Sunday, May 24, 2015

Enter to #Win a Paper Punk 3D Paper Kit!

Disclosure: I received a product to help facilitate the review. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.

According to their website, "Paper Punk is an innovative paper-based building toy that provides endless imaginative and creative play..."


That is true, and it's true for people of all ages. And it's easy too! To put it together, you simply pop out the pieces and fold them as directed. This will turn your 2D flat shapes into 3D geometric pieces that you put together to create your Paper Punk masterpiece!


My son and I recently tackled two of the projects. The first was Bot001. Bot came with a sturdy cardboard, reusable folder. He also came with 18 punch-and-build shapes, 170 stickers for personalization, instructions, and adhesive dots. The sticky dots hold all of the pieces together.


Putting the pieces together was a great way to spend time together, and it served well to help encourage my son to think, see the efforts of trial-and-error, and have a great sense of satisfaction when he got the job done.


And get the job done, he did! Here you see the PaperPunk robot almost finished.


It just needed some fine-tuning to the finished product...which in our case meant sticker decorations. you can see the 'H' he put on to start writing on the robot. He also put eyes and a mouth on him too.


When we were finished, my son was so proud of his Paper Punk creation, that he asked to display it on the bookshelves in the room. No problem! I was happy he invested his time and efforts in putting something together that turned out so cute.



We liked building Bot001 so much, that the next day we set about to make the other kit we were sent, which was Fang. Fang is a snake, and you can make him to be mean or nice. Ours is very nice. ;)


And he's got a spot on the shelf next to Bot. ;)

Because they do not require scissors or glue, they're easy to take out, easy to clean up, and they allow for open play without a lot of mess to clean up when you're finished. That means they're not only great for home, but they'd be great for travel/on-the-road-time. They don't take up a lot of room, you can make them in the car, airplane, or even RV. Of course, you could use them at home too, like we did. I'm just saying...what a fun way these would be to pass them time, if you were traveling.

These would also be fun to make at grandma's house too. I know my son's grandparents would get a kick out of seeing him so studious and involved in creating his Paper Punk project. 

These kits can be purchased on the Paper Punk website, on Amazon, and in specialty stores nationwide.

You can learn more about Paper Punk by visiting their website.  You can also follow them on Facebook and/or Twitter.

One winner gets to choose from one of (8) kits to call their own (Pup, Kitty, Ape, Bot, Fang, Horn, Ride, or Sweet). US entrants only.

50 comments:

  1. How fun is this. Looks like your son had a great time.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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  2. That would sure be fun. The cat may kamikaze it though lol

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  3. I use to love these pop out things and build them when I was a child. It was so much fun and such a creative way to keep busy in those times when we didn't have anything else to do!

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    1. My house was the same way. My mother was very frugal and very creative.

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  4. This looks so fun. Great to get kids playing with something other than video games and using creativity!

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  5. Wow that is really cool! My oldest would definitely get a kick out of one of these!

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  6. Ok, that is pretty cool! I know two little boy that would spend hours on end with one of these kits.

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  7. This is so cute! I love the kitty set on their site. You know how I am about cats!

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  8. Paper lego? What fun. And much kinder on the feet if you accidentally step on a piece. Easier to transport too.

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  9. That looks like a lot of fun. I like the easy part too. I've tried origami in the past and my creation came out looking nothing like it was supposed to!

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  10. This is so cool! I love the designs of the kits!

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  11. Oh this is clever! I know my boys would love it...hope I win it! :D

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  12. This looks like such a fun little craft for kids. My little guy is too young for these things at the moment but it looks like your son loved it :)

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  13. What a really cool paper kit, I don't think I've ever seen anything like it. Thanks so much for sharing and for the giveaway. Thanks to your sponsor as well.

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  14. What a nice activity to keep kids busy. Little man looks so cute. Have a nice day and start to the new week.
    Julie xo

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  15. My 8 year old would adore these. He is always making origami robots out of notebook paper.

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  16. This really looks super cool for me and my tribe! I love what you guys construted

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  17. I learned that they won the Parents Choice Gold Award for their products.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  18. Now this is a great game for kids. It will keep them busy during those rainy days. Thanks for the chance to win

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  19. Oh wow, those look so fun and innovative! Looks like something my little one and the husband would love to put together.

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  20. Wow! How cool is that? I've never seen anything like that before. I'm thinking my kiddos would love this.

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  21. liked the urbon fold kit. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  22. Now that looks like something fun that even I would have a great time playing with. I love paper crafts.

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  23. Yay! Glad yall had a fun time doing that. I bet that would be great to keep on hand for rainy days...

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  24. Your son is one busy buddy with all this coll stuff that you get for him. My son would like that too.

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  25. I like the Pup101. Mica's great with puzzles, but Isaak loves paper. I don't know which kid would like this more?

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  26. They won the Parent's Choice Award and have Ninja Turtles.

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  27. This is such a fun way to get kids into paper crafting! I am loving the colors on Fang!

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  28. I like the TMNT-Raphael Paper Punk kit. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)Hotmail(dot)com

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  29. This makes me want to play with my kids with this paper crafts. Will be saving this for the weekend fun.

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  30. Oh cool - my nephew would love something like this. I visited the website and love the Urban Fold set that they have.

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  31. Omg this looks so cool, my princess is a tad bit too young to enjoy something like this, but not gunna lie, I kinda wanna play with this lol...

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  32. This looks so amazing. I actually want to try this for myself 😀 It's amazing how many things there are for kids out there to do instead of just giving them iPads when they're bored :)

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  33. How cool! I've never seen anything like that before!

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  34. I really like the new look Rosey :)

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  35. I like the teenage mutant ninja turtle's and the Ape.

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  36. I like the Spongebob and the Patrick set. My son would love these.

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  37. These look like an awesome set for kids especially for kids who already like normally legos. this is a great addition!!!

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  38. I absolutely love their Kitty 001 Building Kit. So much fun!!

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  39. I like the Urban Fold - and I love that it won the Parent's Choice Gold award!

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  40. I liked the Teenage Mutant Ninja turtles. I had never heard of Paper Punk before and I cant think of another company like them. theses are great

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  41. I learned that they won the Parents Choice Gold Award for the Urban Fold
    Sarah Oswald

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  42. My kids would have a blast love the turtles the kitty cat

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  43. The Pup 101 is soo cute. I think my son would like making it.

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  44. I like the Bot001. thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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