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Have fun! I think you might have difficulty using tissue paper - I used thin card as the bellows do need a certain amount of strength.
Thank you :-)
Thanks for the info!
It is not really necessary, Once you start folding it is pretty obvious which is which
Yeah - there is a YouTube video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJ-IQtBI3HY
There are various bits and pieces on my website, try searching for bellows - https://www.robives.com/search/node/bellows
You certainly have to take care to be accurate and the bellows are fiddly to fold - hope it worked for you
Thanks Karen, do give it a try, it's a fun build :-)
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Thanks! I'm delighted that you enjoyed making it
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