Here are the rest of the Snapology models that I folded.  In my last post about the largest model (the Truncated Icosidodecahedron) I stated that I didn't use any glue (which I didn't), however some of the smaller models required it.  I used glue dots (which my wife so graciously offered to let me try and which I depleted rather quickly :) to hold the tabs down on some of the models for aesthetics sake.  My favorite models are the larger ones that required no glue.

The whole collection.
Another shot of the entire collection smallest to largest.
The 3 smallest units.  The yellow and blue model on the left is a Tetrahedron (4-sided), the yellow and red model on the right is a cube (6-sided), and the blue and yellow model in the middle is an octahedron (8-sided).  I had to use glue on all of the sides of each of these models to hold them together.
A close-up shot of the Dodecahedron (12-sided) model; I had to use glue on some the sides of this model.
My second favorite model, the Icosahedron (20-sided) model.
The Truncated Cube model.  This is one of the models that I had to use glue to hold together.
This  is the Truncated Cuboctahedron model.
This is actually the first Snapology model I tried.  I followed the instructions from the Web site which has you take a normal sheet of copier paper and make the strips; this produces a larger model than the rest of the ones I folded.
Another shot of the first Icosahedron.  I love the size.
Here's a shot giving a comparison of the different models. 
Last, but not least, is my favorite model, the Icosidodecahedron.  Before making this model my favorite was the Icosahedron.  I love the five-pointed stars that are created all the way around this model.
Once again, the link for learning Snapology is here.  Enjoy :)

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