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Introduction and Copyright Notice......2 Origami Symbols...............................3 Card Holder....................................... 4 Tubby Card Holder..............................8 Heart Folder......................................

9 Double Heart Folder.......................... 15

Double Heart Button........................ 15 Fancy Folder......................................21 Desktop Folder.................................. 24 Fancy Porte-Monnaie...........................26 Heart Porte-Monnaie............................30 Butterfly Porte-Monnaie......................33

Fancy Origanizers is a book from Origami Office Series by Oriland authors that will teach you how to create practical origami organizers to keep your papers and little flat things neat and tidy whether you are planning to travel, create orderly drawers, thinking of back to school needs or just love to organize things around yourself in a cool original way! Do-It-Yourself fold these fancy origanizers, originally designed by Yuri and Katrin Shumakov. There are useful Card Holder and Tubby Card Holder to store your visiting cards and such, as well as charming Heart Folder and wearable Double Heart Folder with Double Heart Button. Such designs as Fancy Folder and Desktop Folder will help you to arrange things on your table. A line of original paper wallets - Fancy Porte-Monnaie, Heart Porte-Monnaie and Butterfly Porte-Monnaie can be very useful to keep flat things in their 3 expandable pockets; for instance, to store a passport and checkbook, paper money, tickets, credit-card slips, luggage-tags and so on. These designs look complex, but they have good algorithms of folding, so with detailed stepby-step diagrams and written explanations, everyone even a beginner will be successful. There are more than 200 detailed step-by-step colorful diagrams, placed on 36 pages that will guide you through folding the 10 original origami designs of the Oriland style. The 'Origami Symbols' section is explaining international origami symbols to help you to read diagrams for folding. The models are intermediate level of folding as shown by stars and are good for the novice and the expert alike. Happy folding!

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Fancy Origanizers. Origami Office Series. Copyright2009 by Yuri and Katrin Shumakov. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles and reviews. For information, address info@oriland.com This book is available exclusively in electronic format as a portable document format (PDF) file. The product can be purchased exclusively through www.oriland.com or from official Oriland distributors, see www.oriland.com/store/main.asp#distributors Any other ways of obtaining this book are considered illegal. NOTE: The diagrams from this book Publisher: Oriland.com may be printed out only for personal Product Format: e-Book use, and may not be redistributed Pages: 36 or republished in any way without Date published: 07/04/2009 the express written consent of the ISBN: 978-0-9811902-7-3 creator. For information, address Contents: 10 origami-designs info@oriland.com Price: US$5.95

These simple origami symbols will help you to read diagrams of folding.

Valley fold

Step fold

Turn the paper over

Mountain fold

Pull out

Turn the paper around

Valley fold and unfold

Inside reverse fold

Enlarging the following diagram

Mountain fold and unfold

Outside reverse fold

Reduction the following diagram

Push in. Sink Open and squash Fold the paper over and over X-ray view

Simple Simple-Medium Medium Medium-Complex Complex

The system of levels of folding is more as a guide line, an approximate approach just to orient you and mostly depends of your skills in paper folding. If you are a novice, even the simple level can be challenging for you. And if you are already a connoisseur even a complex model can be simple for you.

This card holder will help you organize your visiting, credit, membership cards in an original origami way. Use a rectangle of paper, for instance, Letter (8 x 11 inches) or A4 (21 x 29.7 cm) in size. If using two-color paper, begin with the colored side down. Start with a rectangle in the Landscape position (horizontal page orientation). Valley fold it in half from bottom to top. Press the 1 paper flat and unfold it. Valley fold the bottom half of the right-hand edge to meet the middle fold-line. Do not press the paper completely flat, but press down on it just a little, at the bottom edge, thereby making the small diagonal fold-mark. Then, unfold it. 2

Valley fold the right-hand edge over the intersection of the small diagonal fold-mark and the bottom edge.

Valley fold the left-hand edge along the border of the front flap, as shown. Press it flat and unfold it. Then, open out the flap. 4 Card Holder 2006 Katrin Shumakov - page 1

1/8 6 Mountain fold the upper half backward. 5 Working with the front layer, find approximately 1/8 of the right-hand edge. Then, valley fold the bottom edge up, as shown by the dots.

