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DUTCH STY IN BORKEL EN SCHAFT

TIPS FOR MAKING THIS PAPER BUILDING

Print on heavy weight paper (125lb. or 200g/m2). Allow to dry. Cut out the building parts with a sharp hobby knife. Use a metal ruler to cut along straight lines. Mark the folding lines on the blank sides of the building faces. Use the hobby knife to score the lines. Fold building walls using your fingernail to make the folds sharp. Make the corners square. Fit the building together to see how it looks. Cut the base out of cardboard or styrofoam. Glue the base a few millimeters from the bottom edge of the building. The small gap between the base and the bottom of the walls will allow the building to sit in your terrain rather than on top of it. Trace the shapes of the short sides of the building on styrofoam to make roof supports. Cut and trim to fit inside the walls. Check how the roof fits and fold it accordingly. The roof should overhang the building slightly, so glue the supports a few millimeters in from each end of the roof. Fit the roof onto the building. If you want the roof permanently attached, just glue it in place. Attach chimneys and details as desired. You may wish to spray a protective matte varnish on your finished building.

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Paper building project by Patrick van Gompel

GHQ, 28100 Woodside Road, Shorewood, MN 55331 USA

www.ghqmodels.com 1-800-BUY-1945

SIMPLE DUTCH HOUSE IN BORKEL EN SCHAFT

TIPS FOR MAKING THIS PAPER BUILDING

Print on heavy weight paper (125lb. or 200g/m2). Allow to dry. Cut out the building parts with a sharp hobby knife. Use a metal ruler to cut along straight lines. Mark the folding lines on the blank sides of the building faces. Use the hobby knife to score the lines. Fold building walls using your fingernail to make the folds sharp. Make the corners square. Fit the building together to see how it looks. Cut the base out of cardboard or styrofoam. Glue the base a few millimeters from the bottom edge of the building. The small gap between the base and the bottom of the walls will allow the building to sit in your terrain rather than on top of it. Trace the shapes of the short sides of the building on styrofoam to make roof supports. Cut and trim to fit inside the walls. Check how the roof fits and fold it accordingly. The roof should overhang the building slightly, so glue the supports a few millimeters in from each end of the roof. Fit the roof onto the building. If you want the roof permanently attached, just glue it in place. Attach chimneys and details as desired. You may wish to spray a protective matte varnish on your finished building.

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Paper building project by Patrick van Gompel

GHQ, 28100 Woodside Road, Shorewood, MN 55331 USA

www.ghqmodels.com 1-800-BUY-1945

DUTCH ROWHOUSES IN EINDHOVEN

TIPS FOR MAKING THIS PAPER BUILDING

- Print on heavy weight paper (125lb. or 200g/m2). Allow to dry. - Cut out the building parts with a sharp hobby knife. Use a metal ruler to cut along straight lines. - Mark the folding lines on the blank sides of the building faces. Use the hobby knife to score the lines. - Fold building walls using your fingernail to make the folds sharp. Make the corners square. Fit the building together to see how it looks. - Cut the base out of cardboard or styrofoam. Glue the base a few millimeters from the bottom edge of the building. The small gap between the base and the bottom of the walls will allow the building to sit in your terrain rather than on top of it. - Trace the shapes of the short sides of the building on styrofoam to make roof supports. Cut and trim to fit inside the walls. Check how the roof fits and fold it accordingly. The roof should overhang the building slightly, so glue the supports a few millimeters in from each end of the roof. - Fit the roof onto the building. If you want the roof permanently attached, just glue it in place. - Attach chimneys and details as desired. - You may wish to spray a protective matte varnish on your finished building.

Paper building project by Patrick van Gompel

GHQ, 28100 Woodside Road, Shorewood, MN 55331 USA

www.ghqmodels.com 1-800-BUY-1945

LONG DUTCH ROWHOUSES IN EINDHOVEN

TIPS FOR MAKING THIS PAPER BUILDING

Print on heavy weight paper (125lb. or 200g/m2). Allow to dry. Cut out the building parts with a sharp hobby knife. Use a metal ruler to cut along straight lines. Mark the folding lines on the blank sides of the building faces. Use the hobby knife to score the lines. Fold building walls using your fingernail to make the folds sharp. Make the corners square. Fit the building together to see how it looks. Cut the base out of cardboard or styrofoam. Glue the base a few millimeters from the bottom edge of the building. The small gap between the base and the bottom of the walls will allow the building to sit in your terrain rather than on top of it. Trace the shapes of the short sides of the building on styrofoam to make roof supports. Cut and trim to fit inside the walls. Check how the roof fits and fold it accordingly. The roof should overhang the building slightly, so glue the supports a few millimeters in from each end of the roof. Fit the roof onto the building. If you want the roof permanently attached, just glue it in place. Attach chimneys and details as desired. You may wish to spray a protective matte varnish on your finished building.

