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Pea buddies




Chompers can devour a zombie whole, but they are vulnerable while chewing.

I saved the most difficult model for last… Assemble the top+bottom purple head parts first, then the lips and attach them to the mouth. Glue the teeth to the back of the lips. Don’t forget the tongue. Add the spikes along the top center of the head. Attach the stem to the back of the head, just below the center. Since he’s top heavy, you might have to crush the stem a bit to center the weight on the base so that he doesn’t fall over. Finally, glue some leaves from the Stem pattern to the base of the stem.

Chomper (pdf)
Chomper with numbered edges (pdf)


Cactuses shoot spikes that can hit both ground and air targets.

The top half of the flower is double sided. Glue both sides together before cutting out the petal edges to avoid doing extra work. To make attaching the arms and snout easier, attach the bottom on the main body last. For extra support, roll up some scrap paper and put it inside before sealing.

Place the spikes on the arms and scatter a few on the body. If you have trouble putting the spikes together, try using a pencil or pen tip to press the edges firmly together while the glue is still wet.

Cactus (pdf)
Cactus with numbered edges (pdf)

Snow Pea

Snow Peas shoot frozen peas that damage and slow the enemy.

As with the Peashooter, I recommend starting with the inside of the snout, working outwards and towards the back. It gets a little trickier when you get to the crystals on the back of his head. If you have big fingers, I suggest using a pencil or pen tip to press the edges firmly together while the glue is still wet. Once you’ve assembled all the crystals, arrange them with the largest crystal in the center with the small and medium crystals alternating around it like so:

Once the head is done, plop it on top of another Stem+Leaves base.

Snowpea (pdf)
Snowpea with numbered edges (pdf)