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Origami Booklet

Origami Booklet

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Published by Nitoya Lee

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Published by: Nitoya Lee on Oct 26, 2011
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Origami Booklet
This booklet is easy to fold out of rectangular pieces of paper of any size and there are so many ways you canuse it! You can use colored paper, recycled envelopes(like our comic book), and tiny scraps of paper to makebooks for dolls and fairies too. They are great for scrap-books and lapbooks. You will need a pair of scissors.Start with a rectangle of paper.We used A4 for this booklet.Fold in half.Open out again.Open out again.Fold the edges in tomeet the crease youhave just made.Fold in half the other way.Fold back in half the firstway, and cut carefully alongthe dotted line as shownabove.Open out again.
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