This DIY Rizal Monument is your next crafting project
You can download the template for free!
(SPOT.ph) You might have missed Rizal Day (December 30) because it happens between Christmas and New Year, but don’t let that stop you from taking this opportunity to honor Jose Rizal. Whether you’re a crafting enthusiast, a history buff, or you just want to use your spare time creatively, you'll love the National Commission for Culture and the Arts’ (NCCA) print-and-fold Rizal Monument. It looks like a realistic miniature replica of the real thing in Rizal Park, but it’s really just paper—which is awesome! (Read: No photobomber.)
The template, designed by Ryan Arengo, is made up of four parts: the obelisk, a small base for Rizal and the other figures, a bigger base, and the plate that serves as the structure’s stand. Don’t let the finished structure intimidate you; the printout comes with labels on where to fold for easier assembly!
Click here to download the print-and-fold Rizal Monument for free.