Paper Wasp

This 3D puzzle kit contains all parts to assemble the Paper Wasp without glue. The wasp body is made of black cardboard. The wings are available in gold and transparent paper.

Size: 7 x 12,5 x 3 cm

11,75 incl VAT

SKU: Wasp Category:

Get creative with this 3D paper Wasp insect!

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

You can now take the insect life into your home decoration in a very animal friendly way. This paper version is very human friendly. All our paper creations are made with FSC-paper. And so is this 3D paper Wasp insect.

The Wasp kit contains:

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

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

Wasp facts:

The Scientific Name of the Wasp is Vespula vulgaris. Wasps are some of the world’s most diverse creatures as this category of insects has more than 100,000 species worldwide. While most people think of wasps as aggressive insects that live in large colonies, the vast majority of wasps are peaceful, solitary creatures. Although related to bees and ants, wasps are characterised by their slender, smooth bodies that have few hairs. They also have a narrow petiole or “waist” that attaches the abdomen to the thorax.

Wasps live all over the world, living on every continent except Antarctica. Their venom contains a pheromone that makes other wasps more aggressive when they smell it. Wasps can repeatedly attack because their stinger is not barbed like those of bees.

These insects are omnivores, meaning that they eat all kinds of food like nectar, honey, fruit, tree sap, and human food. They also eat almost every pest that harms crops, including grasshoppers, aphids, flies, caterpillars, and even bees as well as other garden pests, making them invaluable partners in the propagation of fruits and vegetables. They will often travel as far as a half kilometer from their nests when searching for food.

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