* Once you’ve accumulated 6 squares, you can start building the individual units. Start by taking the two innermost flaps of one square and folding them
over so that they tounch and make a loop. I normally fold this so that the white side of the paper is exposed — the allows the last flaps to be folded so that the patterned side is exposed, but it’s up to you. Tape or glue the loop to hold it in place.
* Now turn the paper over, then take the next set of flaps and fold them together to make another loop. Again, use tape or glue to secure the loop. Repeat this process for the remaining pair of flaps, making sure to fold each loop the opposite way as the previous one. When you finish a single unit, it should look like this:
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