troops and the tiny AT-STs.

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This cubeecraft is free to download, however, I will accept donations. These projects take a long time to create and any amount is much appreciated!


Amount you wish to Donate




To Build the Cubeecraft:

Materials needed:
Printer
Card stock
scissors
x-acto knife

To make:
BODY
1. Cut out each item along the outer black lines.
2. Cut along the white on each tab using the x-acto knife
3. Cut along each red line using the x-acto knife
4. Fold along each inner solid black line and slide each tab into the slots you created with an x-acto knife to form a cube of the head, body, arms, feet, and hose connectors for the back of the head
5. Slide the arms through the red slots on either side of the body.
6. Slide the feet through the red slots at the base of the body.
7. Slide the now completed body through the red lots of the head.
8. Slide the hose connectors through the back of the head
9. Slide the hoses to the front of the body and through the back of the head
10. Attach the mohawk to the top through the slot you cut

The Cubeecraft is now complete. Use the image above for an example of how it should look when completed if you are having any troubles.

To download the template click the links below the image and save them to your computer.

This cubeecraft requires a little more work than most. It has the two cylinders for the back, Hoses that hook to the front plate (They slide through a slot) and a top head-piece to give it that AT-AT Driver feel. So be prepared for a slightly higher level of difficulty 😀

Aug 20 2012

A Cubeecraft of Jeff Dunham’s Famous Purple Puppet Named Peanut

“Je fa fa Dun Ham dot Com” I bet you read that in the voice of Peanut. And who wouldn’t? This purple lovable character is the one I look forward to most and is usually brought out last (along with jalapeno on a stick). The voice of Peanut is very skillfully done by Jeff Dunham (he is a ventriloquist after all), who really gives the puppet character and the feeling of realism. You almost believe that even Jeff thinks his puppets are real. 😀 Or he really enjoys playing with dolls.


Peanut 1
Peanut 2

In honor of my favorite puppet, Peanut, I thought it would be fitting to have a cubeecraft of him. Now you can put this toy together and pretend that you are a ventriloquist. Or just have him sitting on your desk for decor or nostalgic purposes…As if that would happen. It is almost guaranteed that someone will pick him up and start playing with him, quoting some phrase that they had heard Peanut say. I dare say even you would find it hard to leave him alone.

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This cubeecraft is free to download, however, I will accept donations. These projects take a long time to create and any amount is much appreciated!


Amount you wish to Donate




To Build the Cubeecraft:

Materials needed:
Printer
Card stock
scissors
x-acto knife

To make:
BODY
1. Cut out each item along the outer black lines.
2. Cut along the white on each tab using the x-acto knife
3. Cut along each red line using the x-acto knife
4. Fold along each inner solid black line and slide each tab into the slots you created with an x-acto knife to form a cube of the head, body, arms, and feet
5. Slide the arms through the red slots on either side of the body.
6. Slide the feet through the red slots at the base of the body.
7. Slide the now completed body through the red lots of the head.

The Cubeecraft is now complete. Use the image above for an example of how it should look when completed if you are having any troubles.

To download the template click the links below the image and save them to your computer.

Aug 17 2012

Cubeecraft of Korra from Avatar The Legend of Korra

Finally, in the Legend of Korra cubeecraft series, Avatar Korra has been added to the group. This hot-headed teenager is from the Southern Water Tribe and is the next Avater after Avatar Aang.


Korra 1
Korra 2

Korra has mastered Water, fire and earth bending. She lives in Republic City learning Airbending from Tenzin, the son of Avatar Aang. Although airbending has been a little difficult for her to learn, she is a very gifted bender, which she has often proved in the pro-bending ring or against Amon. Korra has a tough, sarcastic and fierce attitude. She is also very loyal to her family and friends.

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This cubeecraft is free to download, however, I will accept donations. These projects take a long time to create and any amount is much appreciated!


Amount you wish to Donate




To Build the Cubeecraft:

Materials needed:
Printer
Card stock
scissors
x-acto knife

To make:
BODY
1. Cut out each item along the outer black lines.
2. Cut along the white on each tab using the x-acto knife, including the white lines on wither side of the face
3. Cut along each red line using the x-acto knife
4. Fold along each inner solid black line and slide each tab into the slots you created with an x-acto knife to form a cube of the head, body, arms, and feet
5. Slide the arms through the red slots on either side of the body.
6. Slide the feet through the red slots at the base of the body.
7. Slide the now completed body through the red lots of the head.
8. Slide the tabs from the hair into the slots on the face

The Cubeecraft is now complete. Use the image above for an example of how it should look when completed if you are having any troubles.

To download the template click the links below the image and save them to your computer.

Aug 13 2012

Cubeecraft of Jinora from The Legend of Korra

Jinora, a very quiet girl and avid reader, is the eldest child of Tenzin and Pema, and granddaughter to Avatar Aang and Katara. She lives on Air Temple Island with her family. Although she is quiet and less rambunctious than her brothers and sisters, she is by no means weaker. She shows great skills in airbending by displaying a variety of different moves throughout the TV series.



Jinora 1
Jinora 2

Jinora is the Third cubeecraft I have created regarding The Legend of Korra. You can find the cubeecraft of Meelo here or Ikki here

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This cubeecraft is free to download, however, I will accept donations. These projects take a long time to create and any amount is much appreciated!


