Fun with Easy Origami: 32 Projects and 24 Sheets of Origami Paper

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Courier Corporation, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 47 pages
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Inside this handy folder is everything a beginner needs to practice the ancient Japanese art of paper folding, including a clearly illustrated instructional booklet and a packet of authentic origami paper.
This how-to book by John Montroll enables novices to grasp the fundamentals of the art quickly and to successfully complete 32 simple projects — among them a hat, cup, pinwheel, boat, house, and fish. Also included are directions for more challenging but still easy-to-make subjects such as a pigeon, pelican, and piano.
Accompanying the instructions are 24 sheets of high-quality origami paper. Specially manufactured to resist tears and produce clean lines and crisp folds, the 7 x 7 sheets (2 each of 12 different colors) are perfect for creating a fascinating array of three-dimensional objects that will make intriguing party favors, holiday decorations, and conversational pieces.

 

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Contents

Symbols
6
Penguin
13
Piano
21
Cicada Pigeon Pelican
27
Star Sailboat Carp
34
Waterbomb Candy Box Fancy
46
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