Use littleBits to turn a work of art into a modern home security device.
Print out the mask pattern and cut out each of the shapes. Assembling the mask is much easier when you are using stiff paper, so we recommend printing it out on card stock or another heavy paper.
Once you have cut out your shapes, it's time to score all those dotted lines. Scoring the lines helps make each fold crisp and straight. To score the lines, we put a ruler along each line and drew on top of each line using firm pressure on a ball point pen (use a bone folder or a very dull knife if you don't want to mark up your paper). Pepakura models have two types of dotted lines. Long dashes are mountain folds, meaning the fold will form a convex point on the outside of the model (like a mountain). Alternating long and short dashes are valley folds, meaning the fold will form a concave point on the outside of the model (like a valley). If you are using a ballpoint pen to score your lines, having two different colors will help you tell which folds are mountains and which folds are valleys.
Now it's time to glue up your mask. The edges of each shape are numbered. You can tell which edges needed to be glued together because their numbers will match. We recommend using a small brush to apply glue to each tab. The brush helps you get a thin even coat of glue. Using too much glue gets pretty messy pretty quickly (and takes much longer to dry).