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Book Folding – the Letter ‘M’ and Fringe Flowers

The Marvelous letter ‘M’ at work: My mother makes a mouthwatering mincemeat muffin. Most monsters make messes. Many merry maids milked many moody milk cows. How many ‘M’s can you use in one sentence? Directions: Height of book: 9 inches Number of pages used: 234 Pages (117 leaves) First 12 folds:   1.5 inches from […]
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As the Month Unfolded – I Folded

We’re at the Bland Beige House in Arizona now. The weather here has been much better than Alberta – where the temperatures turned brutally cold soon after we headed south. I haven’t been feeling at my best for a few months – interesting how life can throw you a medical curve ball and recovery takes […]
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Literary Origami – Book Folding 202 – A Paw Print

The following is my attempt to further explain Book Folding. I say attempt, because writing instructions is actually quite difficult. I have a new found appreciation for people who write manuals… The Basics of Book Folding are covered in this post: Book Folding 101. Here is a video that will help you visualize what I […]
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Book Fold Angel – Decorated

The Book Fold Angel is finished. I added curly paper hair, a halo, and a ribbon around the neck. How to Make the Curly Hair I used two book pages to make the hair. I trimmed the margins off of the top, bottom and one side of the page, and left a small margin on […]
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Literary Origami – Folded Book Angel

This is one of the easiest Book Fold Projects I’ve found so far. If you would like to try it, the instructions are below. (Be sure to read the Book Folding 101 post first if you have never folded a book.) 1.  The book – mine was almost 180 pages long (90 leaves). If your […]
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Literary Origami – Book Folding 101

I wanted to show you how to make a Folded Book Angel – but there are a few things you might want to know before you try this: 1. There are no hard and fast rules for Book Folding! It is kind of a free-form craft. There are a few techniques, however, that make it […]
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Book Folding – Literary Origami

Do you fold down a corner of a book page (dog-ear) to mark you place? I can’t bring myself to do that – maybe because I have so many cool book marks! Or maybe it is just a lifelong habit – I suppose a hold over from a time when books were less available and […]
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