Girligami: A Fresh, Fun, Fashionable Spin on Origami

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Watson-Guptill Publications, 2008 - Crafts & Hobbies - 207 pages
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The ancient art of origami—updated for today’s teens!



• A new take on a traditional craft


• 20 fantastic designs


• Includes preprinted origami papers to tear out and fold


• Little shoes, little purses, little animals, little hearts . . . where to begin?



Origami is fun. But there’s a limit on how many origami cranes anyone can use in a lifetime. Fortunately, Girligami is here, ready to show cool crafters how to fold outside the box! Twentyd adorable, all-new designs are perfect for anyone who loves fashion, friends, and folding. Oooh, look! Little shoes! Purses! Clothing! Purses! Adorable animals! Valentine hearts! Fortune-tellers! More! More! More! Each project comes with step-by-step directions plus multiple preprinted origami papers to tear out and fold. A separate chapter shows great ways to use the origami crafts, like turning them into earrings and necklaces or adding them to cards and gifts.
 

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User Review  - Denise B, Crafts Buyer - Borders

This was my very first adventure in origami. I honestly never thought this would be a craft for me, but the projects – shoes, handbags, cupcakes - were too darn cute to resist. My first couple of ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

\Cindy Ng is the founder of Finger Magic, an origami design boutique based in San Francisco. Finger Magic kits are sold in more than 200 shops around the world, including the Smithsonian, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Cindy Ng lives in San Francisco. Visit her on the Web at www.fingermagic.com.

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