Easy Origami (Dover Origami Papercraft)over 30 simple projects
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Easy Origami for Everyone from Dover
“I’m a crafts instructor for elementary children and ended up buying more copies of this book because of how popular origami has become in my classes. This book is great for the whole range of first- to fifth-graders; the younger ones need more one-on-one help, of course. I’ve been especially impressed at how origami holds the attention of boys who generally do not like crafts.” Marie from San Jose, CA
32 simple projects for novice origami hobbyists — clearly illustrated and with easy-to-follow instructions.
Easy Dollar Bill Origami. Popular as party favors and presents!
This easy-to-follow guide features thirty-two simple models, both traditional and original. Figures include a heart, a house, and an array of animals, from a bird and a butterfly to a whale and a rhinoceros. There’s even a model of George Washington himself!
Fun with Origami: 17 Easy-to-Do Projects and 24 Sheets of Origami Paper
Simple instructions, over 100 clearly drawn diagrams, and a supply of authentic origami paper (24 sheets, each 7″ x 7″, in 12 different colors) help beginners master such simple shapes as a sail boat, jet plane, and paper cup.
Intermediate-level paperfolders may find the bird, whale, fish, and penguin more appropriate for their skills, while veteran origamists can enjoy the challenge of creating a seal, butterfly, flapping hand, and other figures.
Large Origami Paper: 24 9 x 9 Sheets in 12 Colors
24 sheets of high-quality authentic origami paper specially manufactured to resist tears and produce clean lines and crisp folds. Each sheet is colored on one side only to make it easier to understand the various folds, and the sturdy shrink-wrapped folder keeps papers neat and clean until ready for use.
Great book for kids!
Clever possibilities for all skill levels.
Create in recreational or social settings.
Special paper for intricate folding.
International Masters Tomoko Fuse and John Montroll at Dover
Tomoko Fuse first came across origami when she was seven years old; she began making paper models during a stay in hospital. In around 1980, well ahead of her time, she became so passionately dedicated to making origami models, using several sheets folded separately, that she earned the nickname “the queen of modular origami”.
John Montroll was four when a Japanese neighbor taught him origami. “Since I started as a child, “creating” was natural. Whatever I wanted to fold, I would make up. There was nothing great about my models, but I enjoyed exploring and found there was no end. In time, my work evolved as I discovered more techniques, and also philosophies, in the quality of origami. Now I can say that developing new, theme-related ideas and writing books gives me inspiration.” John Montroll
Explore Dover’s outstanding selection of origami guides for all ages and skill levels.
ASIN : 0486272982
Publisher : Dover Publications; Illustrated edition (October 5, 1992)
Language : English
Paperback : 48 pages
ISBN-10 : 9780486272986
ISBN-13 : 978-0486272986
Reading age : Baby and up
Item Weight : 5.3 ounces
Dimensions : 8.08 x 0.14 x 10.99 inches