Mountain fold the bottom edge along the border of the front flap, as shown. Unfold it. Then, open out the flap.

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Working with the front layer, find approximately 1/2 of lower part of the side edges. Then, valley fold the bottom edge up, as shown by the dots.

1/2 Mountain fold the bottom edge along the border of the front flap, as shown. Unfold it.

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9 Open out the narrow flap. Then, unfold the back layer up. 10

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Working with the narrow vertical section, valley fold the corners, as shown. 12 Valley fold the top and bottom edges along the existing fold-lines.

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Once more valley fold the top and bottom edges along the existing fold-lines.

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Mountain fold the left-hand edge along the existing foldline, as shown. Then, turn the paper over.

16 Valley fold the righthand edge along the existing fold-line and start inserting it into the pockets 15

Continue inserting the right flap into the pockets. Note that its front layers should be inserted into the internal pockets, shown by dotted lines. Card Holder 2006 Katrin Shumakov - page 3

This should be the result. Mountain fold the upper half backward. 17

1/8 inch or 3 mm 18 Valley fold the top edge, as shown. Press it flat and unfold it. Separate the layers and open up the front flap. 19

20 Form mountain and valley folds in the middle along the existing foldlines. Mountain fold the upper part backward. The simple version of the card holder is ready.

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If, in step 17, do valley folding, than the card holder will look this way: with small pocket on each of front sides. 23 The card holders are ready to keep your cards. Card Holder 2006 Katrin Shumakov - page 4

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This should be the result. Turn the model over.

The first 19 steps are the same as for the base version of the card holder.

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Valley fold the side edges, as shown. Press them flat and unfold them.

Form mountain and valley folds in the middle along the existing fold-lines. Mountain fold the upper part backward. 23

Separate the layers as shown. Sink the side edges into the model along the fold-lines made in the previous step. 22

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Here is the completed Tubby Card Holder the advanced version of the card holder.

This tubbycard holder will allow keeping more cards in its pockets. So start to organize your visiting, credit, membership cards in this original origami way.

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You can do the card holder with small pockets outside. The small pocket can keep some narrow things like tickets of Mtro de Paris :-) Tubby Card Holder 2006 Katrin Shumakov - page 1

1/8 inch or 3 mm

1/8 inch or 3 mm

The tubby card holder will hold even more cards than the base version of Card Holder. Use a rectangle of paper, for instance, Letter (8 x 11 inches) or A4 (21 x 29.7 cm) in size.

This Heart Folder is perfect for storing small squares and little flat things. Use a large square of paper, for instance, a 10-inch (25 cm) square. The width of the finished folder will be 1/4 of the size of the original square. In our example, it will be 2 inches (6 cm). So if you do want the folder be, say, 7 inches wide, you need to multiply this digit by 4 and as a result to start folding with a 28-inch square of paper. Do not forget that if you enlarge the model, you need in thicker paper. If using two-color paper, begin with colored side down. 1 Valley fold the square in half from side to side. Press it flat and unfold it. Valley fold the left- and right-hand sides over to the middle fold-line. Press them flat and unfold them. Valley fold and unfold each of 4 equal sections in half. Valley fold the square in half from bottom to top. Press it flat and unfold it. 4 2 3

5 Valley fold the top and bottom edges over to the horizontal middle fold-line. Press them flat and unfold them.

Valley fold and unfold each of 4 horizontal sections in half. 6

Heart Folder 2006 Yuri Shumakov - page 1

Make the fold-marks, as shown, valley folding the side vertical sections in half.

Valley fold the left- and right-hand sides over to meet the fold-marks made in step 7. Valley fold the paper in half from bottom to top along the existing fold-line. 9

10 This should be the result. Open out the front flap. 11

Valley fold the bottom left-hand corner over to meet the adjacent edge, as shown. Press it flat and unfold it. Then, repeat the same for the right-hand side.

