How To Make An Origami Mouse

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    Fold the flap back over to the left, leaving a gap as shown.

    28. Fold the flap back over to the left, leaving a gap as shown.

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    Open the paper out to this position and reverse inside fold the last 2 creases.

    29. Open the paper out to this position and reverse inside fold the last 2 creases.

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    Fold the paper back to this position.

    30. Fold the paper back to this position.

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    Look under the mouse and fold the bottom of the tail underneath.

    31. Look under the mouse and fold the bottom of the tail underneath.

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    Fold the ears backwards a little.

    32. Fold the ears backwards a little.

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    Using a finger or pencil, open the ears so they look rounded.

    33. Using a finger or pencil, open the ears so they look rounded.

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    The traditional origami mouse is complete.

    34. The traditional origami mouse is complete.

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    You can fold the lower section under to give your origami mouse different poses.

    35. You can fold the lower section under to give your origami mouse different poses.

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2 Comments for “How To Make An Origami Mouse”

  1. Mine went well actually, some of the steps were slightly hard but nothing i couldn’t do. Was great but maybe the pictures need to be a bit clearer because its hard to tell when its all brown, otherwise great!