Origami Boxes: For Gifts, Treasures & Trifles
Sterling Pub., 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 64 pages
Small treasures deserve beautiful boxes to hold them, and origami, the deceptively simple Japanese art of folding and connecting multiple sheets of paper, makes a range of wonderful styles and unique containers. Create endless variations by changing colors, patterns, and textures. Plentiful photos, bright and close up, will show you how to go each step of the way, and there are even suggestions for appropriate things to put in each kind of box.
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