12 Valley fold the top and bottom edges over to the horizontal middle fold-line.

13 Valley fold the bottom lefthand corner over to meet the adjacent edge, as shown. Press it flat and unfold it. Then, repeat the same with the remaining corners. Heart Folder 2006 Yuri Shumakov - page 2 14 Open out the flaps.

This should be the result. Valley fold the corners over 15 to meet the adjacent edges, as shown.

16 Step fold the paper along the existing foldlines, as shown.

This should be the result. Form the mountains and valleys along the existing fold-lines, making step folding. Press the paper flat and unfold it. 17 18 Working with side edges, form the mountains and valleys along the existing fold-lines as shown, thereby shaping the model into the position shown in the next step. 19

This should be the result. Open up the front and back flaps.

Valley fold the side corners over the adjacent edges, as shown. Repeat behind. 20 22

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Valley fold the front flap up, as though turning the page. Repeat behind.

Valley fold the side corners over the adjacent edges, as shown. Press them flat and unfold them. Repeat behind.

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Working with the side triangular flaps, form the mountain folds as shown, pinching them along the existing fold-lines. Repeat behind. 23

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Valley fold the front flap a little and open slightly its layer at the left. Pinch the left-hand triangular flap along the mountain fold and insert it into the open pocket gently, at the same time bringing the front flap down

25 Continue inserting the side flap inside the layers of the front flap as far as it will go... 26 Continue inserting, pinch the very edges. The side flap should be completely placed inside the pocket, at the same time the front flap should be pressed down. 27

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28 Iron the paper flat along the hidden layers. Then, turn the model over. 29 This should be the result. Press the paper flat along the hidden layers, as shown by the dotted line. Then, from the right side, open out the front flap a little, meanwhile let the left side get loose. Repeat steps 24 to 27 for the right-hand side, thereby locking the model from both sides. Working with the side triangular flaps, form the mountain folds as shown, pinching them along the existing fold-lines. Repeat behind.

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Repeat steps 24 to 27 sequentially for the left-hand side and for the right-hand side, thereby locking the model from both sides.

Iron the paper flat along the hidden layers. This should be the result. It is the base form from which well develop a few versions of this fancy folder.

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Working consecutively with each side, separate the layers as shown and valley fold the half of the top edge over to meet the adjacent middle line. Press it flat and unfold it. Repeat for another side. 35

Open up the triangular flaps as shown.

36 Separate the layers at the top and valley fold the front layer down as shown, at the same time squashing the side points into the triangular flaps as shown in the next step. 37 Valley fold the front multi-layer flaps from the middle as shown. Press the folds flat and unfold them.

Re-form the folds into the mountains. 38

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Working from the right-hand side, separate the front double layer and valley fold the next layer as shown, thereby inserting it under the front layer and bringing the paper into the position shown in the next step. 39

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Separate the front layers and insert the triangular flap in between the layers, thereby locking the model from this side. 41

Repeat steps 39 and 40 for the left-hand side, thereby locking the model from the left side. This should be the result. Repeat steps 34 to 41 for the other side. This should be the result. Heart Folder is ready! 43

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You may want to shape the heart with more roundish tops. For that valley fold and unfold the top corners as shown. Repeat behind. 44

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45 Separate the layers and inside reverse fold the corned into the model as shown. Repeat behind. Heart Folder 2006 Yuri Shumakov - page 6

Here is the completed Heart Folder with the more rounded top flaps.

The Double Heart Folder consists of the Heart Folder itself and two double heart buttons. You will also need in a piece of string.

For each double heart button, use a square of paper, with the side about 1/6 of the side of the square used for Heart Folder. For instance, the Heart Folder is folded from a 10-inch (25 cm) square, take 1 -inch (4-cm) square for each double heart button. Use a square of paper, colored side up. Valley fold the opposite corners together, in turn, to mark the diagonal fold-lines, and open them up. Turn the paper over. 1 2 Valley fold the opposite sides together in both directions, and open them up. Bring the sides together and down towards you. Press the top down neatly into a square. 5 This should be the result. Turn the model over. 4

Valley fold the corners into the middle. 3

Valley fold the front flap in half and unfold it. Turn the model over. 6

8 7 Open out the layers and move them in the direction shown by the arrows into the position shown in the next step. Repeat behind.

