Now that we only have a day left before the much awaited Philippine Independence Day, let us all bring out our nationalistic behavior in our very own simple yet special way! Aside from traditionally hanging our Philippine flag either on your door or windows, we can now do something more special and fun at the same time! Thanks to the National Commission for Culture and The Arts and their cute NCCA Paper Craft Series that you can download and print for FREE. The Paper Craft Series is done to commemorate not just the recently celebrated National Heritage Month but also the Philippine Independence Day. The series features four different landmarks with huge historical significance including the Rizal Park Monument, The Banaue Rice Terraces, The Metropolitan Theater and of course, the famous mansion of Emilio Aguinaldo where the proclamation of our Independence Day took place.
Each landmark has their own downloadable and printable PDF file. Aguinaldo Shrine is composed of eight printable pages where 3 of them provides the step by step guide while the remaining five are the cutouts.
Cut each piece carefully and fold and glue them based on the given instructions. Take note that there will be extremely small pieces here so you must be very gentle and cautious in cutting them, otherwise, you might ruin the project.
Random pieces folded and glued as per instruction. Once they are all set and dry, you can now start assembling the pieces. It would be ideal to assemble them sequentially based on the given guide to avoid mistakes.
Tadah! You are done! You just created a miniature version of Aguinaldo Shrine! A perfect item for a diorama.
The Aguinaldo Shrine Paper Craft from NCCA Paper Craft Series.
The Aguinaldo Shrine Paper craft can be downloaded from the Children’s Corner of NCCA’s official page Here.
Or you can directly download the PDF file Here.