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How To Make An Origami Butterfly

How To Make An Origami Butterfly

Origami is a traditional Japanese art of paper folding, which started around the 17th century. It has evolved greatly since that time and has become a popular hobby. Origami art is created by making different sized folds such as mountain folds, valley folds, reverse folds,…

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