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Ornagami: An Origami Christmas at Your Fingertips (Tear-i-gami Series)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 22, 2005

    A smart, fun and beautifully-designed series,

    TEAR-I-GAMI's fun designs include matching 6-inch duo- colored paper you simply tear out of the book. When you've folded all 128 sheets of paper, you can trim and save the 'Cheat Sheet' covers, and then you have a very cute, pocket-sized book. Each model is detailed with easy-to-follow diagrams and instructions, making this book enjoyable for kids-in-the-car and origami enthusiasts alike. Buy several since they make great gifts!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2005

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    A beautifully designed book, with nice models to display on that origami Xmas tree I keep hoping to make someday. It's almost a shame to have to rip the paper out of this book to do the models.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2005

    What a great concept-- and neat paper too!

    I just received this book and have been folding madly from its pages. I have seen many books with paper included, from a munged-up set of squares tucked into a pocket, to crease patterns printed on the paper, to the diagrams being printed on the paper. Finally, someone has gotten it right -- paper that you can use that doesn't destroy the diagrams or contain ugly fold lines on it when you're finished. I didn't expect to see so many models featured in such a small package, but there are plenty! I especially like the stand-up Santa and some of the ornaments.

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