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babytreese
babytreese · Montgomery Village, Maryland, US
What size paper?
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aurelas
aurelas · 3 projects
This looks so fun! I may try it soon. Happy
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charmaine
charmaine · Singapore, SG · 10 projects
sweet!
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Anye
Anye · Blackpool, England, GB · 2 projects
I didn't know what the hamburger and hot dog things were but I got it! I have done this before (my teacher also taught me this) and I have, since then, forgotten... Now I'm gonna make some books >=D
Thanks!
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aya R.
aya R. · Brooklyn, New York, US · 17 projects
That's really great - I'm going to give it a shot later today.
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PJ F.
PJ F. · Fort Valley, Virginia, US
you're using your noggin! These would be great to make up for kids to make a book about what they like or anything! You could also mount this into an altered book too! so many uses!
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miss lizzi
miss lizzi · United Kingdom, GB · 9 projects
oooo have to try this !!
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Nix Sidhe
Nix Sidhe · Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US · 4 projects
I just picked up "How to make books; fold, cut, & stitch your way to a one of a kind book" and this was in there. I never even thought about this for a really simple book. It's such a great idea!
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CO + K User

Opposites-girl: folding hotdog means folding the paper longways across from left to right (long, like a hot dog). Hamburger means folding shortways from top to bottome (short & compact, like a hamburger).

Cute tutorial. ^^
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1426 projects
Your zine looks really cool by the way!
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