In this video I’m going to show you how to fold a very simple butterfly. We’re going to first fold the model in half with the color side up, in both directions. Then turn the paper around and fold it diagonally, in both directions. And then you collapse the model into the water bomb base. Then you’ve got the open bit down there, and the closed point up. Then you take one of the flaps and you fold … this point to the point down there, making an angle bisector at this angle. And you do the same thing on the other side. Then you turn the model around. You’ve got the closed point, and you fold that up so there’s some space up here – the tip – it doesn’t matter that much how much there is. And when you’ve got that, you fold here, and you can’t quite lie the model flat so you’re going to squash fold on the sides. So you fold that down. And depending on how much you have this bit hanging over, these squash folds are going to look slightly different. This is what you get. Then you fold that tip over, and then you fold it back again at about a third, I guess – it doesn’t matter that much. So you can see a small point here. Then you fold the model in half, just like so, and then you do a valley fold along here like so. (Let me draw that in.) That’s where you valley fold. Just valley fold that down, and the same thing on the other side. And then you’ve got a nice, simple butterfly. And if you’ve got time, you can do loads, and loads, and loads of butterflies! They’re giveaways for a fair, and I’m going to start counting now … This is one, two, three, four, five, six … (fast forward counting …) … 130, 144 butterflies! So I’m going to make 140 people happy. There you are. And I’ll be folding more!