Hello, I’m Catherine, and I’m glad you’re here! If you’ve got a square of paper we’ll begin. I’m using paper which is coloured on one side so that you can see the difference between the two sides more easily. It’s quite straightforward, so I’ll be quiet most of the time and just point out a few things as we go along. We’re just folding two of the corners here not all four of them. You need the half with the creases on it nearest you. Now we’re going to hold down the right side and pull out the left side, just enough to get that flap out. And then do the same on the other side. Now, we’re going to fold from that centre point at the bottom, out towards the tip so it’s a straight line. It’s a bit fiddly but once you’ve done it once or twice, it’s fine. Then the same on the other side. So, as you can see, we’re nearly done. Just the tail to go. There’s quite a lot of paper to fold here so just do the best you can. As with most things, the more you do the better you get. The traditional design is to leave the ears straight like this Which I think looks nice too. I’ve been having fun curling them. You can make them from recycled paper and draw on them decorate them and put them on cards, maye or give them as gifts, or just make them for fun! So have fun making them and see you next time! Bye!