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### It flowed so easily from the frog base, so i tried to make a tie, and then i was hooked.

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Subscribe to receive weekly new origami tutorials!tutorial by: Lift the edge that runs across to the top, allowing the sides to fold inwards. Fold each side into the middle, then unfold. Watch the video above for the best instruction, and refer to the instructable for extra tips a… Find a side where the edge of the paper goes across the point like the end of step one, the open side should point downwards. Colored paper or plain a4; There are cosmetic differences, so i hesitantly call this one 'mine.'. Find a side where the edge of the paper goes across the point like the end of step one the open side should point downwards.

### It flowed so easily from the frog base, so i tried to make a tie, and then i was hooked.

Colored paper or plain a4; It flowed so easily from the frog base, so i tried to make a tie, and then i was hooked. This should make an elongated diamond shape. Lift the edge that runs across to the top, allowing the sides to fold inwards. Fold each side into the middle, then unfold. It can be a little tricky, but with a little practice anyone can do it! This is what started the whole thing. Subscribe to receive weekly new origami tutorials!tutorial by: There are cosmetic differences, so i hesitantly call this one 'mine.'. The name comes from their distinctive “wings” that would spread in attack formation, making an x shape. Watch the video above for the best instruction, and refer to the instructable for extra tips a… Find a side where the edge of the paper goes across the point like the end of step one the open side should point downwards. Find a side where the edge of the paper goes across the point like the end of step one, the open side should point downwards.

Find a side where the edge of the paper goes across the point like the end of step one the open side should point downwards. It can be a little tricky, but with a little practice anyone can do it! Colored paper or plain a4; This is what started the whole thing. It flowed so easily from the frog base, so i tried to make a tie, and then i was hooked.

There are cosmetic differences, so i hesitantly call this one 'mine.'. Fold each side into the middle, then unfold. It can be a little tricky, but with a little practice anyone can do it! Lift the edge that runs across to the top, allowing the sides to fold inwards. Colored paper or plain a4; Find a side where the edge of the paper goes across the point like the end of step one the open side should point downwards. Subscribe to receive weekly new origami tutorials!tutorial by: Find a side where the edge of the paper goes across the point like the end of step one, the open side should point downwards.

### It flowed so easily from the frog base, so i tried to make a tie, and then i was hooked.

The name comes from their distinctive “wings” that would spread in attack formation, making an x shape. Fold each side into the middle, then unfold. Watch the video above for the best instruction, and refer to the instructable for extra tips a… Find a side where the edge of the paper goes across the point like the end of step one, the open side should point downwards. This is what started the whole thing. Lift the edge that runs across to the top, allowing the sides to fold inwards. Colored paper or plain a4; It can be a little tricky, but with a little practice anyone can do it! Subscribe to receive weekly new origami tutorials!tutorial by: It flowed so easily from the frog base, so i tried to make a tie, and then i was hooked. This should make an elongated diamond shape. There are cosmetic differences, so i hesitantly call this one 'mine.'. Find a side where the edge of the paper goes across the point like the end of step one the open side should point downwards.

**42+ Origami X-Wing Gif**. Watch the video above for the best instruction, and refer to the instructable for extra tips a… Find a side where the edge of the paper goes across the point like the end of step one, the open side should point downwards. Fold each side into the middle, then unfold. This is what started the whole thing. There are cosmetic differences, so i hesitantly call this one 'mine.'.