Origami Artby Katherine Gleason
Follow the illustrated directions inside to craft 20 different origami figures and, before you know it, you'll be surrounded by colorful decorations. For most of the figures, all you need is a sheet of origami paper and your hands. A few figures call for scissors or a spot of glue in addition to paper. The
Create your own elegant origami Decorations!
Follow the illustrated directions inside to craft 20 different origami figures and, before you know it, you'll be surrounded by colorful decorations. For most of the figures, all you need is a sheet of origami paper and your hands. A few figures call for scissors or a spot of glue in addition to paper. The patterns on both sides of each sheet of paper have been specially designed to beautify and enhance the figures and help you create your own examples of origami art.
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- Edition description:
- Book and 80 Sheets of Oragami Paper
- Product dimensions:
- 9.96(w) x 7.36(h) x 1.29(d)
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A great origami book for beginners, and people who are intermediate. It also comes with 80 pieces of colored paper, which the illustrations actually use. Some of the figures are really simple like the flying crane, and some were harder, like the sunflower. All figures were doable, and looked excelent when completed!
This is a fantastic beginner's book for origami. The instructions are very easy to follow, and the pictures are extremely helpful. It did not take long for me to learn just about all of the designs in the book, and even invent a few of my own. It is difficult to find good instructions on the internet, but this book lays everything out clearly. The double sided paper was also lovely, though I was disappointed with one style. The peacock design requires double sides, so they made a corner for the beak, and the other three for the fanning tail. Unfortunately the "beak corner" on the opposite side of the paper does not line up, so any peacocks with beaks, will have another beak in the corner of its tail feathers. Either that, or the entire peacock can be made of tail feathers (which was my preference, since I had to choose). Otherwise, everything is fantastic. The turtle paper is wonderful for turtles, but it also suits my dragon design quite well, while the elephant paper made a nice pterodactyl. All in all, a very nice purchase.