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So random, so cool!
You can use them however you want- decorate your workspace or room with them, turn them into bookmarks or make them fridge magnets by gluing a magnet to the back or make tiny ones and turn them into badges(See instructions for button badges for this).

Posted by Shivi from Perth, Western Australia, Australia • Published See Shivi's 14 projects »
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  • How to fold origami. Origami Pencils - Step 1
    Step 1

    Cut out a rectangle strip of paper. Start off with bigger ones and when you get better at this project you can make smaller ones.

  • How to fold origami. Origami Pencils - Step 2
    Step 2

    Make a crease along the dashed line by folding the strip in half.

  • How to fold origami. Origami Pencils - Step 3
    Step 3

    Fold the right hand corner of one of the ends into the middle.

  • How to fold origami. Origami Pencils - Step 4
    Step 4

    Make a crease along this dotted line.

  • How to fold origami. Origami Pencils - Step 5
    Step 5

    see the 2 blue dots/points? Fold the paper backswards (that's on the left side of the dotted line) until the 2 points meet.

  • How to fold origami. Origami Pencils - Step 6
    Step 6

    It should look like this.

  • How to fold origami. Origami Pencils - Step 7
    Step 7

    The section that has the star on it ,fold it inwards so it lies on the other half.

  • How to fold origami. Origami Pencils - Step 8
    Step 8

    It will look like this.

  • How to fold origami. Origami Pencils - Step 9
    Step 9

    Make small folds to sharpen the tip of your pencil. The pink bits are the sections I folded.

  • How to fold origami. Origami Pencils - Step 10
    Step 10

    Turn over and colour the pencil in.
    Voila!
    You can actually use coloured paper but it must only be coloured on one side and you start on the blank side. I didn't have any available to me so I just coloured it in at the end.

  • How to fold origami. Origami Pencils - Step 11
    Step 11

    Now you can experiment with different colours and sizes. You can even decorate your pencil with little pictures or use patterned papers.
    NOTE: All the little marks I drew on the back of the pencil were just for demonstration, you do not need to do these.

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Megani ^_^
Megani ^_^ · Hitchin, England, GB
These are cute'n'quirky things to make Happy
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Courtney Couture
Courtney Couture · Keller, Texas, US · 20 projects
this is really neet, too bad i have like 12 projects to do lol
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Corona T.
Corona T.
I think that's a neat project my girls will love this we will do them with fabric
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EbonyMae.
EbonyMae. · Kingswinford, England, GB · 2 projects
i love this! it's really neat! x
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katie
katie · 5 projects
please don't stab me lol, shame bout my black one it totally owned yours
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