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Origami Papercrafting

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Easy origami projects for beginners! Learn this traditional Japanese art and bring creativity to life with Origami Papercrafting. This book includes step-by-step instructions for over 36 unique paper crafts, including: *Cards *Envelopes *Boxes Booklets *Bowls *Pocketbooks *Ornaments *Jewelry *And more! Origami folding techniques have never been this simple! Detailed folding tutorials accompany each project. Diagrams and color photos are included, ensuring that even novice paperfolder can succeed. With creative designs and easy-to-follow instructions, Origami Papercrafts is a book of endless possibilities. No experience? No problem! This book breaks down each project into small steps, and it is a fun and effective introduction to origami for beginners. Origami is a great activity for any age, and this book provides easy instructions that both kids and adults can follow. Did you know that origami helps develop and practice coordination, concentration, and fine motor skills, and it is often used in art therapy? With this book, crafters of all ages can experience the educational benefits of origami while making colorful masterpieces out of authentic, handmade paper from Japan. Origami creations make the perfect gift! Beautiful cherry blossom bowls are a lovely centerpiece on a coffee table. Intricate flower star boxes look absolutely stunning


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Pages 32
Publish Date 2013-04-01
Size 8.5" x 11.0" x 0.125"
Author Suzanne McNeill
Product Form Saddlestitch Booklet


About the Author

Suzanne McNeill is often known as a Trendsetter for arts and crafts. Dedicated to hands-on creativity, she constantly tests, experiments and invents something new and exciting. Suzanne is the woman behind Design Originals, a publishing company dedicated to all things fun and creative. She is a designer, artist, columnist, TV personality, publisher, art instructor, author and lover of everything hands-on. She was the 2011 winner of the Craft and Hobby Association's Industry Achievement Award.

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