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The bottom has no holes and the other bottom only opens from the bottom. Here is the bottom you fold this to middle line like that and go to the other side. Turn it over and then turn this over, do the same thing.
Now you have gone through and if you look from this side just turn it over it this way and find the middle, okay do the same thing on the other side fold it. This the same thing as we just did and do the same thing to it.
So fold it to the middle line, the center line, this center line. Great. Then do the same thing. So now the bottom is smaller. Now you can fold the top down like that and from the side fold down this way. And just press it. And do the same thing. Now you open the side and the same thing again. Let us do it on the side, so you fold it down. So now you got this—you kind of take this out. It look like kind of fake flower but not yet.
Get a pencil or pen. This I get this in. Smaller is better. So you curl on this side, hold it. You round it up. Okay. There take this a look just do open this and so that you can see further. Just by going around, okay and this is better. After you are done, let go and do that with all the sides.
You can also get a chopstick to roll your flower too. So just roll it up. So now you got your flower but it look kind of weird. So you just have to push this area a bit up. So there is it. And you can also get a piece of paper and have a small hole in the bottom. So that would be a flower and you can hold it. Thanks for watching. See you next time. I hope you guys like it. This is the flower, this is very cool. Bye.