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I will teach you how to make a four legs box ...
with a piece of paper!
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Hi! In this video, I will show you guys how to make a box. So first we get a piece of paper. And you make it into a square.
After you cut it right here. So you fold it in half.
After that, you open it and then do it the upper way.
After you are done, just open it and you should see through line. So fold this side to the middle.
You have to do it in every side.
When you are done, it should look like this. And then turn it around and fold this side to the other side.
And now it will look like this. So you fold this down and turn it around, do the same thing, fold this down. And there should be a hole under it. There is the hole, so you open it. So you open it and push this through together like this.
So you open the line in the middle. So you open it up and move this.
And do that to the other side to open this and this. Okay. And this part is kind of hard. You take the top line down to this line. And for this side, you just keep pushing it inside.
So go to this side here. When you are done, turn to the other side and then do the same thing.
And when you are done, take this one to this side. And you take this one to the other side. So we are almost done. So you fold this to the middle and do it to the other side. And turn it around and do this on the other side. You open this and fold this to this side. So open this side and fold it to this side. And then you can close it and turn it around and do the same thing. So you open and then fold this to this side.
So after you do that, after all the sides, you turn it around upside and then you fold this down and after you fold this down, the last thing you want to do is you open and then you are done. That is how you make a box with a piece of paper. Thanks for watching.