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May 07, 2006
Envelope and Letterfolding
For those of us who do not rely solely on email.
16 years ago
OK, now I need a post about how to make my own paper.
Bees would like this link. *sniff
Making paper ...
Ironically, it involves using paper.
I wish I was smarter so I could figure out what those destructions are. Duh de duh duhhrrrr . . D'oh
For a long time, I used this
Origami CD case guide
for easily making CD envelopes froma single sheet of letter-sized paper, to give discs to friends and such.
Bees would like this link.
*blows nose loudly into tartan hanky*
OK, I've been buried in work for weeks, and I'm just coming up for air. Where's bees?
He seems to have OD'd on ice cream or something.
Ahhhhh... I haven't been completely buried. But I've missed you guys! On topic, why am I such a bad correspondent? I can never make myself sit down and write a letter. And I'm forever buying greeting cards and not sending them.
I'm a total origami nerd. Back when I had a job that consisted almost solely of answering phones, I would sit by the hour folding away. Haven't folded a note since high school, though, so this'll be fun to try!
Oh, and by the way...
sure beats those 'twin towers and burning pentagon' dollar bill folding tricks.
And, now, really... what's up with Bees?
Lara: Me too--I buy 'em, don't send 'em, feel bad about it. Still don't send 'em. And I just love to get snail mail. *wacks self on head