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Step by Step explanation of how to create an origami poems book from a single sheet of paper.

Step by Step explanation of how to create an origami poems book from a single sheet of paper.


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  • 1. Folding an Origami Poems BookFolding an Origami Poems Book Created from a single sheet of 8 ½ x 11 copy paper.
  • 2. It’s Easy To Fold An Origami BookIt’s Easy To Fold An Origami Book
  • 3. Poems On A Single Sheet Of PaperPoems On A Single Sheet Of Paper
  • 4. It’s A Small Book Once folded, an Origami Book Is 4 X 2.5 Inches.
  • 5. The First Fold Fold Printed Page Lengthwise,Text Facing Out
  • 6. Second Fold The Second Fold is Widthwise
  • 7. Third Fold With the print side up, fold one end of the book toward the center.
  • 8. Repeat Fold on Other Side Repeat, folding the other end toward the center. The blank side of the paper will be facing you.
  • 9. All Folds Are Done Open your paper, print side up, to see all the folds you’ve created. Each page of the book is visibly contained within these folds!
  • 10. PreparingTo Make The Cut With the printed side facing you, fold the book in half widthwise. The Title page will be at the lower right corner.
  • 11. MakingTheTop Cut With the book folded in half widthwise, cut across the top of theTitle page fold – through the two layers. Remember to cut only across this top fold!
  • 12. The Cut Is Done This shows the cut that you’ve made. The book is almost done!
  • 13. OpenView Of Cut Hold the top folds and press the middle pages outward to create the book.
  • 14. The Book Becomes Press the two middle folds and the pages of the book become more defined.
  • 15. ReadyTo Read With the folds made and the cut done, the book is ready to read.
  • 16. Take It WithYou You can take your Origami book with you when you go for a walk – or while you’re waiting to take one.
  • 17. Recycle With A Friend When you are finished reading your book, please recycle with a friend.