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This toad began life as a flat block of wood. The wood was hand carved using the wood engraving method, then printed onto this paper in a vintage letterpress. It include 5 pre-cut pieces and 11 adhesive dots.   The Adhesive Dot Secret   1. Pull the two open ends of the strip, so it’s one long piece 2. Tear it in half3. Place the strip face down onto the corrolating dot inthe pattern, then pull the strip off.   Assembly Instructions Gently pull the cut pieces out of the paper.   Take the sides of the large piece and bend it,...

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This turtle began life as a flat block of wood. The wood was hand carved to create each little line, using the wood engraving method. Its one of the traditional forms of image making for letterpress. Then it was  printed on to the paper on a vintage press. Instructions: To use adhesive dots: Place adhesive dots directly on paper, then pull backing off.   Push all four pieces out.   Begin assembling the shell by adhering the dots to the black dots on the paper, then covering up the white area with the printed area.     Grasp the shell on either...

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Cut everything out along the solid lines. Don't miss the lines around the snout, halfway up the tongue, on the top of the head, and on the bottom of the jaw. Also, don't be like me and forget to cut out the eyes. I like to poke a hole through the paper with an awl or even a ball point pen, then cut around the edges with small, sharp scissors.  Lay the main head piece down on the table. Before glueing, just bend the snout piece over the cover area. Then fold the tabs down and glue them in place....

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Cut along all solid lines. Be sure to cut up into the bottom of the horn and just below the eye. Both cuts are pictured below. Also, cut the two lines on either side of the top of the head. I like to cut the eyes by poking a hole with a paper awl or even a ball point pen, then cutting it out with a small, sharp pair of scissors.  Glue the top middle tab on the head over the cover area on either side.  Glue the middle snout piece over its top cover area first, before glueing the...

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As you see in your instructions, you will need scissors, a hot glue gun (or regular glue and patience), and string. Also,  please note the cut, fold, and cover lines denoted on your instruction sheet.   Frist, cut out all the pieces, following the cut lines.  Glue the unmarked tabs over the cover marks onthe bottom of the large piece. The second image shows one completed.  Bend the triangular tab around behind the antennae, and glue in place. Repeat with other antennae.  Glue the middle tab over the black “cover area”of the top piece on each side. Curl the triangular...

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