Yesterday I mentioned how my kid loves Om Nom from Cut the Rope. He plays the game when he can wheedle the iPad from me and lately he started making his own Cut the Rope game on paper, on a cardboard box and even outside in sidewalk chalk.
Here’s a paper Om Nom he made. Give him a break, he’s only 5. And he asked me to cut it out for him–note the open mouth so he can “feed” him candy.
While checking out a new freebie game we found yesterday, I discovered that the Cut the Rope website had a couple free printables to download. So now I’m sharing them with you. See, aren’t the cute?
I would suggest you print the little box Om Nom on heavier paper–there’s a lot of folding and tab stuffing to put this sucker together. If you’re all thumbs in the craft department, you might just want to make the cut out version–it’s way easier to put together. The Om Nom that’s sitting there by himself is actually the guy from inside the box. We printed him a second time and cut him away from his box.
(Note: this is not a paid endorsement. We just love Om Nom.)
If you liked building Om Nom’s box, you might want to try this paper robot we found.