How to Make a Secret Letter




Introduction: How to Make a Secret Letter

Everyone has had a time in their life when they had something special to say but wanted to hide it from anyone else but the recipient's eyes. Well this secret letter form I am about to show you, will give you just the opportunity to do so. Enjoy.

Step 1: Materials

Only one material is needed and that is a plain piece of lined notebook paper.

Step 2: Folding the Right Corner

Fold over the right top corner of the notebook paper to meet almost the bottom of the left bottom corner of the notebook paper, as seen in the photo above.

Step 3: Folding the Slanted Angle

Next fold over the right bottom part of the slanted angle of the triangle to completely touch the left side of the notebook paper as seen above.

Step 4: Turn the Paper to the Back

Next turn the paper to the back and fold the bottom part of the paper up to a little lower than the middle of the paper to form a rectangle as seen to the left above. The picture to the right shows what the back should look like at this step.

Step 5: Folding the Rectangle Shape

Still turned to the back, now fold the rectangle shape up so that the front part of the previous step is now at the back with a little triangle left at the top. View the picture above.

Step 6: Turning the Triangle Upside Down

Turn the paper so that the triangle is now at the bottom pointing down ( as seen in picture above), and then fold the triangle staight up and tuck the tip into the little pocket below it .

Step 7: Finished Letter

You now have your finished secret letter. The pictures  above show the front and back of the finished letter. The front is the first one and the back is the second one. I hope you enjoyed making this.

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    This isn't really a secret letter. While it would be annoying, anybody could just unfold the letter and read the "secret" message.