Wolf pen holder for the desk

With your children, the pens flying all over the desk? We can now remedy this and show you how to make a great pencil holder – dangerous as a wolf.

material

Cardboard 0.6: 30 x 30
Cardboard 0.3: 5 x 5
roll corrugated
Thick white paper: 11 x 3
Micro-corrugated board nature: 5 x 5
Micro corrugated black: 30 x 30
Micro corrugated white: 5 x 10

manual

Step 1: The box – the body of the wolf

Dangerous Wolf pens tray for the desk // RASPBERRY
© Fabrice Besse, Sonia-Roy / LVBook

Cuts four rectangles of cardboard 0.6 (bottom: 18 x 6, the long sides: 19.2 x 4, the short side: 6 x 4). Glue the short and the long sides to the floor. Decorate the insides of the long sides with two rectangles (4 waves) of rolled corrugated board.

Step 2: The lid – the back of the wolf

Dangerous Wolf pens tray for the desk // RASPBERRY
© Fabrice Besse, Sonia Roy, LV Book

Draw the tail (A) twice on black micro-corrugated cardboard and cut it out.
Sticking. Then cut two rectangles (18 x 5.8) out of black micro-corrugated paper and glue them together. Now cut the tail and glue it in the middle of the short side of the rectangle. Pushes the lid into the rail (topmost shaft). Close the box by sticking a rectangle of black micro-corrugated cardboard to the back of the body under the tail.

Step 3: The paws

Dangerous Wolf pens tray for the desk // RASPBERRY
© Fabrice Besse, Sonia Roy, LV Book

Draw the front paws (B) and hind paws (C) on cardboard 0.6 and cut them out. Each paw is pasted over with black micro-corrugated cardboard. Sticks the four paws to the body. Make sure the wolf is safe.

Step 4: The head

Dangerous Wolf pens tray for the desk // RASPBERRY
© Fabrice Besse, Sonia Roy, LV Book

Draw a triangle (D) on cardboard 0.3, cut it and cover it with black micro-corrugated cardboard.
Next, draw your head (E) on black micro-corrugated cardboard and cut it out. Remove the dashed rectangle from the middle for the mouth. For easier kinking, scratch the slightly dashed line with the cutter, the smooth side for the two side parts, the wavy side for the middle.
Draw two serrated strips (E ') on thick white paper for the teeth and cut them out. Slightly scrape the strips with the cutter in the middle for better kinking.
Sticks the wolf's teeth up and down, each with the smooth side in the mouth.
Draw the face and ears (F) on cardboard 0.3 and cut them out. Stick the ears with black micro-corrugated cardboard.

Dangerous Wolf pens tray for the desk // RASPBERRY
© Fabrice-Besse, Sonia Roy, LV Book

Fold the head (E), then glue it to the triangle (D) and ears together. Glue the finished head to the body.

Dangerous Wolf pens tray for the desk // RASPBERRY
© Fabrice Besse, Sonia Roy, LV Book

Sticks to the eyes two circles of micro-corrugated cardboard with glued on black confetti, a small triangle for the nose and two rectangles (1 x 2) of micro-corrugated natural for the tactile hair, which are frayed to 1.5 cm.

template

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