Repeat step 6. Double Heart Folder 2009 Yuri and Katrin Shumakov - page 1

Valley fold the top corners to meet the diagonal fold-lines as shown. Press them flat and unfold them. 9

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Valley fold the top edge to meet the horizontal middle fold-line, at the same time push and squash the left- and right-hand top points.

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Valley fold the right-hand flap over to the left.

Valley fold the top corners to meet the diagonal fold-lines as shown. Press them flat and unfold them. 13

This should be the result. Turn the model over. 12

14 Valley fold the top edge to meet the horizontal middle fold-line, at the same time push and squash the leftand right-hand top points.

Mountain fold the top middle corners. Repeat behind.

17 Valley fold the right-hand flap over to the left. 15

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Valley fold and unfold the top middle corners as shown. Repeat behind.

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Sink the top point.

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Mountain fold the top corners, thereby shaping the heart. Repeat behind. Here is the completed double heart! 20

It looks pretty from both sides and the hearts core with a valve of other side of paper will be useful to make various decorations and attach the heart to something.

Take the ready the Heart Folder. Gently separate the layers in the middle of the folder as shown. Slight mountain folding will help. 2

Separate the layers of the double heart button and insert the backward flaps into the slit of the folder, each under the appropriate side. The Double Heart Folder is ready!

3 This should be the result. Add another double heart button behind. 4

This should be the result. Slide up the double heart button as far as it will go. Double Heart Folder 2009 Yuri and Katrin Shumakov - page 3

You may want to make the top flaps more rounded. Here is the completed Heart Folder with the more rounded top flaps.

Take a piece of string, twist it round the button, passing the string under the front layer as shown in the next step.

Make a knot gently; this is paper after all.

This should be the result. Turn the model over. 8

9 Now to lock the folder, simply twist the long end of the string round the button Double Heart Folder 2009 Yuri and Katrin Shumakov - page 4

10 and its done! Here is the completed Double Heart Folder with a locking string! 11

You can make a string loop attached to one button, and suitable to wear on your wrist.

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When you need to lock the folder, just twist the string round the button as shown. This should be the result. Here is the completed Double Heart Folder suitable to wear on your wrist! 13

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You may combine techniques of attaching of the string, having one short piece of string for locking the folder and another long piece for the big loop that you can wear around your neck!

15 Here is the completed Double Heart Folder as a useful and fancy decoration!

Play around with this lovely folder this is fun!

Double Heart Folder 2009 Yuri and Katrin Shumakov - page 6

The Fancy Folder with 3 pockets is perfect for storing small squares and little flat things. Use a large square of paper, for instance, a 10-inch (25 cm) square. The width of the finished folder will be 1/4 of the size of the original square. In our example, it will be 2 inches (6 cm). So if you do want the folder be, say, 7 inches wide, you need to multiply this digit by 4 and as a result to start folding with a 28-inch square of paper. Do not forget that if you enlarge the model, you need in thicker paper. If using two-color paper, begin with colored side down. The first 33 steps are the same as for the Heart Folder. See pages 1 to 4 of the Heart Folder article.

34 Unfold the triangular flaps behind as shown.

Valley fold the upper flap down as shown.

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Pinch the left-hand triangular flap along the horizontal middle fold-line and form the mountain crease, thereby folding this flap in half backward and displacing the layers to bring them into the position shown in the next step. Repeat the same for the right-hand side. 37

Separate the layers at the middle. Valley fold and unfold the front double layers as shown.

Fancy Folder 2009 Yuri and Katrin Shumakov - page 1

Separate the layers at the left-hand side and insert the triangular flap in between the layers, thereby locking the model from this side. Repeat the same for the right-hand side. 38

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This should be the result. Valley fold each half of the top edge over to meet the middle fold-line. Press them flat and unfold them.

40 Valley fold the top corner down as shown. Press it flat and unfold it. 41 Separate the triangular pockets and inside reverse fold the upper side corners along the existing fold-lines into the position shown in the next step.

