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My First Origami Fairy Tales Kit
Most wizards in fairy tales are wise and good, and use their magical powers to help others. Older wizards are easily recognizable by their flowing robes, pointed hats, and long white beards.

Wizards like to live alone out in the woods where they can practice their magic in peace.

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  • How to fold origami. Origami Wizard - Step 1
    Step 1

    Begin with the white side facing up.

    Fold and unfold the left corner to the right corner.

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

    Fold the left edge to just past the center crease, as shown by the dotted line.

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

    Fold the right edge to the dotted line—the same distance as the left edge. The flaps will overlap.

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

    Fold the model in half, bottom to top.

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

    Fold the top point down to where the flaps intersect on the back, indicated by the dotted line. You may have to hold the model up to a light to see that point.

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

    Pleat the left and right flaps around the underlying triangular flap to form the sleeves. See the next diagram for placement.

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

    Fold the left and right sleeves forward slightly. Mountain fold and unfold the model up to the bottom of the beard along the center. This helps the model stand.

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

    The completed Wizard.

    Now come up with some magic words for him to say!

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Spooky 1979
Spooky 1979 · Tama, Iowa, US
Love I can't wait to try this Love
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