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  • Starr Williams

    Sending a special note and don't have an envelope? In this four part series learn how to fold your letter into cool shapes so you can deliver them on their own. The only supplies you will need are your hands and your letter. Have fun! Part 1 of 4 - How to Fold your letter into a cool shape. Part 2 of 4 - How to Fold your letter into a cool shape. Part 3 of 4 - How to Fold your letter into a cool shape. Part 4 of 4 - How to Fold your letter into a cool shape.

  • Waldorf Hannah

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    how to fold letters into cool shapes

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