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Make your own origami paper with patterns and short meditation

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Make your own origami paper with patterns and short meditation

In this video, Sophie Babeanu (Expressive Arts therapist) is conducting a short meditation sequence and then I will show you how to make your own origami paper with patterns and fold it into a candy box.

The finished candy box
You can scan and print your patterns to use them more than once.

You can find the instructions for the candy box here:

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The candy box works well as a container for small items like rings
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