Paper Fortune Teller

Although it may not be a traditional figure like the tsuru (crane), the paper fortune teller we use to make as kids is technically origami (“folded paper”). So, apologies to everyone I ever told that it wasn’t (most recently my friend, Angela). Apparently it appeared in the book Fun with Paper Folding by Murray and Rigney, published in 1928.



2 thoughts on “Paper Fortune Teller

  1. Those were the days.. missed it very much.. My classmates and I used to play this game whenever we have nothing to do.. Inside the colour codes and numerical numbers each has some either positive encouragement or negative ones.. I wonder if children these days still play this..
    It’s like over 10 years ago since I’ve played it.. hahah.. Thanks for sharing. Cheers~


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