This Santa Claus papertoy is cute! Everyone who works in a cubicle: drop everything right now and use your last hour of work today to make one for your desk. Download the free template from Ataque Mutante right here.
There's a children's cartoon called Pecola on the tv station Qubo, and everyone in it has a cube-shaped head and body. www.qubo.com/channel/pecola.aspThis Santa looks like he could be in the Christmas special. Perfect craft project for a kids' party!
so cute! i love his boxy little head!
And if I don't happen to work in a cubical???
too cute!!happy holidays to you ~~xoxo
Thanks , it's so cute..I just love cute things ^-^Merry Christmas!
so delightful and fun! off to print this little guy now. happy holidays to you!!
Once my shift was over I couldn't help myself but to print out this cute little fellow and put him together.http://thegreenknitter.blogspot.com/2009/12/one-eyed-snowmen-and-paper-santa.html:) thanks!
Grandma G/Mom: Actually no one works in a cubical. I just realized I spelled cubicle wrong. :) Fixed it. This guy's square head must have influenced me subconsciously. And if you don't work in a cubicle either, then, well, I guess you can't make him.
this is so cute, so of course I went right to the link to print him out. Everything was in Spanish. No problem. I just have to print and fold, right? But I had Google automatically translate it anyway. Which is kinda funny, though. The last sentence said, "What you pass very good holiday and if you bored if you know your papertoys montares!" Oh, well, I think I'll be able to figure it out....
But I WANT to work in a cubiCAL!(His square head got to me, too!)
This is so cute!
What a cutie! Thanks for sharing the link--I'm about to print out a stack of them to keep my nieces and nephews busy tomorrow :-).
He's adorable! Thanks.
that's so adorable!
ok, if you insist!! ;-)
i made mine! soooo adorable!xoxo,Secret Agent L
This is great---this year we are trying to be more creative with wrapping and tags, making recycled ornaments, etc. This is perfect for adding a personalized touch!
This reminds me of a childhood craft project. Mom found it a few years ago and gave it back to me. It was quite tattered after 35 years! It was a Santa made using a large matchbox and construction paper (the matchbox was his torso) and the head and feet were at either end of the matchbox.
There's a children's cartoon called Pecola on the tv station Qubo, and everyone in it has a cube-shaped head and body.
Adorable! Kind of like Spongebob Squarepants. This is Father Christmas Squarehead.
This is a wonderful idea for decorations, either when the kids are coming home, or to just keep them busy. I love the adorable box face.
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Ah, where has he gone ?
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