Introduction: How to Make a Cootie Catcher/Fortune Teller

Anyone can make these traditional schoolyard toys out of an ordinary piece of paper! The same technique is used to fold each toy; only the drawings change.

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prashant123 made it! (author)2008-09-01

the cootie catcher is the best

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monarchbutterfly made it! (author)monarchbutterfly2017-02-25

I know!

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stornato made it! (author)2011-07-10

These r the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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junebug57 made it! (author)2010-06-22

haha these are great... i already knew how to make them, but i didn't know what to write on them. I asked if i would live to be an old lonely cat lady, it said YES!! I LoVe ThEsE!!!!!!!! awesome vid 8D

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fragmaster4 made it! (author)2009-11-13

Hah, Mine has a sense of humor I asked my dad to ask the fortune teller a question and he asked it if I was losing my mind, it came up as maby :P

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Dragonblu80 made it! (author)2008-08-22

I always wondered how to make one of these. Nice vid! :)

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GorillazMiko made it! (author)2008-02-25

Cool! Might make these, and just throw them at people. Just kidding, these are cool, always see them made by kids at school... like to mess around with them Nice job!

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