Step 1: Basic Folds
Step 2: Amping Up the Difficulty
Take the now basic folded paper and evenly "dog-ear" the edges on the right side to the center (the right side being when the seam you created is facing you with the loose edges to your right.)
Fold your "dog-ear's" backwards away from the front of the seam in the paper
Now do the same "dog-ears" but this time backwards and away from the seam on the front side of the basic folded paper creating a double fold on the previous "dog-ears"
Step 3: Not Quite There Yet, But It's Looking Good!!!
flip the piece of paper over and fold the left side back over itself on the same base line as the triangle, created by the dog-ear folds on the right side. This should create a flap of paper rising out of the base of the triangle and the left side.
Thake this flap of paper and fold it over itself towards the left side
Fold the remainder of the flap once again back over itself towards the left side.
The final image is what your fold should look like from the side
Step 4: Only a Few More Folds Folks
Create new dog-ears on the left side that you just folded over that are at the same width as the final edges created in the last step. take this flap and it's new dog-ears and place them in the gap that was created folding up the initial triangle.
Step 5: So Close Just Keep It Up
Go back to the flap that you folded over twice in step three and fold it's edges to meet the line of the triangle you created initially. folded that successfully unfold it and fold line in between the the flaps as described in the sixth picture.
Turn the paper over and you are almost ready for final assembly
Step 6: Final Assembly
if viewed from the back you get a nice aesthetic of the upside down triangle, also if you turn it over to make the back look like a right way up triangle you have stronger stand just not as sexy.
P.S. I took the photos with my phone thats why it's not in the pictures