One day while surfing the net I stumbled upon an Origami Garden. All sorts of directions on how to make all sorts of origami vegetables. When I found the origami carrot, I let out a squeal of delight! So excited! I looked in a couple of craft stores for orange and green origami paper. Who knew it was so expensive? Who knew that it's impossible to find just orange or green? Sheesh! In my imagination I found cute patterned orange on orange paper...like an adorable polka-dot...and an equally adorable green on green paper for the leaf...alas, it was not to be. I found a plethora of scrapbook paper but deemed it all to be too heavy and stiff to use for origami paper folding. I went to the copy shop and picked up several sheets of orange and green and cut them down to size. Being frugal (my husband is laughing his head off at the moment, but I do try...most of the time anyhow) I wanted to make the most of each sheet so I just made each sheet an 8.5 inch square. This allowed plenty of room for everyone to write a nice long letter...but...it was just a titch too long to fit in any of the Easter packages that I was sending so I ended up putting them all into one of the larger Flat Rate envelopes which worked just fine but wasn't near as cute as it was in my imagination, yet again. If I were to do it again, which I probably will, I would make them smaller so they fit into a box that could be lined with tissue and green shredded paper. Live and learn!