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Your paper should look like a square.
Take the top right corner and fold it down to the bottom left to form a triangle. Unfold your paper.
Take the top left corner and fold it down to the bottom right to form a triangle. Unfold your paper.
Your paper should now have two invisible lines on it. Draw a dot where the two lines meet.
Take one corner and fold it up to the middle of your square.
Take one corner and fold it up to the middle of your square. Be sure to leave it folded.
Take one more corner and fold it down to the middle of your square. Be sure to leave it folded.
Fold the bottom corner all the way to the top corner
Take the left corner and fold it over to the right corner.
Lastly, tuck the flap back in
You now have your own origami book mark
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