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This charming DIY kit transforms a pack of flat paper into a cute little zombie who is actually a skeleton in disguise.
Renowned Japanese paper engineer Haruki Nakamura has created a captivating new branch of paper fun called Kamikara. In Japanese, kami means "paper" and karakuri means "mechanical mechanism." Through a clever combination of perforated, pre-printed sheets and rubber bands, Nakamura's paper automata can be brought to life without the need for any tools!
Simply follow along with the pictures in the English language instructions and you will find the assembly of the figure is both easy and enjoyable. The paper pieces are scored to make quick work of folding and a special paper hook assists with the installation of the rubber band.
To set the action, stand the figure on her feet with her arms outstretched in classic staggering zombie pose. Then, squeeze her belly to watch her arms rise up and her face lift off to reveal an adorably terrifying skeleton underneath.