Easy Origami

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Firefly Books, 2005 - Crafts & Hobbies - 64 pages
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24 simple, easy-to-follow projects for beginners to the art of origami.

The ancient art of origami continues to fascinate young and old alike. More than a method of artistic expression, it provides an opportunity for reflection and relaxation.

Easy Origami takes beginners step-by-step through the process of creating 24 simple yet interesting projects. Children, teens and adults will construct a hamster, a butterfly, an airplane, a house, a garland, a star cluster and more.

The book begins with general tips on getting started and obtaining the best results. Easy-to-follow directions are included for all the basic folds. The projects are then organized by level of capability.

Easy Origami is the perfect introduction to this popular craft. Beginners of all ages will have fun folding and unfolding as they discover a magical world of paper creations.

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User Review  - melscott - LibraryThing

Children of all ages will enjoy this brief, yet thorough intro of the world of origami. Start the art with basic folds and symbols and gradually bold your way to master of origami. In the classroom: Japanese art and culture, math concepts, how to read or write instructions, Read full review

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User Review  - Angie - Target

I bought this for my 9 year old thinking it would be easy for him to do, but it's not easy for his age. I wouldn't even consider it easy for an adult but it's doable. Read full review


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About the author (2005)

Didier Boursin is an origami artist and instructor. A paper folder for 20 years, he is the author of several best-selling guides to this ancient art form.

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