Peashooters are your first line of defense. They shoot peas at attacking zombies.

I recommend starting with the inside of the snout, working outwards and towards the back. The leaf parts should be glued back-to-back (it’s double-sided) and then attached to the back of the head. Use the Stem Pattern for the base.

Peashooter (pdf)
Peashooter with numbered edges (pdf)


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  1. hi! all your plants are wonderful. i’m trying to do the peashooter. do you recommend any kind of paper to use for best results? as of the moment, I used plain bond paper. thank you and keep on planting! 🙂

    • Thanks! Personally, I just use plain ol’ printer paper, but using fancier, heavier paper can’t hurt if you want your models to be sturdier. Thicker paper might make it harder to fold, though, especially for the small corner pieces. I do prefer my office’s laser printer over my home inkjet printer since the colors are brighter and don’t smudge as much. I’ve also found that a thin coat of acrylic gloss can help seal the ink and add a bit of shiny protection, too 😉

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