Snowman - 3D Cardboard Model Kit

Item number: 101556

EAN: 9421035150590

Snowman - 3D minifigure to build yourself.

Category: EUGY


11.90 Fr.

including 7,7% VAT. , plus shipping

Recommended retail price: 11.90 Fr.

Shipping time: 37 - 39 workdays

Available from: 30.07.2021 (Pre-order is possible)


Snowman - 3D minifigure to build yourself.


Usually a snowman consists of three snowballs of different sizes, stacked on top of each other, which represent the lower and upper torso and the head. The face is usually made of pebbles or pieces of coal as eyes, a carrot or branch as a nose and several small pebbles as a mouth.
As far as we know today, the snowman has its origin in Germany. He is said to have been shown for the first time on a copper engraving from 1770, a Leipzig children's book.


The unique 3D minifigure of this loving collector's collection can be easily put together from numbered cardboard layers, one after the other, to form this fascinating figure.


Age recommendation: from 6 years

Size of the finished figure: 8.2 x 3.7 x 8.1 cm (L x W x H)

Weight of the finished figure: 0 grams

Installation time: 10 - 20 minutes

All parts (depending on figure 20 - 28) are numbered


The set contains everything you need to assemble this unique 3D animal figure from environmentally friendly and biodegradable corrugated cardboard.

The assembly is very easy, as you put the numbered cardboard layers together one after the other to form a fascinating figure.


Made from environmentally friendly, biodegradable corrugated cardboard.

Printed with natural, environmentally friendly, rice-based ink.

Non-toxic, water-soluble, naturally degradable glue.


The manufacturer supports numerous animal and environmental protection organizations with the proceeds of the EUGY figures. Designed and patented worldwide in New Zealand.


Product weight: 0,094 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width × height ): 8,00 × 16,00 × 2,50 cm
Model scale:
Model weight:0.000 Kg
Model dimensions: (width x height x depth):8,10 x 3,70 x 8,20 cm

Original Video Assembly Manual