Reddit mentions: The best paper craft books

We found 42 Reddit comments discussing the best paper craft books. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 28 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Paper Craft:

u/Jenwith1N · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. Wine is fine, but if you drink too much you're guaranteed to have a hangover. Those are no fun. :/

  2. I know there's a broom on our list, but I prefer to travel in a more modern style. I'll grab the Bissell steam and SWEEP. Sweep is right there in the name, technically it does the same thing as a broom. Only better! Added bonus of getting to feel like one of the witches from Hocus Pocus. :D

  3. I know that we're supposed to buy our hats, but I'd much prefer to knit my own. Especially with this super soft super cute yarn.

  4. Books can take you anywhere you want to go! I want to go to space with some fat ladies and have colorful adventures!

  5. When I get my trunk I'm going to keep my treasures in it like a pirate!

    Bonus- Capes make you feel super. When you're super you need a super snack to keep yourself ready to thwart all those evil plans!
u/randiesel · 23 pointsr/interestingasfuck

If you want a simple design that doesn't require cutting, the "hornet" is pretty well known and generally a great flyer.

You need The World Record Paper Airplane Book. That thing was yeaaaars of entertainment when I was about 8 years old. I believe I got it from a book fair at school, but I don't remember.

The Hornet will forever be my favorite. I built one of those out of some thicker construction paper with a few friends in middle school, and it flew for tens of miles. I launched it straight upward as hard as I could right near a blacktop on a windy day. We always flew over the blacktop because it offers great thermals (which we learned about from the book) and you could see some crazy stuff happen. On this particular day, it was enough to get the plane up somewhere around 100ft in the air. We stood there in disbelief as the plane climbed and climbed until it was eventually caught by the wind. It flew, perfectly stable, over the trees and out of our apartment complex. We all hopped on our bikes (as an '80s kid, we had bikes), and followed it as far as we could, but eventually had to stop as it flew over a large river.

I like to think it's still flying around Boston somewhere.

u/MissyTheMouse · 1 pointr/randomactsofamazon

I went through u/PapaFargo 's list and my favorite thing I'm allowed to talk about is this. This coupled with the Doctor Who stuff tells me we would probably hang out well together at a convention. We have similar interests and styles. My actual favorite thing is something I'm not supposed to talk about ;-) but it tells he's a generous guy who loves his family.

u/millerhighlife · 1 pointr/Coloring

This is a stretch- but if you like cute zombies check out White Stag's Misfits Vol. 2 A Zombie Coloring Book. I love her work and have all but two of her Misfits books.

u/honeybri · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

!!!!!!!!!!! I love my inner child

Fanciful Faces it just looks so pretty!

I also have FAT LADIES IN SPAAAACE which amuses the heck out of me.

It's okay to Drink and Color right?

Those three are on my under $10 list, the rest of mine are on my Book wishlist.

I have other coloring books but those three are the coolest in my opinion. =D

u/iamtheraven · 3 pointsr/crafts

To add to this, you could probably get her into paper quilling pretty easily. It's easy and fun. Get a beginner's quilling book and a quill tool to get her started

u/RumpleAndBelle · 7 pointsr/Wishlist

Anyone here like adult coloring books and Alice in wonderland/creepy things? I think this looks like it could be a pretty neat book to color.

u/Stryker_09 · 1 pointr/actuallesbians

I agree ! And thank you 🙂

Forgot a shot of the caterpillar in the album.

Once we finish up my arms, we're going for a darker version of Wonderland on a leg 😁

u/itsalrightt · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Copic Coloring Guide So you can get creative like graphic novels, and make your own fun stuff!

u/playhertwo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have this one and it's a lot of fun. The metal one looks even more awesome!

u/Grymalcyn · 2 pointsr/quilting

Not at all! I happen to have a light box from when I was in school, but you can just as easily accomplish the same thing by putting your original and tracing paper against a window.

Alternatively, you can purchase paper specifically for paper-piecing (essentially cut newsprint), and run copies off at your local copy shop.

u/Vandorbelt · 2 pointsr/Warthunder

Aye, that's the one! Thanks for finding that for me. Also, looks like this "Norman Schmidt" guy has a whole bunch of other sets as well from historic aircraft to birds.

This is specifically the kit that I got, which came with cardstock sets for every fighter as well as easily-scannable templates for reprinting.

And yeah, I wouldn't feel great about scanning the whole set up for people to use, especially since you can still buy them on Amazon, but I might scan up a couple just for people to try, and then leave a link to the Amazon page for the book.

u/loshow · 1 pointr/crafts

This site has a few projects:
Also, TLC's Mark Montano has a book you should check out, he makes some pretty fun projects:

u/themastercheif · 9 pointsr/BeAmazed

Pretty sure I had a book about paper planes written by that guy a long time ago.

Edit: Found it

u/Xaphix · 3 pointsr/AskNYC

Maybe Kell Black's Paper New York? I never tried it, but it looks fun to build.

u/armchairdictator · 438 pointsr/videos

Hey guys before you go to Devin's link and potentialy part with your money. Check out the originator of this concept's home page first:

There are some free resources there as well as a link to the originators book from which Devon reverse engineered the Ambigous Cylinder from.

u/Arms_Akimbo · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

I love this collection of mechanical paper models by Paul Spooner:

You can learn a lot about paper model building by (trying) to put these together.

All you need is an xacto knice, replacement blades, and a ruler.

u/kyrow · 1 pointr/BobsBurgers

I made loads of these when I was younger!
there was a cool book I got similar to this

that I thought was the coolest thing ever, I would recommend.

u/PotentialPeach · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I had a morning like that on Thursday. I cried it all out in the bathroom, thought I was fine and my head was back balanced. Dropped the kids off at school, ran to husband's work to drop off stuff for their potluck (because even though he is working out of town, he still asks me to bring potluck things). One of his coworkers asked how I was doing and I just started sobbing in the middle of his work lobby....she gave me a cookie. Cookies help make things better.

Happy things that make me happy:

Anime music because it is usually upbeat and I don't understand the words so I can just bob my head to the music and pretend they are singing about happy peppy things

Coloring twisted images

Cooking comfort food that makes the house smell good for a whole day

I hope you feel so much better when you wake up, but please remember that it really is 100% okay to have bad days and times and crying is a totally acceptable way to handle them. Never be ashamed or embarrassed. Everyone cries. We are all here for you.

u/SmashinFascionable · 4 pointsr/BetterEveryLoop

Found the book they refer to in the video too! Just ordered one thanks! Amazon Link

u/Iwasborninafactory_ · 1 pointr/woodworking

I like this book as a compliment to various websites, forums, and videos. I used all of the concepts from this book, but some of the techniques were modified by what I found around the web.

u/TentPester · 1 pointr/gifs

Right, can't find my copy IRL or on teh webz. However this book:
Has two of the gliders from it on the cover and the third looks like an evolution of another.

Can't guarantee it has that exact glider in it, but it will have others of similar caliber. It may also point you in the right direction to find a book that does contain it.

Aha! Found it!

u/chairmanlmao · 1 pointr/gifs

This comes out of a Japanese DIY book.

Though I imagine it shouldn't be too hard to recreate.

u/Zilmorph · 1 pointr/interestingasfuck

I found one of his books on and