42 Open out the layers and move them in the direction shown by the arrows into the position shown in the next step. Valley fold the little triangular flaps as shown.

Insert the little triangular flaps into the triangular pockets, thereby locking the top of the model. 44

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Open up the front flap. Then turn the model over. This should be the result. Fold and unfold the upper decorative flap. 45 46

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This should be the result. Fold and unfold the upper decorative flap. 48

Unfold the triangular flaps behind as shown and repeat steps 36 to 44 in order to form the other upper decorative flap.

Here is the completed Fancy Folder. 49

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This Desktop Folder will be useful on your table. It is perfect for storing small squares and little flat things in its 3 pockets. Use a large square of paper, for instance, a 10-inch (25 cm) square. The width of the finished folder will be 1/4 of the size of the original square. In our example, it will be 2 inches (6 cm). So if you do want the folder be, say, 7 inches wide, you need to multiply this digit by 4 and as a result to start folding with a 28-inch square of paper. Do not forget that if you enlarge the model, you need in thicker paper. If using two-color paper, begin with colored side down. The first 33 steps are the same as for the Heart Folder. See pages 1 to 4 of the Heart Folder article. Unfold the small triangular flaps behind as shown. Open out the triangular flaps as shown. 34

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Valley fold the top edge down to meet the horizontal middle fold-line, but it does not quite reach the middle about 2 mm or so, leaving a little space for further folding as shown in the next step. 36 Separate the layers at the left-hand side and insert reverse fold the side flap in between the layers, thereby locking the model from this side, just as we did for the triangular flaps earlier. Note that the side flap should be completely placed inside the pocket. Repeat the same for the right-hand side. 37 38

Valley fold the top flap down along the existing fold-line. Desktop Folder 2009 Yuri and Katrin Shumakov - page 1

Here is the completed Desktop Folder with the 3 pocket ready for your squares, paper clips and other little things. 41 40 This should be the result. Iron the paper flat along the hidden layers. Then, turn the model over. Open out the triangular flaps as shown. Repeat steps 35 to 38 sequentially for the left-hand side and for the right-hand side, thereby locking the model from both sides. Open out the pockets from the inside, straightening the side folds. This way the folder will securely stay on your desk.

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You may decorate your Desktop Folder with Double Heart Button. Fold the double heart button according to diagrams presented on pages 1 to 3 of the Double Heart Folder article. For each double heart button, use a square of paper, with the side about 1/6 of the side (or smaller) of the square used for Desktop Folder. For instance, the Desktop Folder is folded from a 10-inch (25 cm) square, take 1 -inch (4cm) square for each double heart button. 43

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Take the ready the Desktop Folder. Gently separate the layers in the middle of the folder as shown. Slight mountain folding will help. The Desktop Folder decorated with Double Heart Button is ready!

Separate the layers of the double heart button and insert the backward flaps into the slit of the folder, each under the appropriate side. 44 45

If the height of the heart is bigger than the slit on the folder, you may fold back the top points on the backward flaps before insert them into the slit.

This should be the result. Add another double heart button behind if you want. Or you may want to add a smaller Double Heart to the button (see the cover of the book).

Desktop Folder 2009 Yuri and Katrin Shumakov - page 2

This Fancy Porte-Monnaie could be very useful to keep some flat things in its 3 pockets. Use a large square of paper, for instance, a 30-inch (76 cm) square. The width of the finished purse will be 1/4 of the size of the original square. In our example, the size of the purse will be 7 (19 cm) wide, 4 inches (10 cm) high, 1 inches (4 cm) deep (expandable), which is ideal to store a passport, checkbook, tickets, luggage-tags and so on. You may use gift wrap paper to master this model. If you do want the Porte-Monnaie be, say, 4 inches (10 cm) wide, you need to multiply this digit by 4 and as a result to start folding with a 16inch (40 cm) square of paper. If using two-color paper, begin with colored side down. The first 33 steps are the same as for the Heart Folder. See pages 1 to 4 of the Heart Folder article. Unfold the small triangular flaps behind as shown. 34 Open out the triangular flaps as shown.

