By John Montroll
Easy instructions and obviously distinct diagrams for making greater than forty two tasks, from effortless to complicated. contains origami candles, stockings, bells, stars, and different conventional tree embellishes; a paper educate; a Nativity scene with Mary, the clever males, and child Jesus, and a iciness wonderland with Santa, a sleigh, and reindeer.
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