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How to make a simple origami triangle bookmark

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If you don’t want to rip a scrap of paper off of an old piece of homework, or if you can’t find that bookmark you had from your local bookstore, try this simple and ‘friendly‘ origami triangle bookmark, which fits on the top corner of your last read page. It’s pretty easy to make: Pick a paper you like. The size that you begin with will determine if it’s smaller or larger.

Related folding via Boing Boing: Origami Resource Center. There are also a lot of origami videos on this site, including how to make a spinning top.

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