Retro Rocket DIY Printable Rocketship NASA Apollo Desk Decor

Seeing the DIY Printable Rocketship NASA Apollo Desk Decor instant download PDF available is timely this week!

Over at the KaBlackout Etsy Shop, I’m seeing the listing for $7.49.

“Build your own ‘Retro Rocket’, a beautifully designed 3D low poly papercraft rocketship. This easy to make classic 1950s design will bring some fun to your office desk, kid’s bedroom or man cave. This stylish rocket ship handcrafted by you would also make a unique gift for any fan of sci-fi or vintage design. Its simple, clean design is perfect for both people new to low poly 3D papercrafting and the experienced crafter. As this is a plain printable template with no colour you can choose your own colours or card finishes and really show your own unique creativity.

\\ Additional items you will need:
• 180 – 220 gsm weight US Letter or A4 Size cardstock 
• Ruler, scissors and hobby knife (for scoring)
• Either PVA Glue or high-tack double sided sticky tape
• Printer and PDF Viewer software such as Adobe Reader”

In addition, at the listing, it includes an Extra Large Size available instead, and their YouTube video showing a beginner’s guide for how to assemble their KaBlackout papercraft projects.

As we wrap up, I’m seeing the Retro Rocket DIY Printable Rocketship NASA Apollo Desk Decor as being on a bigger scale for putting together than when we were looking back in 2017 at Ode to Dad’s Model Airplane & Balsa Wood Postcard Aeroplanes (3-25-2017). Enjoy!


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DIY Printable Rocketship NASA Apollo Desk Decor Attribution & Thank you to the following I’m referencing today

KaBlackout DIY Printable Rocketship NASA Apollo Desk



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