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Valley fold the top edge down along the existing fold-line.

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Valley fold the front flap up to meet its upper edge. Press it flat and unfold it. Valley fold the middle corners over to meet the adjacent edge, as shown. Press them flat and unfold them.

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Separate the layers of the front flap and valley fold the bottom edge up along the existing fold-line at the same time squashing the middle corners into the triangles as shown in the next step.

Fancy Porte-Monnaie 2009 Yuri and Katrin Shumakov - page 1

Working with the right- and lefthand front flaps, valley fold them in half as shown. Press them flap and unfold them. 40

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Mountain fold the top edges of the right- and left-hand front flaps along the existing foldline as shown. This should be the result. 42

Valley fold the bottom edge of the front flap up to meet its horizontal middle foldline. Press it flat and unfold it. 43

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Separate the front layer as shown and inside reverse fold the bottom edge along the fold-line made in the previous step, thereby bringing the model into the position shown in the next step.

Separate the layers at the left-hand side and insert reverse fold the side flap in between the layers, thereby locking the model from this side, just as we did for the triangular flaps earlier. Note that the side flap should be completely placed inside the pocket. Repeat the same for the right-hand side.

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This should be the result. Iron the paper flat along the hidden layers. This would be a first version of the front panel for our Porte-Monnaie.

Fancy Porte-Monnaie 2009 Yuri and Katrin Shumakov - page 2

Working with the back multilayer flap, valley fold the top corners along the adjusted edges as shown. Press them flat and unfold them.

48 Carefully, valley fold the top edge of the multi-layer flap over the adjusted fold-lines as shown. There will be a small displacing the internal layers, which is okay, as it will help in further folding. Press the fold flat and unfold it.

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Unfold the small triangular flaps behind as shown. 49

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Unfold the front small triangular flaps as shown. 51 Working consistently with each side, separate the layers as shown and along the fold-line made in step 48, mountain fold the front layers inside the model. Repeat for another side, thereby bringing the model into the position shown in the next step. 52

Mountain fold the side flaps backward and insert them between the layers.

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Along the fold-line made in step 48, valley fold the top edge down, at the same time inserting the front layers, folded in the previous step, into the pocket as shown. 53

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Valley fold the corner as shown. Press them flat and unfold them.

Inside reverse fold the corners inside the layers.

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Press all the folds on the flap carefully. Softly fold and unfold it.

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Insert the flap into the pocket on the front panel.

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Here is the completed Fancy Porte-Monnaie!

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The Heart Porte-Monnaie could be very useful to keep some flat things in its 3 pockets. Use a large square of paper, for instance, a 30-inch (76 cm) square. The width of the finished Porte-Monnaie will be 1/4 of the size of the original square. In our example, the size of the purse will be 7 (19 cm) wide, 4 inches (10 cm) high, 1 inches (4 cm) deep (expandable), which is ideal to store a passport, checkbook, tickets, luggage-tags and so on. You may use gift wrap paper to master this model. If you do want the Porte-Monnaie be, say, 4 inches (10 cm) wide, you need to multiply this digit by 4 and as a result to start folding with a 16inch (40 cm) square of paper. If using two-color paper, begin with colored side down. The first 42 steps are the same as for the Fancy PorteMonnaie. See the Fancy Porte-Monnaie article. Fold the front flap up as shown. Valley fold the upper corners of the front flap up to meet the middle point. 43 44

This should be the result. Valley fold the front flap down along the existing fold-line. 45

Separate the layers at the left-hand side and insert reverse fold the side flap in between the layers, thereby locking the model from this side, just as we did for the triangular flaps earlier. Note that the side flap should be completely placed inside the pocket. Repeat the same for the right-hand side.

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This should be the result. Iron the paper flat along the hidden layers. This would be a first version of the front panel for our Heart Porte-Monnaie.

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Working with the back multilayer flap, valley fold the top corners along the adjusted edges as shown. Press them flat and unfold them.

49 Carefully, valley fold the top edge of the multi-layer flap over the adjusted fold-lines as shown. There will be a small displacing the internal layers, which is okay, as it will help in further folding. Press the fold flat and unfold it.

