Lego Batman Papercraft
Lego Batman is back in action and he's hilarious too. This papercraft is very close to the Batman mini figure and your kids will have so much fun putting him together! I'm pretty happy that Lego Batman got his own movie because he was incredibly funny in the first Lego movie, which means he's well deserving of his very own feature presentation. Again we have a timeless character that will be with us for generations to come for children to enjoy and look up to!
My Lego Batman papercraft is made up of three little boxes that you stack up to bring Bruce Wayne alive. Download the free printable below! If you like this Batman craft then check out my original designs in my shop right here at The Art Dream.
This Batman craft even has two different faces, take a look in the gallery below. I thought it would be fun to show two emotions, ones that represent this character very well!
Be sure to save the files to your computer first and print from there, don't print directly from the internet!
Download right here...
Step 1. First print out both pages on white cardstock paper, then cut out all of the shapes with a scissor or craft knife, be sure to leave all of the flaps intact, they are very important.
Step 2. Next make sure that you score all of the dotted lines including the flaps using a craft knife or something like the corner of a credit card. Scoring helps incredibly with folding papercrafts.
Step 3. Fold the head, legs and body into four sided boxes being sure to glue down all of the flaps as you make your way around. The torso and head piece will be 6 sided boxes when complete.
Step 4. Fold up the arms in the same manner as the legs.
Step 5. Carefully fold up the small boxes for the feet and glue to the bottom of the legs.
Step 6. Cut out the cape and glue it to his back. Glue the arms to the sides of the torso.
Always be yourself!
Unless you can be Batman
Then always be Batman!
I'm John, an artist and art educator. The Art Dream is here to spark creativity and inspire the little artist inside of you!
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