Origami Christmas. Photo and Video Gallery Christmas Origami have been popular origami models for years, but many of the traditional Paper models, are very fiddly and far too complicated. Learn how to make many differents Origami Xmas models. Instructions for … Continue reading →
domingo, 5 de junio de 2016
Father Christmas by Steve and Megumi Biddle Designer: Steve and Megumi Biddle Folder and Photographer: @Origami_Kids Diagrams in Diagrams in Essential Origami by Steve and Megumi Biddle. Pages 126-132 Difficulty level: Medium. Time to fold 60 min. 55 steps. Folded … Continue reading →
sábado, 4 de junio de 2016
3-D printing is all the rage, and printers are getting so small and affordable that even home tinkerers have the possibility of instantaneously seeing their computer creations rendered in solid form. For those on a super-tight budget, there’s the possibility … Continue reading →
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Origami Decoration for your Party Glasses Decorate your Christmas Parties Glasses. Thirsty Bird by Kunihiko Kasahara Surprise your friends with this magnificent model of 0rigami Designer: Kunihiko Kasahara Folder and Photo: OrigamiKids Diagrams in PUB Origami by Nick Robinson Folded … Continue reading →
viernes, 3 de junio de 2016
Origami Siamese Cat by Makoto Yamaguchi Designer: Makoto Yamaguchi Folder and Photo: Origami-Kids Diagram: Cute Animal Origami book by Makoto Yamaguchi How to make: Diagram here. Pages: 52-53 Units: 2 squares and 1 rectangle Strictly speaking this Siamese Cat is … Continue reading →
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How was made The Largest Origami Crane of the World The largest origami paper crane has a wingspan of 81.94 m (268 ft 9 in) and was created by 800 people of the Peace Piece Project (all Japan) at the … Continue reading →
Origami Santa Claus by Shizuo Saito Designer: Shizuo Saito Folder and Photographer: @Origami_Kids Difficulty level: Easy. Time to fold 20 min. 20 steps. One uncut square origami piece of paper red and white about 20cm x 20cm. Diagrams in Monthly … Continue reading →