Instructions Fold your square sheet of paper in half, then in half again the opposite way. Fold it in half once more to form a triangle. Fold it over again so it looks like this. Now take off the two bottom edges that overlap by about 1/4 inch. You should now have a circle!

Paper circles are perfect for decorating cookies, cakes, and other sweets. You can also use them as templates for making cutouts or as base shapes for creating **larger designs**.

There are several ways to create a paper circle. The easiest method is to start with a square piece of paper and fold it in half, then in half again. Then rotate the paper so that the folded side is on the outside. Continue folding the paper in the same direction until you reach the point where you want to stop adding layers. You can also start with a triangle piece of paper and fold it in half twice, then flip the paper over so that the unfolded side is showing. Keep doing this until the paper becomes a circle.

Folding paper creates **a flat surface** which makes it easy to work with. If you want to make **a circular template** out of paper, you can simply fold it into a circle first and then use as a pattern to cut out different shapes using **your printer** or photocopier.

- How do you make a circle out of paper?
- How do you make a square out of a rectangle of paper?
- How do you make a paper Pokemon step by step?
- How do you make a paper spear step by step?
- How do you make a paper windmill?
- How do you make a box out of paper without glue?
- How do you make a paper corner bookmark?
- How do you make a cube out of one piece of paper?

Steps

- Fold one corner of the paper to meet the opposite edge. This brings the short side of the paper over to one of the long sides.
- Cut off the extra paper. Cut along the edge of the triangle to separate it from the extra paper.
- Unfold the triangle. You now have a perfect square with a diagonal crease in it.

Begin with a square piece of origami paper with the color side down. If you just have ordinary 8.5x11 paper, you may produce a square sheet by following these steps. You may also make use of this vibrant printable origami paper. Fold the left half to the right, then unfold. Repeat on the other three sides, creasing carefully as needed.

Now take the folded piece of paper and lay it flat on your work surface. Use a pencil to draw two lines that cross each other at a 90-degree angle. The center point of **the crossing lines** is where you should place your first paper puppet.

Fold the paper in half lengthwise, along one of **the vertical lines**. Now fold it again, this time along the other vertical line. The original square shape of the paper should be visible through **both folds**. Unfold all four corners completely so that there are no loose edges remaining. This is very important!

With the colored side up, place one foot on **each corner** of the paper, near its bottom edge. Lift up on your feet to lift the paper straight up into the air. Be careful not to let any parts of the paper touch the ground underneath!

Holding the paper above your head, reach inside the chest area of **your dress** or shirt and pull out a small ball. This is your first paper puppet.

Steps

- Stack and fold 2 sheets of standard paper in half lengthwise.
- Fold the paper in half again to make a strong crease.
- Bring the top 2 corners down and align them with the crease.
- Align the bottom corners of the triangle with the crease.
- Fold the bottom corners to the crease leaving 1⁄2 inch (1.3 cm) of space.

- Cut two 20cm squares of paper, one in each colour. Place one sheet on top of the other.
- Cut from one corner along the diagonal fold stopping around 3cm from the centre.
- Fold four alternate corner sections down to the centre of the paper, holding each section under your thumb at the centre as you work.

So please accept my apologies in advance for the poor photos.

- Make the Paper Square.
- Fold twice, making 4 squares.
- Fold to the center.
- Make it a Pamphlet.
- The ‘wait, what’ step.
- First Part Should be able to be Folded Step.
- The Other Side (oooooooo)

Corner of Origami Bookmarks

- Fold the square paper across the diagonal to make a triangle.
- Rotate to bring the long edge parallel, then bring the right corner up to meet the top corner.
- Repeat with the corner.
- Open up the last two folds.
- Folds down the top corner – only take one sheet of paper.

Here's what you should do.

- Fold one piece of paper in half to make a crease and then open.
- Fold the top and bottom of the paper into the crease.
- Turn the piece of paper over so that the folds are facing down.
- Fold one corner up, so that it touches the opposite side.
- Fold one corner down, so that it touches the opposite side.