Tuesday, December 21, 2010

And now for something COMPLETELY different, Part II...

But this is still baseball related. A few months ago, I spent some bored moments searching the world wide and discovered the art of Cubeecraft. What is this you ask, it's the art of making things out of paper, specifically, little figures.

In searching for some of my favorite people, I noticed there were no baseball figures. There were some for hockey, many for football, many, many for sci-fi and other related genres, the five person cast of The Big Bang Theory (who are currently attending a KISS concert on the desk behind me!), but absolutely no baseball. Upon finding a blank template, I decided to take it upon myself to rectify this situation.

So without further ado, I give you two, brand new to the web, one now in the wrong uniform, genuine Major League Baseball Cubees!! So, go ahead, put a little J-Roll under your tree this year!!

Just print them out (cardstock 8 1/2"x11" works best), carefully cut them, creating slots and tabs, then fold, insert tab A into slot A etc., and there you are! No glue or tape necessary. No warranty provided, expressed or implied. Please do NOT run with scissors! No actual Baseball players were harmed in the making of this project.

Thanks for reading,
Have a GReat day!!


ThingsareFunnerHere said...

Very cool! I'd totally screw it up though :-)

Jeremy said...

That's insane! Looks great. I need to try this out. The Jimmy Rollins could possibly be modified to be a Johan Santana. Interesting and cool. Thanks for sharing.