Origami Flowers

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Sterling Pub., 2005 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Soonboke Smith, whose lucid and lovely Origami for the First TimeŽ explained all the basics of the craft, now shows how to use simple techniques to create lavish bouquets of paper flowers. With detailed, lushly photographed instructions for making more than thirty projects, the possibilities for origami floral arrangements are virtually endless. Make poppies, purple stars, perfect peonies, irises, lilies, pinwheel daisies, charming anemones, carnations, morning glories, and tulips, plus pretty petals and beautiful blossoms. Color photos present the finished products on display in pots, vases, baskets, and other containers--just like the real thing. Of course, all the fundamental folds and forms are covered, as there's advice on choosing papers, so important to the flower's final effect. A Selection of the Crafters Choice Book Club.

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Origami flowers are utterly charming and unlike any other artificial flowers. Smith (Origami for the First Time ) draws on her Korean heritage for these lovely ones made from patterned and shaded ... Read full review

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