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How to Get and Make This Model Town (Usborne Cut-Out Models) - A Step-by-Step Guide


Make This Model Town (Usborne Cut-Out Models) download




Have you ever wanted to make your own model town? If so, you might be interested in this book by Iain Ashman, a talented illustrator and designer who has created many cut-out models for Usborne. In this article, we will tell you everything you need to know about making this model town, including what a cut-out model is, why it is fun and educational, what materials and tools you need, how to download the book, how to make the town, how to display and store it, and some other cut-out models by Usborne that you can try. Let's get started!




Make This Model Town (Usborne Cut-Out Models) download



What is a cut-out model?




A cut-out model is a type of paper craft that involves cutting out pieces from printed pages and assembling them into a three-dimensional structure. Cut-out models can be made of various subjects, such as buildings, vehicles, animals, or characters. They are usually designed with tabs and slots that fit together without glue or tape, but sometimes glue is required for extra stability. Cut-out models are fun and easy to make, and they can also help develop skills such as hand-eye coordination, spatial awareness, creativity, and problem-solving.


Why make a model town?




Making a model town is not only enjoyable but also educational. Here are some reasons why you might want to make a model town:


  • You can learn about different types of buildings and their functions, such as houses, shops, schools, churches, etc.



  • You can explore different architectural styles and historical periods, such as medieval, Victorian, modern, etc.



  • You can create your own stories and scenarios with your model town, such as who lives there, what they do, what happens there, etc.



  • You can express your personality and preferences by choosing how to decorate and arrange your model town.



  • You can share your model town with your friends and family, and impress them with your creativity and craftsmanship.



According to Iain Ashman, the author of Make This Model Town (Usborne Cut-Out Models), making a model town is also "a great way of recycling paper". He says, "I hope you enjoy making this model town as much as I enjoyed designing it. It's a great way of recycling paper - and it's much more fun than throwing it away!"


What do you need to make this model town?




To make this model town, you will need the following materials and tools:


  • The book Make This Model Town (Usborne Cut-Out Models) by Iain Ashman, which contains 32 pages of full-color cut-out pieces and instructions.



  • A pair of scissors or a craft knife to cut out the pieces.



  • A ruler and a pencil to mark the fold lines.



  • Some glue to stick some pieces together.



  • A flat surface or a board to arrange the town on.



  • Some paint, stickers, or other materials to add details and decorations to the town (optional).



How to download the book




If you don't have a physical copy of the book, you can download it from various sources online. Here are some steps on how to download the book:


  • Go to your preferred search engine and type in "Make This Model Town (Usborne Cut-Out Models) download".





  • Click on the link to the website and follow the instructions to download the book. You might need to create an account, enter your payment details, or agree to some terms and conditions.



  • Save the book file to your computer or device.



  • Open the book file with a PDF reader program or app.



  • Print out the book pages on A4 paper. Make sure you print them in color and at 100% scale.



How to make this model town




Now that you have the book and the materials, you are ready to make this model town. Here is a general overview of the process and some tips and tricks:


  • The book contains 12 buildings that you can make: a house, a shop, a school, a church, a pub, a garage, a post office, a bank, a fire station, a police station, a hospital, and a cinema. You can make them in any order you like.



  • Each building has its own page with numbered pieces and diagrams. The pieces are color-coded according to their type: walls are blue, roofs are red, doors and windows are green, etc.



  • The instructions for each building are on the opposite page. They tell you how to cut out, fold, glue, and assemble the pieces. They also give you some extra information and fun facts about the building.



  • You can use scissors or a craft knife to cut out the pieces. Be careful not to cut off the tabs or slots that are needed for assembly. If you use a craft knife, make sure you have a cutting mat or a thick piece of cardboard underneath to protect your surface.



  • You can use a ruler and a pencil to mark the fold lines on the pieces. This will help you fold them more accurately and neatly. You can erase the pencil marks later if you want.



  • You can use glue to stick some pieces together if they are marked with a glue symbol. For example, you might need to glue some roofs or chimneys together. You can use any type of glue that works well with paper, such as white glue, glue stick, or double-sided tape.



  • You can assemble the buildings by fitting the tabs and slots together. The diagrams show you where each tab and slot goes. You might need to bend or twist some tabs slightly to make them fit better. You can also use glue to secure some tabs if they are loose or weak.



  • You can arrange the town on a flat surface or a board. You can use any surface that is large enough to fit all the buildings. You can also use any board that is sturdy enough to support the weight of the buildings. For example, you can use cardboard, foam board, plywood, etc.



  • You can add details and decorations to the town using paint, stickers, or other materials. For example, you can paint roads, pavements, grass, trees, etc. You can also add stickers of people, animals, cars, signs, etc. You can also use other materials such as cotton wool for smoke or snow, toothpicks for fences or flagpoles, etc.



Step 1: Cut out the pieces




The first step is to cut out the pieces from the book pages using scissors or a craft knife 71b2f0854b


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