Users can build anything from the "Minecraft" world using printable "Minecraft" pictures. Projects span from 2D printables of popular biomes from the game to 3D papercraft creations. Additional materials needed for these projects may include scissors, tape, tacks, cardboard, markers or crayons, and glue.
Official Minecraft papercraft sets let players re-create blocks including grass, dirt, redstone, diamond and other ores, as well as characters, such as skeletons, creepers and Steve the player character. These sets come in themes ranging from "overworld" to "utility" to "shelter." Individuals can purchase these sets in retail stores like Walmart or Walgreens or online on Amazon.com or Walmart.com.
Unofficial versions of these sets appear online at sites like ColoradoMoms.com and other similar hobby craft sites. Crafters may want to use thicker paper to increase the durability of these items, as they require extensive folding.
"Minecraft" fans can also use 2D printable blocks to make dioramas within a square box, or for crafts like refrigerator magnets.
Other projects include coloring pages, party decorations and invitations, photobooth masks and accessories, and framed or mounted wall art.
Pre-printed items are available for sale on sites like Etsy and eBay, and print-your-own guides and resources appear on Instructables.com and similar crafting sites.