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Let’s go outside to play
And have some fun today!
I folded the mother duck out of trace paper around the time I saw ducklings on the way to work. I can’t remember how big the paper was; I believe 13×13mm. The two little ducklings in the center were folded from 6×6mm pieces of trace paper while the little one at the back was folded from a 5×5mm piece of trace paper.
I know mother duck is just behind the 4cm mark, but the duckling at the back is in front of the 1cm mark, hence the duck family is a 3cm spread ^ _ ^
Taken with an Olympus FE-220 (on super macro mode) on top of a box in my room.
New version added August 21, 2008:
It looks great on a card!
And makes a nice decoration for your office!
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