Making Origami Cards Step by Step
This book begins by teaching kids how to fold a basic card. From there, kids learn that with a little imagination and experimentation, there is no limit to the kinds of cards that they can make to send to their family and friends. Kids also learn how to experiment with different paper sizes and colors as well as the different ways in which they can decorate the finished origami shapes.
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What Is Origami?
11 inches birthdays blank card bottom corner Cards decorated center crease line color coor corner to corner cramf different folds enjoy Experiment with different face finished fold and unfold fold in half fold line Notice fold the bottom fold the left fold the paper fold the sides fold to meet folded edge four corners four edges green greeting cards half lengthwise Halloween handmade inches 21.6 cm inches 27.9 cm inside the pocket jack-o'-lantern large triangle layers look Mother's Day mountain fold narrow neck nourishment Orf cramf Orfcramf origami cards origami duck origami flowers origami heart origami jack-o'-antern Origami pineapples origami pinwhee origami plant shape origami shapes Oxygen paper facedown paper in half paste an origami petals pinwheel pocket card pumpkin rectangles right edges shamrock shape should appear specia square paper stem step sure top corner top to bottom Turn the paper Unfold and turn valley fold line