ORB IT!

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Introduction: ORB IT!

For centuries, the mystical wonders of the Lathan Orb have escaped the brightest minds of mankind. Now you too can possess this magical wonder. ORB it and achieve the same level of greatness, enlightenment, and intellect as history's most beloved human ever, Lathan.

Legal Disclaimer: Users/makers of the ORB may not actually reach level equivalent or congruent to that of Lathan. By making the ORB, you consent in full to the terms and conditions posted in a hidden chamber within a secret location that may or may not actually exist.

Step 1: Materials

8.5 x 11 inch paper (1 sheet per ORB)

Scissors

Scoring tools

Tape

Computer & Printer

Cutting Board (Optional)

Step 2: Print It

Print the ORB guide lines on the back of your selected paper.

Step 3: Score It

Using the scoring tool, score along the 12 semi-circular lines.

Step 4: Cut It

Carefully cut the out the outer perimeter of the rectangle.

Step 5: Tape It

From the 3 strips create 2. rings using the tape to adhere the edges inside the ring and outside as well.

Step 6: Insert It

Place one ring inside the other.

Step 7: Weave It

Weave the remaining strip to create the last ring and adhere with tape.

Step 8: Adjust It

Rotate each ring so that the scored semi circles are visible all 6 sides of the structure

Step 9: ORB It

Fold down each side of the scored semi-circle watch your ORB take shape.

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    I just put cardstock in my printer and sat down to make one of these. I cannot find the page to print. Did you by any chance forget to upload it?

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    My apologies. It has been added.

    Thanks. (I did the same thing once.)

    I have been wanting to make some of these as Christmas ornaments. Thanks.

    That looks really neat! Great first instructable :)