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    Default How-To: fold a towel like an elephant






    If you've ever been on a cruise, especially one patronized by kids, your maid may have transformed your towels into fun, yet somewhat disturbing, animal shapes. I have to admit I always wondered how to make them. Learn how to fold up your very own Babar when you read more.
    1. Lay a full-size towel flat.
    2. Roll the long edges of the towel until they meet.
    3. Find the center of the rolls and fold them together inward, making sure the center seam is on the outside.
    4. Fold a face cloth loosely, as shown below.
    5. Loosely roll and shapes its ends towards the center.
    6. Curl the trunk and shape the ears.
    7. Place the head on the body and accessorize with sunglasses, etc.


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    Silly but cute

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    Every time I'm on a cruise, I love getting a different towel animal every day from the cleaning staff. Now i can make my own.

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    too challenging for me

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    Very cool....

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    Thanks, Honey. This might come in handy it did make me smile!
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    Cool, I'll have to do this next time I babysit the little cousin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radha View Post
    too challenging for me
    Me too, even with the explanation I don't get it
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