Sticky Note Origami

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2005 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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It's clever, it's creative, and most of all, it's fun: super origami made with those stick-it desk notes found on every desk. These projects make work just a little more entertaining.

Everyone has them in the office and even at home: ordinary pads of sticky notes in a range of colors and sizes. With the help of innovative origami expert David Mitchell, they can quickly become attractive paper sculptures. All it takes is a few minutes to finish off something beautiful during an interminable phone call or while waiting for a meeting to begin. Each of the 20 projects-including 3-D animals, posies to put on a message, and geometric designs-feature detailed diagrams and a color photo of the completed piece. And every item was especially created to take advantage of the paper's sticky end. It's the sure-fire antidote to those boring moments on the job.

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User Review  - Paula R. -

Bought this for my son who loves making things with sticky notes. He also likes origami. He has had a lot of fun with this book. Unfortunately were stepping on his creations all over the place. Read full review

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It's not that helpful after all. Only learnt one from the book - the dog. [April, 2013]


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David Mitchell is internationally known for his innovative modular designs and sculptures but is also a prolific inventor of one-piece paperfolds, novelties, flexagons, puzzles, and self-working magic tricks. He is the author of numerous books including Origami and The Origami Chicken.

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