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Bat Pop-up Card

By Jeremy Shafer ©2002

This would make a good wedding invitation for Batman, but he might not find time in his busy schedule to fold it or even get married for that matter!

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Valley-fold and unfold.

Valley-fold.

Valley-fold.

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Valley-fold.

Turn-over.

Valley-fold.

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180º

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Rotate 180º.

Valley-fold and unfold.

Pull the two interior flaps as far apart as possible and flatten. Reversefold Valley-fold.

Flatten well. Like this. try the alternate method shown in the cloud. Step 12-16 Alternate Method 12 13 14 Valley-fold. 18 19 20 21 Valley-fold and unfold. Reverse-fold. Rotate 90º. Valley-fold.12 13 14 15 Valley-fold. Valley-fold one flap. . Valley-fold and unfold. Pull out the interior flap. 90º 16 17 Valley-fold. Repeat behind. Valley-fold and unfold. 22 23 24 25 Reverse-fold. Valley-fold in half. 15 16 17 Like this. It’s easier but results in an extra crease. Reverse-fold the interior colored flap. Repeat behind. The white portion stays in place. Valley-fold. If you get stuck on steps 12-17. Valley-fold at the existing crease and unfold. Outside-reverse-fold.

Reverse-fold. Valley-fold. Pull out the right triagular flap. Repeat behind. Crimp. 30 31 32 Cut-away view. Like this. Valley-fold and unfold. Reverse-fold. Valley-fold. Reverse-fold. Turn-over. . Repeat step 30 behind. Valley-fold and unfold.26 27 28 29 Crimp. 33 34 35 36 Squash. 37 38 39 40 This is how the interior edges end up. Repeat steps 33-39.

Reverse-fold. . Reverse-fold. Valley-fold. 44 45 46 47 Like this. Reverse-fold. Bring up the flap.41 42 43 Cut-away view. 48 Repeat steps 45-48 behind. Valley-fold. Repeat steps 41-43 behind. tucking the flap into the pocket. Pop-up Bat is ready for a night out on the town or perhaps in the seclusion of an envelope.