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Origami for Busy People: 27 Original On-The-Go Projects [Origami Book, 48 Papers, 27 Projects]

Origami for Busy People: 27 Original On-The-Go Projects [Origami Book, 48 Papers, 27 Projects]

by Marcia Joy Miller


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Make quick and easy origami projects with this origami book with tear-out folding paper.

Origami for Busy People is the first origami book for people who love to fold paper for fun and relaxation but have trouble finding the time in their busy day for it. The bright, high-quality folding paper in the book makes it like an origami kit—You won't have to buy new folding paper anytime soon!

This origami book contains:
  • 96 page, full-color booklet
  • Introduction and guide to paper folding techniques
  • Step-by-step instructions and diagrams
  • 27 fun-to-do projects
  • 48, two-sided perforated folding sheets
  • Dozens of different colors and patterns
These fun folds are a great way to learn origami and can be used to decorate your cubicle, to create something to give to friends and family at the end of the day, to show to colleagues at the water cooler or just to use as conversational ice-breakers or as a form of mental relaxation. The ease of the folds makes it a great origami-for-kids book but the projects are interesting enough for adult beginner origami enthusiasts.

Origami projects include
  • Jack-O'Lantern
  • Seahorse
  • Noisemaker
  • Topsy-Turvy
  • And many more…

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9784805311486
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
Publication date: 11/10/2011
Edition description: Original
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 1,130,906
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Marcia Joy Miller has taught origami classes and workshops for years. Her original origami designs have appeared in numerous origami publications, and she holds membership in several origami societies. She is also an artist and photographer and has a Bachelor of Arts degree from The College of New Jersey.

Table of Contents

Preface XX Chapter 1ùGetting Started XX How to Use This Book XX Supplies XX Terms and Symbols XX Folding Tips XX Reading Diagrams XX Basic Techniques XX

Chapter 2ùCoffee-Break Origami XX Duck Glider XX Tree XX Lake Monster XX Placard Bird XX Seahorse XX Aquatic Plant XX Parrot Page Clip XX Ghost XX Oval Leaf XX Topsy-Turvy XX Friends XX Twirlie XX Floating Star XX Trigon XX

Chapter 3ùLunchtime Origami XX Noisemaker XX Garden Slug XX Extraterrestrial XX Crater XX Blossom Blow-Top XX Reversible Star XX Jolly Santa XX Jack-OÆ-Lantern XX Name-It Box XX Carnival Spinner XX Trophy Bowl XX Morph Ball XX

Chapter 4ùAfter-Work Origami XX Spring Flower XX Foliage XX Fluted Vase XX Starry Sky XX

Acknowledgments XX Making Squares from Rectangles XX Origami Societies XX Origami Folding Sheets

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