More Mormon Oragami

More Mormon Oragami

by Todd Huisken


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More Mormon Oragami by Todd Huisken

Paper airplanes are a fun place to start, but now your kids can turn simple paper into something really amazing! Continue your mastery of origami with this second collection of original designs. These simple-to-intermediate origami designs are a fun way to keep kids and teens (and even parents) entertained on the go or in your home. You'll love making these designs, An intricate sister missionary dress, The gold plates, The Salt Lake Tabernacle, A Nephite helmet, These designs are perfect for family home evenings. Primary lessons, or even Sunday afternoons. They re so much fun to fold you'll soon find reasons to make origami for everything.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781462115099
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Incorporated/CFI Distribution
Publication date: 10/07/2014
Pages: 98
Sales rank: 647,780
Product dimensions: 8.10(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.40(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction to Origami 1

Origami Terminology, Symbols & Folds 3

Book of Mormon Designs

Great & Spacious Building 8

Lomonite Temple 12

Nephite Temple 14

Armor of God Designs

Nephite Helmet 18

Breastplate 20

Loin Cloth 22

Boot 24

Shield 26

Sword of Labon 28

Church History Designs

Gold Plates 32

Missionary Bodge (square paper) 34

Missionary Bodge (rectangle paper) 35

Sister Missionary Outfit 36

State of Utah 39

Beehive 41

Seagull 43

Salt Lake Tabernacle 45

Latter-Day Temple Designs

Bountiful Utoh Temple 50

Concepción Chile Temple 56

Anchorage Alaska Temple 61

Newport Beach California Temple 64

Tokyo Japan Temple 71

Vernal Utah Temple 76

Washington DC Temple 81

Index by Skill Level 87

About the Author 88

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More Mormon Oragami 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I kind of wish I would have asked for a physical book because I'm a little slow when it comes to folding. The very first part of the book includes directions for basic folds and I immediately felt overwhelmed. However, there are several sections of things you can make and each item is clearly marked with one of three levels, one being the easiest and three being the hardest. I wish I could make everything in this book, but I'll probably stick with level one until I get the hang of it more. There are a lot of fun things to make--I loved the Beehive and some of those temples were really cool! It would especially be fun to use different colored papers to make them look more realistic, but I stuck with white. I loved the step-by-step instructions with pictures. It really made things a lot easier to understand. This is a great book to keep the kids entertained, especially if they enjoy this type of stuff and pick up on it quickly. *I received a copy in exchange for an honest review*
rhonda1111RL More than 1 year ago
4 STARS I was given a pdf copy so I could review and be part of More Mormon Origami blog tour. So I read this book in bed on my lap top, not a good place to make origami. I can't even make a paper plane. I love the step by step instructions and pictures of each step. I looked at all these designs and marvel that anyone could figure out how to make them let alone fold and make out of paper. I also liked how they had three levels of difficulty. I will be always stuck on 1 level, but that's okay their are 11 designs for level 1. there are eight for level 2 and level 3 5 temple designs. On each page of designs their are trivia about the designs which were all brand new stuff that I did not know. Like city creek was used to power a water wheel to make the organ on Temple Square go before electricity. I would have to say that this is another book that I would want a real book and not a ebook personally if I had a choice. I do not see me taking up a Origami as a hobby anytime soon.