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    Accordion fold village

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    • Rebecca B.

      Accordian fold village- extention of Hundertawsser buildings --can change it up to christmas village?

    • se7en_hoods

      This is cute, my little people will love it!!! Accordian fold village- extention of Hundertawsser buildings

    • Kathleen Alvey

      Accordian fold village- extention of Hundertawsser buildings Used this idea, but the kids made each angled fold to represent the transition from rural to suburban to urban after reading the book The Little House.

    • Mandy Battles

      Accordian fold village- extention of Hundertawsser buildings. Use for work with setting.

    • Beth Jones

      Accordian fold village. (Click around for other ideas. Translate at top.)

    • Saarah Shaik

      Accordian fold village - Click image to find more Art Pinterest pins

    • Karen Cox @ PreKinders

      Art idea for communities or homes theme.

    • Susan Jolly

      lilla a folding paper houses

    • Okey Dokey

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