Thursday, August 3, 2017

{Review} Star Wars: Build A Scene Papercraft!

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Star Wars: Build a Scene includes everything you need to make iconic papercraft scenes from the Star Wars universe. The kit provides ten sheets of punch-out pieces and step-by-step instructions for creating three detailed 5" x 8" x 4" paper dioramas, including one with LED lights.
Re-create the drama of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader’s duel on Mustafar from Revenge of the Sith; the nail-biting trench battle on the Death Star from A New Hope; and the Kylo Ren and Rey lightsaber fight in the snowy forest of the Starkiller Base from The Force Awakens. The accompanying book includes illustrated assembly instructions for the models, along with three essays on each classic scene and how they were designed and filmed.
Each model takes roughly 2–4 hours to build.


Do you have a Star Wars fan at home? If so I have a great crafting project for you from Quarto Knows.  With Stars Wars: Build A Scene, you can make three Star Wars scenes out of pre cut paper.  It even comes with LED lights so you can light up one of your scenes. You will be making the following scenes;  the drama of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader’s duel on Mustafar from Revenge of the Sith; the nail-biting trench battle on the Death Star from A New Hope; and the Kylo Ren and Rey lightsaber fight in the snowy forest of the Starkiller Base from The Force Awakens. 

This craft is hours and hours of fun for any Star Wars fan, young or old.  The pre cut paper is great so there is no cutting required, just pop out and glue the pieces together.  I would recommend a thick white glue over a glue stick when building this craft. Star Wars: Build A Scene came with a wonderful instruction book, which three essays on each screen, and information on how they were designed and filmed. 

My kids enjoyed making the Star Wars scenes. It took them a little over an hour to do one scene. That means one hour of my children using their hands and mind instead of having screen time on the ipads or television.  I love technology but I also love when they play with using their hands and this is a great project for hours of fun.