3 Most Unique Paper Model Kits

PaperMarket x Lulo Paper studio
A creative collaboration inspired by passion for paper and crafting.

Take advantage of this opportunity to relive some of your favorite memories. Investigate how the humble sheet of paper provided limitless opportunities for play and enjoyment. Recreate everyday objects with a whimsical twist, fun details made with paper in Singapore DIY craft kits. Paper engineering and paper sculpture made easy for beginners. 

Q&A With Elaine Founder Of Paper Market

1. How did the collaboration with Lulo Paper Studio come about? Why?

Many have the misconception that paper crafting is tedious and boring. The humble paper is often overlooked and highly underrated as a creative medium. Papermarket has collaborated with Lulo Paper Studio hoping to inspire people to play with paper.

2. Why a TV, Cake & Camera Kit and not something else?

We chose 3 timeless objects that have always been closely linked to important life events. We wanted the projects to be craft and gift worthy too. A retro take on these 3 objects is our ode to the good old days when life was simpler, slower and when we all had more time to play.

More About Lulo Paper Studio

Cheryl Teo runs the one-woman show behind Lulo Paper Studio. A local artist who specialises in creating paper sculptures and tactile illustrations. Her art focuses on craft-based media and style that is playful and whimsical. 

Q&A With Cheryl

1. Of all mediums available, why have you chosen to work with paper?

I love the freedom it gives me to construct everything I want. It's such as simple yet versatile medium, that you can easily manipulate by folding or cutting. Whatever is in my head can almost always be created with paper and I just love that I can express so purely with it.

2. For people who have been inspired by your artistry, would you share your source of inspiration?

I'm inspired by everything and anything! From things that I can see and touch to the way I'm feeling at the moment. Whatever matters or strikes a chord in me is always the best subject matter to use for my art as I find it has the most emotional currency.

#1 Make a Paper TV

This mini retro television paper sculpture complete with intricate details, stands beautifully on any shelf or desk. The back of this TV set opens up to store, a mini accordion album or photographs to delight someone special. Or even better than using a classic vintage model to reminisce the past. A handmade gift created with your favourite memories! 
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#2 Paper Birthday Cake

Nobody turns down a classic cream cake with removable candles! This kit contains patterns for 4 slices of cake that make up a whole cake. Entirely made out of just paper! The bottom of each slice opens and closes. Slip in little surprises, slice it up, piece it back together and blow out the candles over and over again. The celebration never stops with special gift for the next birthday party or happy occasion!
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#3 Paper Camera

A playful instant camera made of purely paper that fits perfectly in the palm of your hand! The attention to details on this project will amaze even Polaroid enthusiasts. The back of this camera opens to store mini photographs, polaroid go prints or secret messages to capture most precious moments and life events. If you can bear to part with it, it makes the perfect gift for weddings, graduation or the next vacation!
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All paper model kits are:

  • Pre-cut and Pre-scored ready for immediate assembly 
  • Easy to follow instructions 
  • Acid-free archival paper

A great way to start on the art of paper crafting. Designed to be Interactive and playful, these gift worthy projects make the perfect gift for birthdays, graduations, Father’s Day and many other special occasions.

    All Craft kits and materials are both available in-store at Papermarket Greatworld #01-120 and Online. Shop here!

    Till our next blog post!

    With lots of love,

    The PaperMarket Team

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