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This origami boat figure tells a story of a boy traveling on a boat while you fold it. This is the end figure but from start to finish there are 4 di...
Fold a cootie catcher base. Start with square piece of paper and fold all the corners to the middle.
Fold the side edges to the middle
Accordion fold the rectangle. Make sure the side with the "flaps" is facing towards you.
Pull out a corner flap and crease along the inner uncreased edge
Repeat step 4 for all four corners. Now we can start telling the story. Story: There is a small island boy and he goes out fishing one day in his bo...
So look inside the one of the hulls of your boat and there will be one of those corners you folded to the middle in step 1. We are now making a "bo...
Story: So the boy sailed far out to sea and started fishing. He opened a tackle box he had made himself. The sky became dark and the boy in his smal...
Now fold the gate to the city figure. Close the box back up flat and then do the following steps. fff
Story: The boy was taken by guards to see the king of the city. The boy being polite knew that he should give a gift to a king but having nothing e...
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