I’ve made some delightful
Tomoko Fuse boxes in the past few days, and this afternoon on the train to London.
The models are from her book in 2007,
Origami of Wrapping and Boxes.
The book covers boxes (square, triangular), and gifts including envelopes, pouches, and decorations.
These are the boxes that I folded, with a few varieties on the lids.
Continue reading In Love with Tomoko Fuse Boxes
I don’t know anything about Pokémon Go, but recently my niece asked me to fold a few origami Pikachu.
Pikachu seems to be popular, and is known as the mascot of the Pokémon franchise.
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Ten days ago, Singapore’s Joseph Schooling, dubbed “The Flying Fish”, won the first ever Olymic gold medal for Singapore.
The 21-year-old Singaporean defeated his childhood idol, American Michael Phelps, in the 100m butterfly swimming race, also setting an Olympic record time of 50.39 seconds.
Most of my family are in Singapore, so I made these origami to celebrate with them.
The national flag of Singapore, and 3 fish on a card.
Continue reading An Origami card inspired by Rio 2016 Olympics
Happy Birthday to Her Majesty.
Yesterday I folded a few cranes with flag designs, as a way to sing Happy Birthday to Queen Elizabeth II for her glorious 90th birthday.
Continue reading God Save the Queen
This is my favourite origami party dress. The creator is Alison Reisel from the USA.
I learnt how to fold this dress from Minigami, by Gay Merrill Gross.
Minigami is a delightful book, which contains beautiful mini origami projects for cards, gifts, and decorations. Origami Resource Centre has a page dedicated to
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If you love making rings and wreaths, Tomoko Fuse’s Origami Rings and Wreaths is a good resource.
This origami book shows you a kaleidoscope of 28 decorative origami creations by Tomoko Fuse.
Continue reading Review: Origami Rings and Wreaths by Tomoko Fuse
Today I’m going to show you my new favourite origami book.
Maria Sinayskaya’s first book, Zen Origami, is an absolute delight. The book features 20 modular forms. The book comes with a slipcase, and the box contains 400 sheets of beautiful origami paper (all 7.5cm x 7.5cm).
Zen Origami book by Maria Sinayskaya
I like the whole design of the book. It was sealed so you couldn’t browse it in the shop. When I got home I was impressed by the presentation of the book, and is pleased with the care dedicated for this creative origami book.
Things I like about this book:
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I am an origami enthusiast.
I love sharing delightful origami with friends and family.
In this new site, I would like to share some origami that I’ve made to connect with you.
Origami sparks joy in my life. It brings calmness and enjoyment. Turning papers into objects is magical. You might also achieve meditative moments through folding papers.
Today I spent a relaxing afternoon folding 12 cranes (Orizuru).
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