Paper building project by Patrick van Gompel

GHQ, 28100 Woodside Road, Shorewood, MN 55331 USA

www.ghqmodels.com 1-800-BUY-1945

TIPS FOR MAKING THIS PAPER BUILDING

- Print on heavy weight paper (125lb. or 200g/m2). Allow to dry. - Cut out the building parts with a sharp hobby knife. Use a metal ruler to cut along straight lines. - Mark the folding lines on the blank sides of the building faces. Use the hobby knife to score the lines. - Fold building walls using your fingernail to make the folds sharp. Make the corners square. Fit the building together to see how it looks. - Cut the base out of cardboard or styrofoam. Glue the base a few millimeters from the bottom edge of the building. The small gap between the base and the bottom of the walls will allow the building to sit in your terrain rather than on top of it. - Trace the shapes of the short sides of the building on styrofoam to make roof supports. Cut and trim to fit inside the walls. Check how the roof fits and fold it accordingly. The roof should overhang the building slightly, so glue the supports a few millimeters in from each end of the roof. - Fit the roof onto the building. If you want the roof permanently attached, just glue it in place. - Attach chimneys and details as desired. - You may wish to spray a protective matte varnish on your finished building.

Paper building project by Patrick van Gompel

GHQ, 28100 Woodside Road, Shorewood, MN 55331 USA

www.ghqmodels.com 1-800-BUY-1945

DUTCH ROWHOUSES IN VALKENSWAARD

TIPS FOR MAKING THIS PAPER BUILDING

Print on heavy weight paper (125lb. or 200g/m2). Allow to dry. Cut out the building parts with a sharp hobby knife. Use a metal ruler to cut along straight lines. Mark the folding lines on the blank sides of the building faces. Use the hobby knife to score the lines. Fold building walls using your fingernail to make the folds sharp. Make the corners square. Fit the building together to see how it looks. Cut the base out of cardboard or styrofoam. Glue the base a few millimeters from the bottom edge of the building. The small gap between the base and the bottom of the walls will allow the building to sit in your terrain rather than on top of it. Cut slits in the roof to accomodate the gables. Fold the gables' sides and upper tabs back. Insert the side tabs into the roof slits and glue in place. Fold the gables' roofs, check the fit and trim so they will sit flush on the main roof. Glue in place. Trace the shapes of the short sides of the building on styrofoam to make roof supports. Cut and trim to fit inside the walls. Check how the roof fits and fold it accordingly. The roof should overhang the building slightly, so glue the supports a few millimeters in from each end of the roof. Attach chimneys and details as desired. You may wish to spray a protective matte varnish on your finished building.

Paper building project by Patrick van Gompel

GHQ, 28100 Woodside Road, Shorewood, MN 55331 USA

www.ghqmodels.com 1-800-BUY-1945

DUTCH BARN IN BORKEL EN SCHAFT

TIPS FOR MAKING THIS PAPER BUILDING

Print on heavy weight paper (125lb. or 200g/m2). Allow to dry. Cut out the building parts with a sharp hobby knife. Use a metal ruler to cut along straight lines. Mark the folding lines on the blank sides of the building faces. Use the hobby knife to score the lines. Fold building walls using your fingernail to make the folds sharp. Make the corners square. Fit the building together to see how it looks.

Finished barn

Cut the base out of cardboard or styrofoam. Glue the base a few millimeters from the bottom edge of the building. The small gap between the base and the bottom of the walls will allow the building to sit in your terrain rather than on top of it. Check to see how the main roof section will fit on the building. Fold it accordingly. Fold back the tabs on the triangular roof sections and glue to the underside of folded main roof section. The illustration at left shows a suggestion for the shape and placement of the of the styrofoam roof supports. Glue the supports to each end of the roof's underside. You may want to add small triangular pieces under the apex of the roof for strength. Fit the roof onto the building. If you want the roof permanently attached, just glue it in place. Attach chimneys and details as desired. You may wish to spray a protective matte varnish on your finished building.

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Paper building project by Patrick van Gompel

GHQ, 28100 Woodside Road, Shorewood, MN 55331 USA

www.ghqmodels.com 1-800-BUY-1945