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This instructable will teach you have to fold your letters or notes into small self contained envelopes with a few simple folds. Perfect for passing notes in class ...
You will need; A piece of paper. This works with standard writting paper or regtangle shapes. Your hands A friend to read your secret message (optional, but more ...
This part is easy. Fold the letter in half lengthways with the message inside the folded paper so it is hidden by the fold.
Open the paper out again with the message facing you. Now you need to fold the 2 outer edges against the centre fold you have just made. On ...
Now you need to unfold the two flap you have just made. Then you need to fold the bottom corners of the paper in. The bottom of the ...
Next you need to refold the flaps to the centre, but keeping the two triangles you just made in place. Once you have done this you also need ...
Turn your letter over. You then need to fold the bottom of the letter up. This should be roughly a third of your letter length.
Fold the top flap down. You may need to experiment with this fold and the last fold so that it is even and the edges meet propally.
On to the last fold now.Nearly done. Once you have made a few of these your be able to fold it in seconds flat. The flap we have ...
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