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Unfold the small triangular flaps behind as shown. 50

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Unfold the front small triangular flaps as shown. 52

Working consistently with each side, separate the layers as shown and along the fold-line made in step 49, mountain fold the front layers inside the model. Repeat for another side, thereby bringing the model into the position shown in the next step. 53

Mountain fold the side flaps backward and insert them between the layers.

Heart Porte-Monnaie 2009 Yuri and Katrin Shumakov - page 2

Along the fold-line made in step 48, valley fold the top edge down, at the same time inserting the front layers, folded in the previous step, into the pocket as shown. 54

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Valley fold the corner as shown. Press them flat and unfold them.

Inside reverse fold the corners inside the layers.

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Press all the folds on the flap carefully. Softly fold and unfold it.

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Insert the flap into the pocket on the front panel. 58

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Here is the completed Heart Porte-Monnaie! Heart Porte-Monnaie 2009 Yuri and Katrin Shumakov - page 3

The Butterfly Porte-Monnaie could be very useful to keep some flat things in its 3 pockets. Use a large square of paper, for instance, a 30-inch (76 cm) square. The width of the finished Porte-Monnaie will be 1/4 of the size of the original square. In our example, the size of the purse will be 7 (19 cm) wide, 4 inches (10 cm) high, 1 inches (4 cm) deep (expandable), which is ideal to store a passport, checkbook, tickets, luggage-tags and so on. You may use gift wrap paper to master this model. If you do want the Porte-Monnaie be, say, 4 inches (10 cm) wide, you need to multiply this digit by 4 and as a result to start folding with a 16inch (40 cm) square of paper. If using two-color paper, begin with colored side down. The first 42 steps are the same as for the Fancy Porte-Monnaie. See the Fancy PorteMonnaie article. Fold the front flap up as shown. 43 Valley fold the upper corners of the front flap up to meet the middle point. Press them flap and unfold them. 44

46 This should be the result. Valley fold the front flap down along the existing fold-line.

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Separate the layers of the front flap and fold the top middle point down, at the same time squashing the side corners into the position as shown in the next step. Butterfly Porte-Monnaie 2009 Yuri and Katrin Shumakov - page 1

This should be the result. Valley fold the bottom point of the front flap up. Press it flat and unfold it. 47

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Open out the layers at the bottom of the front flap and stretch them apart, thereby brining them into position shown in the next step.

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50 Working with the small flaps, valley fold them as shown.

Insert the small flaps between the layers, thereby locking the butterfly design on the front panel.

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52 Separate the layers at the left-hand side and insert reverse fold the side flap in between the layers, thereby locking the model from this side, just as we did for the triangular flaps earlier. Note that the side flap should be completely placed inside the pocket. Repeat the same for the right-hand side. This should be the result. Iron the paper flat along the hidden layers. This would be a first version of the front panel for our Butterfly PorteMonnaie.

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Working with the back multilayer flap, valley fold the top corners along the adjusted edges as shown. Press them flat and unfold them. 53

54 Carefully, valley fold the top edge of the multi-layer flap over the adjusted fold-lines as shown. There will be a small displacing the internal layers, which is okay, as it will help in further folding. Press the fold flat and unfold it.

Unfold the small triangular flaps behind as shown.

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Unfold the front small triangular flaps as shown. 57 Working consistently with each side, separate the layers as shown and along the fold-line made in step 54, mountain fold the front layers inside the model. Repeat for another side, thereby bringing the model into the position shown in the next step. 58

Mountain fold the side flaps backward and insert them between the layers. Butterfly Porte-Monnaie 2009 Yuri and Katrin Shumakov - page 3

Along the fold-line made in step 48, valley fold the top edge down, at the same time inserting the front layers, folded in the previous step, into the pocket as shown. 59

Valley fold the corner as shown. Press them flat and unfold them. 60 Inside reverse fold the corners 61 inside the layers.

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Press all the folds on the flap carefully. Softly fold and unfold it.

63 Insert the flap into the pocket on the front panel.

64 Here is the completed Butterfly Porte-Monnaie!

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