a1is008 ~ Contemporary Fast Food (set 1)
Tools for Assembling Paper Mini’s Kit:
- Metal straight-edge (ruler).
Make fold lines by pressing against the edge of the ruler.
- White craft glue that is a
“quick grab” “clear dry” type of glue.
- X-acto blade tool and fresh
- A true cutting mat
- Small artist brush with which
to paint on glue
- Small piece of aluminum foil to squeeze work glue onto.
This will act as your glue pot
- Small detailing scissors,
a.k.a. as embroidery snips
- Small black office clips
- Cotton Swab
- Optional: polymer clays for
making food items and liquid polymers for drink fluids. I used
micro glass beads to simulate bubbles.
1. Cut out a Carry-out Bag and use the metal straight-edge and press
against folds for clean crisp creases.
2. Glue the long side tab to the interior blank surface of the bag.
Glue the bottom tabs in place.
3. Crease down the center of the bag's sides.
The Sandwich Wrappers and Place
Mats are self explanatory.
Specialty Item Boxes
1. Cut out Specialty Item Box using a sharp blade tool. Make sure
that the minor slits are cut at each corner. Fold the box
appropriately to make a lidded box. Use the little artist’s brush to
glue all the little white corner tabs to the blank interior surface
of the box. Fill with items you make with polymer clays or self-dry
French Fries Pouches
1. Cut out the Fries pouches and refer to photo as a guide. Form the
pocket and glue the side flaps over the little white stripes that
run along either edge of the pocket back panel.
1. Cut out a Drink Cup. Take the body piece and wrap around the
handle of the artist’s brush. This gives the piece a nice curve to
2. Fold the small tabs at the bottom of the body. Take care that
they are all folded at the same point.
3. Use the artist’s brush to glue the side tab to the inside blank
surface of the cup body. Allow to dry thoroughly.
4. Press the little base tabs flat. Cut out the round piece and glue
to the tabs. Set cup on the table and then use a swab to press the
1. Cut out a Drink Straw. Make a crease with the blade tool about
1/32” from the edge. This will help you roll the straw. Roll it as
tightly as you can. Cut off excess as needed. Glue length of straw
at edge. See the Pencil Photo Tutorial for
tips on winding items such as this drink straw.