Paper Praying Mantis

Size: 6 x 12 x 7 cm.

The Praying Mantis kit contains:
  • 1 black template for the body.
  • 1 colored template for the shield.
  • A paper stand.
  • A sheet with clear instructions.

You don’t need any scissors or craft knife to assemble this paper Mantis yourself!
After assembling you can add a few dots of glue to keep your Praying Mantis in the most perfect shape, but it is not necessary.

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Get creative with this 3D paper Praying Mantis insect!

Beware of this sexual cannibalistic woman!
The praying mantis, with its prominent front legs, praying for a prey. Armed and dangerous they will eat almost any other insect and even their own mate. Best weapon is the camouflage and the 180 degrees turning head with great eyes combined with super fast long but strong legs and sexual attraction. 😉 You can now take the insect life into your home decoration in a very animal friendly way. All our paper creations are made with FSC-paper. And so is this 3D paper Praying Mantis insect.

Assembling this 3D paper Praying Mantis insect is like a mindful journey. The feeling of joy when you are ready with assembling this beautiful Praying Mantis is great!

The Praying Mantis kit contains:

  • 1 black template for the body.
  • 1 colored template for the shield.
  • A paper stand.
  • A sheet with clear instructions.

You don’t need any scissors or craft knife to assemble this paper Mantis yourself!
After assembling you can add a few dots of glue to keep your Praying Mantis in the most perfect shape, but it is not necessary.

Praying Mantis facts:

The Scientific Name is Mantis religiosa. They are carnivores which means they eat other animals, women even their own husband! Moths, crickets, grasshoppers and flies are on their diet. The average life span when they live in the wild is 1 year. Their size varies from 0.5 to 6 inches.

Typically green or brown and well camouflaged on the plants among which they live, mantis lie in ambush or patiently stalk their quarry. They use their front legs to snare their prey with reflexes so quick that they are difficult to see with the naked eye. Their legs are further equipped with spikes for snaring prey and pinning it in place.

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