So, this idea has been three months in the making. I thought I’d make a model of our village church. From then it grew into something we were planning to print, and issue to the village for people to make their own church to support the roof repair fund. Well, now, we’re stuck at home, I’m releasing it in a ‘print at home’ version for children, and adults alike to have a go at making St Olave’s Church in their own kitchen!
There are two versions…
The lazy version – with colour images against the church walls and roog sections.
The ‘colour at home’ version, which might need a little more concentration and effort.
Either can be printed and cut out / glued to make the church. Thicker paper or card is the best for this, as it’s a bit sturdier, and quick drying glue for stiffer paper such as a glue gun might be preferable, otherwise take your time.
If you’re colouring the B&W version, then maybe do the colouring before gluing into the 3D model.
Just print, cut and make.
Just print, cut, colour and make.