The owl is really fun to fold and cool to look at. Try it yourself.
Fold the paper in half by folding the top corner to the bottom corner.
Now fold the triangle in half by taking the left corner and folding it to the right.
Open the top flap and spread then crease the left and right sides so you can flatten the flap down to meet at the bottom corner.
Turn the paper over so we can do the same thing to the other side.
To mimic what we did earlier, lift the left flap up and open it from the left and right sides. Crease the sides down so its corner can meet the bottom corner of the figure.
Take the top layers of both sides and fold it to meet the center line like you see in the picture.
Now fold the top triangle down.
Unfold the top triangle and both sides.
Open the top layer and using the creases as a guide, fold the left and right sides in to meet at the center.
Turn the figure over so we can do the same to the other side.
Fold the left and right sides to meet at the center, then unfold.
Lift the top layer up all the way and using the creases as a guide, fold the left and right sides in to meet at the center.
Turn the paper over and fold that layer down also.
Take the left and right sides of the top layer and fold it in to meet at the center.
Turn the figure over and do the same thing to this side, folding the left and right sides in to the center.
Now we’ll make the wings. Pull out the right flap from inside the figure and twist it. Make sure to twist the rear side upwards.
Make the wings for the left side also.
Now on to the head. Fold a portion of the top triangle down, but make sure not to fold it down past the corner where the flaps meet.
Now fold the whole triangle down including that 1/4th piece.
For the feet, we’re going to need scissors. Take the bottom of the top layer and do a small cut up the middle.
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