Materials needed: Template, printer paper, scissors, pencil (optional)
Click here for the template.
|The procedure is the same as Lesson 13 with the exception of |
adding another pair of steps to the center shape.
|The project can be enjoyed vertically as well as horizontally.|
|As the flaps get smaller, it is helpful to use something thin like a pencil to help pop them out.|
|This is how the project looks from behind.|
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