Ever put a cup of pudding in your lunchbox and forget to bring a spoon? Then you have to awkwardly try to eat it by slurping it straight out of the cup... Well, little did you know, with the help of origami, the pudding cup already comes with one! The same concept can be applied to cups of Jello or Yogurt.
Step 1: For Starters
First things first, you need a pudding cup you wish to nosh on. Then pull off the top, slowly, so that it comes off in one piece.
Step 2: To Lick or Not to Lick?
Here comes the fun part... So that none of that other pudding on the lid gets in the way either lick it clean off or merely wash it off if you don't happen to care for that sort of thing.
Step 3: Start Folding
Once clean, start by folding in half.
Step 4: More Folding
Then start by folding the two edges into the middle, where you previously creased.
Step 5: Yet More Folding...
Once unfolded, take the corners and fold then to the lines folded previously, TWICE. Precision isn't really a big deal for this...
Step 6: Finishing Touches
Now you fold the edges into an even skinnier "kite" for the handle.Then fold the inner flaps out to made a large "bowl"...
Step 7: The Finished Spoon
Now you have a spoon for your pudding! Origami style! So the next time you forget a spoon for your pudding, impress your kids, friends or relatives with such a folded spoon.
Jasmine Skye made it!