Origami 101: The Cuddly Fox

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Double Cute!

Hello everyone! Today, I’ll be starting off a brand new, semi-weekly series of posts called Origami 101! :^D

Now, I originally posted another tutorial last week, but somehow, it got deleted, and is totally erased from the internet! (*GRRAAAA!!!!* <- Me, screaming at the computer in frustration.) So, let’s keep the introduction brief for today, and just jump right into the tutorial!

Level: Easy

Step 1.

Place of your paper color side down, then fold in half triangularly.

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Step 2.

Unfold, then fold in half the other way.

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Step 3.

Flip the paper over. Then fold the two corners up to the third corner. (As shown bellow)

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Step 4.

This part’s tricky to explain so watch the slide closely. Grab the two ends between your fingers and fold in half.

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Step 5.

Fold one of the right ends over.

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Step 6.

Open the fold, then flatten it. This will create the face.

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Step 7.

Flip your paper over, and repeat what you did for step 5.

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Step 8.

Flip your paper back to the front, and fold the left corner over. This will make the tale and keep your fox upright.

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Step 9.

Last step! Take a black marker and add the eyes, nose, and little feet!

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Cute!

Naturally, because it’s winter, I gave this little fox an even tinier fox in his winter coat!

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Double Cute!

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I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s post! Have any suggestions for what next? Leave a comment!

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