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Holy TV Character Cubeecrafts, Batman!

I thought I geeked out when I saw (and devoted much time to making) Mario Cubeecrafts, but now they're really trying to kill me with the cute — check out these new papercrafts of classic TV characters! Pictured here from left to right, we have Pamela Anderson in Baywatch, Earl Hickey from My Name is Earl, and Dr. Jack Shepard from one of my all-time fave TV shows, Lost.

If you've never done a cubeecraft before, just download the template, and get ready to cut out teeny details in the name of geek craft. It's totally worth it when you have your adorable desk accessory to show off to your non-crafty coworkers!

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Beastiegirl5 Beastiegirl5 7 years
I was really stoked when I saw the Venture Bros. ones (Rusty, Molotov, and Brock!) Cubees here- http://www.cubeecraft.com/ Plus, they have a very cool looking Two-Face, Dwight from the Office, and Meatwad. Why not??
jessie jessie 7 years
these are okay.....but i've got the mario ones all over my house...my kids have been going ape crazy making them
kcwebgirl kcwebgirl 7 years
i prefer the old ones. that indiana took me forever!!
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