Jeff Dunham - Peanut Cube Craft Free Paper Toy DownloadThis cube craft paper toy is Peanut, a hyperactive, annoying, cute purple-skinned “woozle” with white fur covering most of his body, a tuft of green hair on the top of his head, and one sneaker on his left foot, the papercraft was created by SKGaleana.

Jeff Dunham explains in Arguing with Myself that Peanut is from a small Micronesian island, and that they met in Florida. Peanut’s humor is not based on a particular motif or stereotype, as those of the other characters, and has been described as “the bad kid”. He often makes fun of Dunham, and torments and mocks José Jalapeño on a Stick.

Touching upon his unusual appearance and personality, he asks Dunham in Arguing with Myself, after Dunham denies ever having done drugs, “Then how the hell did you come up with me?”. In Controled Chaos, Jeff came up with two new puppets to be a sketch with Peanut, “Little Jeff” and Little Peanut. During the show Jeff claimed he came up with Peanut when he came up with Jose. Peanut is allergic to nuts, dairy, fish, fire liquids, plastic furniture, textbooks, cat nip, execusive oxygen, tissue, meat, fruit, beestings, sugar, and dust. [Source: wiki]

You can download this cube paper craft toy here: Jeff Dunham – Peanut Cube Craft Free Paper Toy Download

For this paper model, we recommend that you use the material (Paper, Paint, Glue, etc.) to make. Here are Great Deals, and here are 100s of card making ideas. There is FREE sewing patterns that you may need.

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