Origami Folding Instructions : How to Make a Paper Fortune Teller

Origami Folding Instructions : How to Make a Paper Fortune Teller


Pick a number, now pick a color. Ah, here’s
your future. Today, my name is Robert Segundo, and I’m going to teach you how to make a paper
fortune teller. What we’re going to do, is we’re going to start with a square piece of
paper, and we’re going to take it, and we’re going to fold it in half, like so. Let’s open
it up. I’m going to fold it in half again, there we go. Let’s open it up. Now we’re going
to take these corners, and fold them into the center, like so, like so, all the way
around, until we have our square, like so. Now let’s flip it over. We’re going to take
these corner points and pull them in as well, on all four sides, like so. Now after we’ve
done with that, we’re just going to fold it in half. Now these little flaps here are going
to be your initial flaps. So what we’re going to do, we’re just going to kind of stick our
fingers under the flaps, like so, and we’re going to kind of take it and force it into
this shape, like this. And then you can play your game. And it says, Anthony is so into
you. My name is Robert Segundo, and this is your paper fortune teller.

74 thoughts on “Origami Folding Instructions : How to Make a Paper Fortune Teller

  1. Thank you so much for posting this! I did these all the time as a kid – but couldn't remember how. Now I will teach my kids! Thank you!

  2. hahaha you what i learned…… dont try this with a little sticky note XD!!!! lol im gonna try it with a normal paper see how it goes!! XD thnx

  3. oMG thank u soooo much. I'm doing this french project and were making fortune tellers. So anyway this really helped me. Thank u!!

  4. whats with all these so man and you need one of these i will show the pic on the coment[iminent=mW983EFIjR3] thats what you need wasting all that time
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  5. Thanks! Your video helped. My husband and I had to make 30 of them for my daughter's first grade class. Needless to say, we have a couple paper cuts!! Hah. But the kids loved being able to put their own fortunes in them.

  6. Thank you! My daughter got one of these for valetines day, it all ready had the lines in it, but I couldn't remember for the life of me how to fold it. There were no instructions. Your video is perfect!

  7. Thank you! My five year old has been asking me to make one of these all weekend! Your video was very easy to follow!

  8. my thoughts. I think have ing things like this to make. and that some one to show you how. is very speshel. terra dill thank you.

  9. this is not very fun he is waayy to fast!!! and pausing isn't a very good option. I need a slower easyier and cooler video.

  10. That's it, yes.  What is funny is all the "young" people who just think it's lame.  It was totally fun when we were in grammar school before cell phones and computers.  They probably think you made it up. lol

  11. I made these in elementary school! Thanks for the quick and informative video. All the other one's are upwards of ten minutes, so I appreciate that this one didn't take but less than two.

  12. I couldn't make them in grade school and I still cant even with this great tutorial..for some reason I can not get the paper to meet evenly in the middle..wtf

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