I’ve had a lot of requests (including from my son) for some cars and trucks for the paper city.  So here they are!  There’s a template below if you want to try them out.  Just cut on the black outlines and fold.  Cool!

Template: Click on the image below, then print.

57 Responses
  1. Peggy Rice

    My son is one happy little man! If you add a helicopter he will be over the moon:) We love all of your designs!

  2. Joel Henriques

    Thank you everyone!

    Peggy Rice – That's a good idea! I'll definitely have to make a helicopter.

    Effie – Thanks for showing me your paper city colorings. You have some great artists in your house!

  3. Jose

    Today I arrived to your blog, it´s amazing!
    I enjoyed with all of your proyects. I'm from Argentina, so my english may be pretty poor … I'm sorry.
    I recomend you another blog of a young girl from my country, your children will like it too: http://www.anaparatodos.com

  4. Lori Henriques

    tres chic, joel! the design is perfect for picking up. and i love the focus of flowers & ice-cream as the main businesses in town. :)

  5. Anonymous

    Thank you so much for sharing your lovely city design. It kept my 4 year old and I very occupied for most of the afternoon today. His older brother and father were also quite interested in it when they got home later in the day. Thank you for being so generous with your designs.

  6. Micah

    Thank you so much for your design. We have a bustling Paper City at our house thanks to your generosity. Thank you for sharing it.

  7. melro

    from one blog to another I came to yours. WOW!!! such great ideas and design! congratulations! I'll be adding you to my blogroll so I can "follow" you :)

    are you portuguese?

    If so: parabéns e continuação de um excelente trabalho!
    abraço e saudações artísticas aqui do velho continente :)

  8. Joel Henriques

    Thank you so much everybody. I love looking at all of your cities!

    Melro – Yes, my name is Portuguese, but it goes way back. I'd love to go to Portugal someday.

  9. Anonymous

    would you accept to adopt me or mary me even if I'm old, already married and French ??? No !
    mmmm, then I am going to continue to dream in front of the "merveilleux" world that you create and share here.
    Thank you so much; you've got a great talent!

  10. Anonymous

    thanks for the idea and template my children have had loads of imaginative playtime using them. the photo paper was a great tip.

    1. Cool, I love that trick too! I’ve been doing this with another paper project that I’m working on, but haven’t tried it with the paper city cars. Nice one!

    1. Cindy – I’ve actually got something in the works that space and rocket people will hopefully really like! It’s a project I’ve been working on for months! Hope to get it done soon.

  11. sara-lee

    yes sorry typo *pinterest i cant seem to see the pin it button anywhere on your page? very very cool stuff by the way, Im a primary school teacher and your ideas are fantastic for the classroom:)

    1. Yeah, I don’t have a built-in pin button for my page, but you can pin photos from any site by using the Pinterest droplet thing. They have instructions for how to do it. Good luck and thanks again! Happy teaching!

  12. Stephanie

    Hello Joel,
    somehow, I can’t print the vehicule page right. When I click on the template, it doesn’t open as a pdf but it opens in the browser. Am I the only one experimenting this problem?

  13. Morro

    Oh, Joel, thank you so much for making these adorable images available. My 7-year-old will love them. Say, I think it’s super that you offer them for free, but I was wondering, have you ever thought of putting ALL your coloring pages and paper city pages together into ONE PDF and then charging a nominal sum for it? It took me quite some time to click on and save as all the documents, and I know that *I* would certainly be willing to pay a buck or two to get them ALL AT ONCE, in one PDF. You could still offer them for free individually, but for those of us who want or need to maximize their brief online time each day, having ALL of them with just one click would be worth a dollar or two. Thanks for such a great site and such lovely resources!

    1. Thanks Morro! As for the one download. That’s a good idea. I’ll have to think about the best way to do that. Also, I’m in the process of producing some of the paper cities as kits that people can buy. I’ll keep everyone posted.

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