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How To Make Lucky Paper Star

Have fun making this xD
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I'm going to try this but I know I'm going to fail😅
@otakukpoper same 😂😂
my sister (her name is Shinie) taught me how to make these! The instructions look way harder tho...😅
I just need the paper cranes
Its actually really easy once you get the hang of it. I used to make them all the time.
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