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To make fortune teller: cut out a square of paper. Fold it in half. Unfold. Fold it in half the other way. Unfold. Use as guidelines to fold the corners to the center. Flip the paper over. Then fold corners in again. Flip over and put your fingers in the finger things. Write fortunes, numbers, and colors on the fortune teller.

abacus- A pinner wrote: I plan on making beads rows of two contrasting colors ( 5 & 5) for quick sliding and calculating! The eclectic, hodge-podge of color as above is a little too busy for the eyes!

How to "age" paper - #DIY #paper #Crafts

A fortune teller (also called a cootie catcher,[1][2] chatterbox,[3] salt cellar,[4][5] or whirlybird,[3]), is a form of origami used in children's fortune-telling games." wait there's an algorithm in this?

Soak for 3 hours, then place in 2 1/4 cup to dry. Mod podge paper that has been cut to fit. * May need to sand roungh edges before wearing.

Rolled newspapers, art straws cardboard tubes of rolled corrigated cardboard, glue elastic bands for holding...

Paul's Adventures decorations. We used an overhead projector and clipart from the internet to create these drawings on white paper. We laminated and stapled them up so we can share with another church.

from Etsy

Handmade Beaded Cross

Put beads on wire then wrap around nails to make a cross.