Hi there. Here's an Origami 101 lesson: how to make a mini booklet. It'll have 6 pages, and it's not even that hard to make!

8.5" by 11" sheet of paper
Scissors (not pictured)

This project will consist of many different folds and such. Not that hard, though. 
Well, let's get to work!

Step 1: Step 1: Downwards/mountain fold

First, you just need to simply fold the sheet of paper downwards, from front-top side to front-bottom side. This is also known as a mountain fold. 

Sorry for my super-detailed description of the fold. I just wanted to be sure that you understood the fold. Please don't feel insulted.


<p>Very helpful - thanks! I had given up on a similar item (that did include page numbers that helped me understand the final steps). Your seemingly simple (to you!) explanations and pictures were perfect in helping me make this. </p>
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