Every year wedding anniversaries are symbolised by a theme. First anniversaries are paper and it made me wonder what cute way I could incorporate paper into our special day. How booooring you say? Well, I thought the same thing however, I then had a flashback to my childhood. Do you remember making little origami fortune tellers in the playground? You pick a colour then a number and lift the flap to reveal your fortune? Well, I decided to do this but with a little cheeky twist 😉
Let me start by refreshing your childhood memory with how to make it…
Step one: Cut a square piece of paper, preferably a different colour on both sides.
Step two: Fold in each corner and then flip the paper over and repeat on the other side.
Step three: Fold the small square in half both ways and firmly crease all the edges.
Step four: Unfold and pull the four corners out and slip your fingers into the little pockets. This is how the fortune teller is controlled.
I coloured the inside flaps four different colours but instead of a fortune I wrote a cute message under each flap. You can write whatever you want and make it cute, cheeky or sexy.
What do you think of my paper anniversary idea? Cute?