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This video explains how to make a ball of origami, can be added a wire and is a ball for Christmas

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    darman12

    9 years ago on Introduction

     This is totally AWESOME! I just made one and it is SWEET!

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    nunorsantosplazmaonu

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Hi! The sheet of paper has to be square. To a ball of Christmas 10 x 10 its ok. :) Nuno Santos

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    baba87

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Im having a hard time making this. I used a square shape paper (8x8 inches) but it wont make a dimond shape at the end. can you list smaller size paper that could be made using this instrutions.

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    jabapythbaba87

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    any square piece of paper can be used. I've made them out of 4x4in, and 2x2in, and even 1x1 in :D

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    deedeedee9

    11 years ago on Introduction

    wow that is a variation of the Sonobe unit that ive never seen before, did you create that yourself or if you didnt who did? and by the way it looks like you used Harry Potter-esque book covers to make the model looks cool though thumbs up

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    nunorsantosdeedeedee9

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Hi, this is a variation of the Sonobe unit, but is not mine. I use a "Zara" catalog sheet. Thanks,

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    darius3

    11 years ago on Introduction

    A sonobe modul variation..absolutly exaiting!! This is really ...good and very impressive! Thanks!

    Damn, that looks cool,except that I picked all the wrong colors, like beige and pink. . . so it looks weird. I'm gonna try again with red, orange, yellow, blue, green and purple. I feel that I should mention that this takes up 6 pieces of paper, for anyone who is ready to try. Cool instructable!

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    Kevvixx

    11 years ago on Introduction

    It looked like a square at first then at the end i saw how it was a ball. Very Cool.