The full instructions and diagrams for this loveable Origami Panda Bear are contained on the printables page. Be sure to check out Joel’s definition of a valley fold and a mountain fold under the instructions. This craft is best suited for the more experienced or teen crafter.
Trivia: Giant pandas live in broadleaf and coniferous forests with a dense understory of bamboo, at elevations between 5,000 and 10,000 feet. Torrential rains or dense mist throughout the year characterizes these forests, often shrouded in heavy clouds.
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InstructionsTo make this Origami Panda, print out the instructions on the printables page.
In the instructions I use two terms that may be unfamiliar to those who've never done origami before -- valley-fold and mountain-fold. A valley-fold, indicated with a dash-dash line, is formed when you fold the paper toward you, creating a valley. A mountain-fold, indicated with a dash-dot-dot line, is formed when you fold the paper away from you, creating a mountain. An easy way to think about it is the following -- If you valley-fold a piece of paper and turn it over, it's now a mountain-fold.
Origami Panda Bear
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