Make a Sewing Machine Sculpture from Stiff Paper

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This Beautiful 3D Sculpture is a Fun Piece of Home Decor!

This stylized vintage sewing machine was made entirely from stiff paper. It’s a beautiful conversation piece and will be lovely just about anywhere in your home.

Card stock or stiff paper is scored and folded, then glued together to form the 3D sewing machine. While it’s not difficult, you’ll want to measure and fold precisely as you create the various parts and glue them in place.

Vintage Sewing Machine 3D Papercraft Pattern

The completed papercraft machine, designed by Sophie Marcoux from Sofs Paper Planet, is approximately 15.5″ long and 12.5″ high.

Click here to purchase the Vintage Sewing Machine 3D Papercraft” pattern.


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