Build your own unique 3D craft collectible with EUGY

EUGY

Do your kids like crafting?

Eliza loves to build and make things, however, can lose interest very quickly if things are too complicated or tricky to do.

Introducing EUGY 3D model collectables from Brainstorm.

These beautifully detailed, yet simplified miniature animal figures are so easy to build.

Made from environmentally friendly, biodegradable card with natural eco-friendly ink and non-toxic glue, simply pop out the shapes from the card and put them in left and right piles in number order.

The first piece you start is the centre of the model, a unicorn in our case, which is a flat piece of cardboard which sticks together. Each side has either L1 or R1 written on it.

Pop the guide posts through the slots with the curved end the side you wish to complete first. The pieces then slot on and are glued in numerical order (R2, R3, R4 etc), each of which is slightly smaller.

TOP TIP: Don’t use too much glue, otherwise it squirts out the sides. Just a few small dots hold it together nicely.

Each following piece on either side adds more depth to the figure until you have a completed, realistic-looking cardboard model!

Each model includes fun educational facts and there are 46 to collect!!

With an RRP of £12.99, they are the perfect non-chocolate Easter gift that kids can collect and treasure them forever.

12 thoughts on “Build your own unique 3D craft collectible with EUGY

  1. Madeeha says:

    Ingenious!!! How cute do they look. My daughter is too young for it but I am sure she will love it once she understand it.

  2. Jenni says:

    My son is too young for this but I would love it! I bet this would be very therapeutic

  3. This is a very cool looking craft project! What a fab activity to do over the Easter holidays!

  4. My daughter loves unicorns so I can see that she would love this craft. I like the simplicity and creativity but most of all mess free!

  5. This will keep my daughter very busy. She loves craft stuff.
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  6. Melanie williams says:

    Looks like an interesting and fun craft to keep the kids busy over Easter xx

  7. Claire Roach says:

    Oh my kids would love these, always on the look out for craft ideas to keep them busy. Thanks
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  8. Lauren says:

    That’s so cute! My 5 year old would love this, the perfect way to keep her busy for an afternoon!

  9. Laura Dove says:

    Oh this is a cute idea! My kids love unicorns and crafts so this looks perfect!

  10. Anosa says:

    Though our little man is not that creative it does love putting things together and this would be a lovely treat for him.
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  11. I love these kinds of 3D toys great for inspiring creativity and getting kids interested in building things.

  12. Kim Carberry says:

    That is so cool and very, very cute. What a fun activity and a great end result! x
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