딱지접기: Fold that plastic snack bag the Korean way

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  1. sollee says:

    haha not bad…or try to make them a li’l bit smaller then put them inside a colorless empty bottle or paste outside the bottle itself as your new vase^^as what others do now to recycle bottles and plastic snack bags or candy wrappers^^

  2. jehan says:

    hallu ate betchay!

    i studied in a high school run by korean and filipina nuns and they taught us how to do this with our plastic bag/wrapper wastes. i do it until now and my MIL was quite surprised i actually know how to do it. haha. i do it too with our plastic shopping bags…
    .-= jehan´s last blog ..Chasing Winter: Incheon Grand Park =-.

  3. Nicole says:

    I know a smaller way of folding plastic wrappers.XD Di ko alam kung anong country galing yun.. Bale isang triangle lang sya na maliit dapat. Nakita ko lang yung isang classmate ko na ginagawa yun, ginaya ko lang. hehe.

  4. albergal1012 says:

    have seen pinoy children in manila fashioning green candy wrappers to flower leaves and the brighter colored ones to rose or flower petals and glue them on a stick and put them in a vase voila origami and ikebana combined.

  5. Rickspot says:

    naks naman. “a plastic wrapper is worth blogging for!” hehehe. nice tutorials po! gaganyanin ko din yung mga black plastic trash bags here. 😀
    .-= Rickspot´s last blog ..Photos | Rica Peralejo and Joe Bonifacio Wedding Pictures =-.

  6. This one is cool! Kaya lang di ako mahilig magtupi tupi. Hehe, ibasura na lang eh.

    By the way Ninang Betch, thank you po sa tulong sa Job Hiring post. Ang atin pong natulungan ay isang kababayan natin na nakatira sa Paju. Dalawang taon na po na natapos ang kanyang visa. Kanina ay kasama ko siya naghapunan sa bahay. Maligaya po ako at talagang komportable s’ya at maayos ang lahat sa kanya duon. Alam naman natin na ang mga Pilipina ay isa sa pinakamagagaling na kasama sa bahay. Sa unang personal na interview pa lamang nya ay minahal na sya ng kanyang employer. Kanina ay nagluto pa sya ng “banana cake.” Kanya lamang, sana nag “banana Q’ na lang sya…

    Samantalang ang ating pangalawang natulungan ay nasa PIlipinas na. Siya po ay tubong MIndoro. Ngayon po ay kasama nya ang pamilya ng kanyang employer na naglalakbay sa gitnang bahagi ng Pilipinas. Maligaya po ako na tinanggap ang tulong na ito, ang tulong na tanging alam ko na maiibigay sa ating mga kababayan sa Korea.
    .-= asianconqueror´s last blog ..ipod? iphone? ipad? =-.

  7. Martin says:

    We don’t fold the scrap bags like the snack wrapper, but – wow – you should see the precision with which my Korean wife folds the little white grocery sacks. Those go to my MIL for Lord knows what nefarious purposes.

  8. Eden says:

    Ah~ I can’t wait to try this. ^^ Good way to save space in the the garbage can.
    .-= Eden´s last blog ..Harajuku Fashion and Culture =-.

  9. hanneebuff says:

    this one is nice. I only know how to fold plastics into triangle. i might try this one as well for variation. 😀

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