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The Parthenon - Acropolis Paper Project

The Parthenon - Acropolis Paper Project

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A Paper Parthenon Project - Download the packet, print it up and put it together.
A Paper Parthenon Project - Download the packet, print it up and put it together.

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Published by: gamemaker on Oct 31, 2009
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The Parthenon - AcropolisPaper Project
www.stormthecastle.comCopyright 2009 All Rights ReservedComplete instructions and sheets for building a paper Parthenon.Thanks for checking out my paper Parthenon Project. I have lots of other paper projects on my website including how to make several different types of paper castles. www.stormthecastle.comThis project is located on my website at: www.stormthecastle.com/paper-castle/paper-parthenon.htmYOUTUBE: I also have a youtube channel with lots of video projects includingthis paper Parthenon project: http://www.youtube.com/user/epicfantasy
Assembly Instructions
What you need to make this project:·Two Empty Cereal Boxes·Two Rulers·Paints and Paintbrush (optional)·Scissors·White Glue·Cellophane Tape·This bookletSome Assembly Tips and Notes:There are five pages of parts for this paper Parthenon project. You should cut outthe pieces and glue them down to the cereal box cardboard then cut the shapesout again.I use a cotton swab to apply the glue evenly to the cardboard, then I place the cutout paper piece on it and press it down smoothly. The picture below shows howto do it.
Solid Lines - Solid lines are cut linesDotted Lines - These are fold lines. You do not cut them you fold along the line.Tip for folding along dotted lines:I use two rulers to make the fold nice and straight. The picture below shows youhow I do it.
Step By Step Assembly
This assembly assumes you have already cut out and glued all the pieces tocardboard and now you have all the pieces ready for assembly.1. Fold the base pieces so it looks like the base in the picture below:

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