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Origami Warbler Instructions

The warbler is a loose-knit family of small songbirds, which includes the Japanese Bush Warbler. The origami warbler is a traditional origami that is easy to make.


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Start with a square of origami paper, colored side down, as shown below. Fold the top point down to meet the bottom, then unfold.






Then fold corner A to the right to meet corner B. Next, fold corner A back to the left, so that it overlaps the left edge of the piece by about half a centimeter. The exact overlap is not critical.





Now fold corner C down to meet corner D. Then valley fold along the line shown to form one wing:





Repeat on the backside to form the other wing, and your origami bush warbler is complete. You can draw eyes or use stickers to add some realism.




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