The Origami Obsession Continued


The Origami Obsession Continued

October 22, 2011
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Though my addiction to origami folding has been recently revived, I feel a new project phase coming on— stay-tuned for what my next deficit-inspired adventure will be! In the meantime, here are some additional origami project photos (some of which soon will be available on Etsy). Enjoy!

Blue origami "turtle"

This blue piece as one of my first modular origami models. The folding pattern is available in Unit Origami: Multidimensional Transformations by Tomoko Fuse. I love Tomoko’s books (I think I have them all now); she writes amazingly easy-to-follow instructions for the most difficult origami folding techniques. I highly recommend!

A modular origami piece

Over 12 hours of folding!

The models above are also from Unit Origami: Multidimensional Transformations.

Mad for plaid!

My wedding favors

Above is a sample of the boxes I folded as favors for my wedding in 2008. Thank goodness our guest list was small (Vegas baby!) so I only had to fold about 50 of these. Inside were printed M&Ms— it is amazing what they can print on an M&M these days isn’t it? But I digress…..

Kissing Cranes

Above are some “kissing cranes” (pattern found in Complete Origami: An A-Z of Facts and Folds, with Step-by-Step Instructions for Over 100 Projects) I included in a card for my friends recent wedding.

Floral Origami globes

A framed "crane-scape"

The floral globes and crane-scape above are both examples of future Etsy items. Now on to my next endeavor!

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