Amount you wish to Donate




To Build the Cubeecraft:

Materials needed:
Printer
Card stock
scissors
x-acto knife

To make:
BODY
1. Cut out each item along the outer black lines.
2. Cut along the white on each tab using the x-acto knife (including the ones on either side of the face)
3. Cut along each red line using the x-acto knife
4. Fold along each inner solid black line and slide each tab into the slots you created with an x-acto knife to form a cube of the head, body, arms, and feet
5. Slide the arms through the red slots on either side of the body.
6. Slide the feet through the red slots at the base of the body.
7. Slide the now completed body through the red lots of the head.
8. slide the tabs of the hair through the slots created on either side of the face

The Cubeecraft is now complete. Use the image above for an example of how it should look when completed if you are having any troubles.

To download the cubeecraft, Click on the links below the picture.

Aug 10 2012

Cubeecraft of Ikki from The Legend of Korra

Ikki, a very talkative airbender, is the youngest daughter of Tenzin and Pema, and granddaughter to Avatar Aang and Katara. She lives on Air Temple Island with her family. She is very proficient in airbending. Ikki’s curiosity and Energy make her very hyperactive. Her active imagination often results in a ton of questions.



Ikki 1
Ikki 2

Ikki is the second cubeecraft I have created regarding The Legend of Korra.
You can find the cubeecraft of Meelo here.

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This cubeecraft is free to download, however, I will accept donations. These projects take a long time to create and any amount is much appreciated!


Amount you wish to Donate




To Build the Cubeecraft:

Materials needed:
Printer
Card stock
scissors
x-acto knife

To make:
BODY
1. Cut out each item along the outer black lines.
2. Cut along the white on each tab using the x-acto knife (including on both sides of the face
3. Cut along each red line using the x-acto knife
4. Fold along each inner solid black line and slide each tab into the slots you created with an x-acto knife to form a cube of the head, body, arms, and feet
5. Slide the arms through the red slots on either side of the body.
6. Slide the feet through the red slots at the base of the body.
7. Slide the now completed body through the red lots of the head.
8. slid the hair tabs into the slots made on either side of the face.

The Cubeecraft is now complete. Use the image above for an example of how it should look when completed if you are having any troubles.

To download the template click the links below the picture and save them to your computer.

Aug 05 2012

Cubeecraft of Meelo from The Legend of Korra

Meelo, Tenzin and Pema’s son, and grandson to Avatar Aang and Katara. He and his family live on Air Temple Island. Meelo is one of the more humorous characters in The Legend of Korra (because who doesn’t find fart bending funny?).

Although the children, and sometimes parents, are quirky and fun to watch, the family is very important due to the fact that they are the only family of airbenders that exist in their world.

Meelo is my first cubeecraft from the Legend of Korra. I am working on cubeecrafts of Jinora and Ikki, the sisters of Meelo. They will be released at a later date.

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This cubeecraft is free to download, however, I will accept donations. These projects take a long time to create and any amount is much appreciated!


Amount you wish to Donate




To Build the Cubeecraft:

Materials needed:
Printer
Card stock
scissors
x-acto knife

To make:
BODY
1. Cut out each item along the outer black lines.
2. Cut along the white on each tab using the x-acto knife
3. Cut along each red line using the x-acto knife
4. Fold along each inner solid black line and slide each tab into the slots you created with an x-acto knife to form a cube of the head, body, arms, and feet
5. Slide the arms through the red slots on either side of the body.
6. Slide the feet through the red slots at the base of the body.
7. Slide the now completed body through the red lots of the head.

The Cubeecraft is now complete. Use the image above for an example of how it should look when completed if you are having any troubles.

Click on the picture above to download the Meelo cubeecraft.

Mar 29 2012

New Facebook Images sizes for the Timeline

Let me guess, you found out that you are being forced into the facebook timeline. Now in an effort to make your page look as awesome as possible, You are looking for what size to make your images. You came to the right place. 😀

Here are the sizes for your images to make them fit on your facebook profile and pages:
Timeline header size: 851 x 315
Profile Picture: 180 x 180
Wall Images: 404 x 404
Panorama picture for the wall: 843 x 403

For the header, I created a picture in the sizes needed so that your profile picture does not cover your timeline header. 😀

Hopefully this will help you create a wonderful image for your facebook page/ personal profile. 😀

Now that you have the sizes needed what will your headers look like?
Post your comments and examples of your headers below

SKGaleana

Jan 20 2012

Cubeecraft of Chef Ramsay from Hell’s Kitchen

Cubeecrafts eliminate the need for tape or glue. Instead, these fun papercrafts use interlocking tabs to connect each side. More information on these cool paper toys can be found on Cubeecraft.com.

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The first Cubeecraft that I was introduced to caught my attention and made me fall in love with the Cubeecraft Papercrafts. Who wouldn’t love a stormtrooper papercraft to sit on their desk? 😀 Especially since these printables are free.
After I had fun with some made by other fans, I decided that I wanted to make my own. Giving credit where credit is due, I used the cubeecraft template (basically a blank box ready for artwork) and began creating some of my favorite characters.
Pictured below is Chef Ramsay from Hell’s Kitchen. 😀

Feel free to download the cubeecrafts, cut them out and make them.
Display them where you want.
Take pictures of them and share them here.
The rest of the cubeecrafts I have created can be found on this page.