Paper toys provide hours of creative play, and they’re easy to make and fun to share. Try these 12 designs, with links to printable PDFs.
Have you seen printable paper toys before? They really are so clever! Especially since they are just made with paper.
Who knew what paper and a little creativity could do!
More Paper Craft Ideas:
I love to share our favorite, tried, and true craft tutorials with you? Like this Glitter Paper Flower Frame, Cute Goodie Bags That Are Fast and Easy, and a Free Printable Bookmark.
Be sure to look around the blog for more Paper Craft Tutorials!
Paper Toy Templates:
Each of the paper toys listed below will supply a free printable template with full instructions on how to assemble them.
Visit the website for the step-by-step tutorial.
1. A Little Robot Advent from Next to Nicx
Each of these little guys ends up 6cm tall and 4.5cm wide. The head is 4.5 cm wide x 2.8 cm tall x 2.8 cm deep, the perfect size for a little present or chocolate!
2. Magic Paper Art Cube from Hello Wonderful
These Magic Art Cubes are mesmerizing and so much fun for the kids to color in! They’ll be hooked on twisting the blocks to create new designs and get back to the original drawings!
3. Paper Dogs from Faltmanufaktur
Since 2012 I celebrate the Chinese New Year with a free paper toy for you guys! 2018 is the year of the dog, so here are some doggies. Easy Peasy!
4. Unicorn Paper Craft from Creative Center
Printable templates to make paper models, all you need is your printer!
5. Printable Owl from Creative Park
The site is full of interesting content, like Paper Craft and Scrapbook, so you're sure to find something you like.
6. Paper Cow PDF from Paper Box World
A template you can color yourself or print the full-color version.
7. Hello Kitty from Paper Minions
This template comes with a choice of two outfits and three accessories, there's also a blank template for you to design your own if you want to get even more creative.
8. Panda Paper Toy from Paper Kraft
10. 3D Paper Diamonds from Mini Eco
This is a less complicated ‘cut, score and glue’ version which is much easier to assemble!
12. Nala the Paper Cat from Valhalla Cats
We have a little surprise for the little ones and the not-so-little ones in the house, paper crafts to print!
Our Crafting Essentials List:
- The Cricut Cutting Machine is easily our favorite crafting tool. We use it in so many of our tutorials!
- These MakerX Crafting Tools are perfect for keeping in the craft room, and are always ready when you need them!
- This Fiskars Paper Trimmer is easy to use and cuts nicely without frayed edges.
- These Scotch Precision Scissors cut like a dream and you get multiple pairs in a pack!
These are great!
Alexis @ Persia Lou
These are all so fun!!
So cute! I am going to pin this. Found you on Link n Blogs link party!
These are great! My little ones would love the Hello Kitty! Pinning!! Thank you!
Treana @ House of Bennetts
ADORABLE! How skilled do you have to be to make these though!??
I think it depends. IF it is your first time I would suggest starting with a more simple and square one. The more you've done the more you will be able to do the more difficult paper toys.
Kristina & Millie
These are totally cool! I had no idea these were out there anywhere! I might have a new passion 🙂
Amy | The Happy Scraps
These are awesome! I think I would have fun playing with them! 🙂 My boys sure would love the Disney ones.
I can see I'm going to be needing more printer ink.
These are brilliant. Ive seen letters before but not numbers. When I find the time, I'm going to make a set for my friend who has just had a baby. Her nursery wallpaper on one wall is numbers.
I LOVE the letters!! I am going to have to save those for my son for his fall curriculum!!
Super cute! Pinned and tweeted. We appreciate you taking the time to party with us. I hope to see you tonight at 7 pm.. Happy Monday! Lou Lou Girls
Just got thisin my Pinterest feed. What I want to know, is how to easily convert these to svg files so I can cut them out using my Cricut Explore. They're really cute, but I know I don't have the dexterity or patience to cut these out by hand. Any tips? is anyone starting to offer printables as svg or cricut files for paper at like this?
I am sorry, but I am not quite sure how to convert them to SVG and keep them so they are printable. There might be a tutorial video on YouTube that you could watch. I am sorry I couldn't help.
Great Wonderful Creativity. All are Awesome but The alphabets are fabulous!
i am thinking of selling toys to kids, could i use your design for business purpose
These are not my designs, I am only sharing them. You would need to contact them individually. Click on the link to go to their website for their information.