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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

I love folding papers and things. ^_^

Anyone who has sat by me at a seminar, play, or Bible study will probably notice that I folded up my paper pretty quickly. If I don't desperately need a flier, agenda, or hand-out then it will soon become either a water balloon or one of various kinds of airplanes. Here's one example of some major-scale page folding:

It's just an abstract shape, nothing too impressive.. And I hope nobody needs that book on Constitutional Law for a while...

I would love to be able to do some of this later on:


  1. Wow! That's so cool! Never seen it before, but it looks really fun.
    I'll have to show my brother. He's really good at doing stuff like this.

    (and YES it's letting me comment now!)

  2. I think you found your talent Coop's. These are super cool looking. You can come over to my house and do these with all my books. I was planning on burning all of mine but this looks like a better idea. You can especially do this to my chemistry book. I never want to see that book again. Like ever.

  3. Those are really neat. I love the octopus one :)

    I fold things too while I'm listening. Once during Sunday School I turned the handout into an origami box, and I've done cranes before as well.

    1. Yes, the octopus is pretty awesome. I would totally love to be able to do stuff in those last 3 pictures some day.