Minecraft Papercraft Gift Idea


It’s getting to be that time of year! The time when kids start dreaming about their letters to Santa and everyone starts thinking about the perfect gift ideas. Here is a great idea for the Minecraft fan on your list. Whether you are trying to steer them away from more screen time and want to find a gift that will stir their creative juices or you just want to find the coolest gift, Minecraft Papercraft Setsare a great place to start!


Minecraft Papercraft Gift Idea

My kids are all Minecraft fans. Whether it’s collecting the little figures, playing on Xbox or learning to create a mod using Java code, if it has the word Minecraft, it’s probably going to be in the cool category. So when my son brought home the Scholastic Book orders and showed me this Minecraft Papercraft set, saying yes was an easy answer.

Each set comes with a whole stack of card stock paper shapes ready to be popped out, folded and turned into their favorite Minecraft creatures, blocks, villagers or zombies. The paper is heavy and looks ready to handle some extended play by little hands.

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Skill and Age Suggestion: My 7 year old son is able to handle most of these papercraft assemblies. But the smaller blocks and more complex figures (like the witch) required some help from me. He suggests that kids start with the larger gravel blocks and then move to the green slime blocks. As the shapes gets smaller, they are more difficult to fold.

You pop out the shapes.


Fold along the scored lines and create the box shapes by inserting the tabs.

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From the hit video game, Minecraft, comes Hostile Mobs paper craft.

There are several different Minecraft Papercraft Sets available on Amazon.com. The sets range in price from $8.00 – $25.00. These would be a great option for Minecraft lovers on your Christmas list.

Hobbies on a Budget did not receive any product or compensation for this post. We purchased this set from the local book fair and my son wanted to share his review with you.

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  1. I love these and when the kids are finished with whatever project they are doing they would be so happy because they built it with their own two little hands.

  2. Such a simple idea, but that’s what is neat about Minecraft. I think my daughter would LOVE this. Thanks for sharing!

  3. My kids would love these! I’m thinking it might actually get them to put the game controllers down and do some real life minecraft building.

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