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Easy Origami Envelope Folding Instructions - How to make an Easy Origami Envelope

Easy Origami Envelope Folding Instructions - How to make an Easy Origami Envelope
This is a great one - the easy origami envelope. You write your message or letter, then fold it into an envelope - all with just a single sheet of paper! Made this origami? Comment and Submit your photo using the comment box at the end of this page! Easy Origami Envelope Step 1: Start with an A4 paper (8 inch x 11.5 inch). It should work with most rectangles too. Easy Origami Envelope Step 2: Fold paper in half as shown below. Easy Origami Envelope Step 3: Fold the top right down to meet the center crease. Easy Origami Envelope Step 4: Now fold the bottom left to meet the center crease. Easy Origami Envelope Step 5: Now fold the right side to meet the left vertical edge. Easy Origami Envelope Step 6: Fold the left side to meet the right vertical edge. Easy Origami Envelope Step 7: Rotate the paper 90 degrees clockwise: Easy Origami Envelope Step 8: Fold the right side down to meet the bottom edge. Easy Origami Envelope Step 9: Open the bottom flap and tuck in the right side. Back: Front:

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