More and More 3D Origami
All-new ideas for crafting intricate sculptures from folded paper.
The third book in this series offers readers a whole new array of delightful designs. Building on the traditional folded papercraft, this innovative approach to origami combines smaller projects into complex, three-dimensional structures. Each project in the book is illustrated with photographs and instructions that are so easy-to-follow that even a child can do it. The 64 shapes include flowers, flower vases, a variety of animals, birds and sea creatures, dolls, buildings and boats, and much, much more.
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