This page have many things to do at home (recipes, papercrafts...)

Feel free to send pictures of your results and tell us about your "experiment".

The Sea Salt Ice Cream Recipe

The ingredients:
- 2 eggs
- 500 ml of milk
- 80 g of sugar
- 1 tea spoon of vanilla
- 250 ml of thick liquide cream
- About 1 tea spoon of salt
- Blue dye

What to do :
1 - separate the white of the eggs and the yolk
2 - beat stiff the white of the eggs
3 - mix the yolk with the sugar
4 - boil the milk at "midfire"
5 - put the milk in the mix of yolk+sugar
6 - put the milk+yolk+sugar on the fire to make it thicker (it musn't boil !!!)                                                                                                                                   7 - put this with the white of the eggs and mix it
8 - add salt (not a lot)
9 - put it in the fridge
10 - when its cold, add the cream, the vanilla and the dye
11 - put it in the freezer (in a ice cream mould if you have any) or with a ice cream machine(but froze without a mould also works)
12-wait until it is frozen and then well, eat it !!!

note: I never tried it so if someone could send me a picture that I can desplay and also, if he could share his impressions (good, delicious, discusting...) 

Thanks Laei !

Special thanks to: magicsnake (for translating it from french to english)

Source: http://www.khisland.info/seasalt.html

Paopu Recipe (rolled sugar cookies)

1/2 cup butter
1 cup sugar
1 egg

1/2 teaspoon vanilla & 1/2 teaspoon almond extract
1 teaspoon vanilla

2 cups flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt

You will need a big spoon, a beater, a big mixing bowl, measuring cups for the ingredients, plastic wrap, a rolling pin, extra flour for rolling in, a star shaped cookie cutter and other cookie cutters if you want.

Blend together butter and sugar. Mix in egg, vanilla/almond extract. Add dry ingredients (flour, baking powder, salt). Blend everything together well so there are no lumps. Refrigerate 1-2 hours. Roll out and cut with cookie cutters.

Cookie Cutters: Near the beginning of Kingdom Hearts you see Sora holding a paopu fruit, which allows you to guess the general size of the fruit. Its about as big as his hands, around 7 inches in diameter. Though in an official art picture of Riku, it is shown to be a lot smaller. Anyways, I have not been able to find any star shaped cookie cutter that is big enough. I used a normal sized star cookie cutter to make this fruit (3 inches in diameter). After you cut the cookie, you will want to shape it to more of a paopu shape, softer and rounder. Use the picture provided as a model. Make the ends rounder and shorter and don't forget to shape a stem! The picture shows 3 sort of stems, I only made the top one. The bottom two are too fragile, they would just break off, plus the paopu doesn't always need those other two stems. If you want you can shape a bite in the fruit as well.

Bake on a greased cookie sheet at 375 degrees for 8-10 minutes. Cool.

Ice and decorate.

Decorating: I used a mixture of powdered sugar and milk for the icing. Use a small bowl and a spoon, pour in some powdered sugar and a little bit of milk until it is the right consistency. Use a lot of powdered sugar and very little milk, you want it to be pretty thick, spreadable, but not runny so it stays in place on the cookie. When you are happy with the thickness, mix a drop of yellow food coloring in the icing. If you want it to be a little more orange, try adding a very little bit of red if you wish, but not too much! Use the icing right away, or it will dry. Spread the icing on the cookies but not on the part where the stem goes! If you have any yellow sprinkles, try putting some of those on. Wait for the yellow icing to harden. Once it has, then make the icing for the stem. Just add a drop of green food coloring instead. Spread that on and wait for it to dry.

These cookies can be frozen for later consumption, or you can eat them/ give them away to someone special. Enjoy! ^_^

Note: This recipe makes quite a lot of cookies. So if you just want to make a few paopu cookies, freeze the dough and use it some other time or cut the rest of the dough into other shapes. So hopefully everyone wants to have a Kingdom Hearts party or give away a lot of paopu cookies to friends.

Thanks to eversor for the recipe.

Source: http://www.khinsider.com/news/paopu-recipe.html


All you need to do is: download the files, print the pictures, cut them and put together the differents parts.

You can send your papercrafts pictures to snakebobo@gmail.com, I'll display them !

Wizard Heartless

all 4 colors are included in the zip
*Difficulty 3/10*

Kingdom key

***difficulty 6/10***


This model is extremely hard to assemble
due to the heads being very detailed.
******Difficulty 10/10******

Halloween town mayor

The mayor of halloween town is scaled to fit the Jack model and is
about 17 inch tall. (43cm)
***difficulty 6/10***

Jack Skellington

***difficulty 7/10***


rule #1 don't rush anything. take your time. most of the time people want the to finish fast and the model often end up with lots of white edges from the tabs being glued incorrectly.


important thing to do before cutting the pieces is to "score" the folding lines. you need a ruler and something pointy enough but that wont cut the paper. some people use a pencil that doesnt write anymore. personaly I use the tip of my tweezers. you need to pass over every fold lines. this way after cutting the paper will fold very easily and perfectly straight


as for paper and glue I don't use anything special. some poeple prefer ticker paper. I always used normal printer paper and white glue. I suggest using a cutting knife instead of scisors. some tweezers are also very usefull to reach some places inside models and hold tabs until the glue sets. toothpicks can be used to aply the glue on the tabs but about any object could work for that.

(from chamoo232's forum: chamoo232 is giving an advice to bizco17)


and megaupload




Kurt zisa



Source: http://members.home.nl/saarloos/index.htm

Heartless Logo

The heartless logo from kingdom hearts. Designed with Lightwave (C) and mapped with Photoshop (C).
This one might be a little tricky to assemble so make sure you check out the instructions.

Download - 1.79MB

Source: http://www.geocities.com/acid055/papercrafts.html