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Paper used in this video: 15cm square of kami (6in by 6in)
Finished model: 6cm high, 5.5cm wide, 3cm deep (2.5in by 2 1/4in by 1 1/4in)
I've tried doing quite a few of your models and I have to say that your instructions are always very clear - unlike so many other origami pages. thanks for that and happy folding.
it's hard i can't do it. I quit!!!!
I like your web a lot and find your videos very useful and interesting :-). I enjoyed this video very much and although it was hard at some point in the middle, it was worth continuing! Now I have a very cute paper-baby sitting on my desk :-D
i showed one of these babies to my grandmom and she thought it was the coolest thing. she thought it was so cool that she hired me to make 8 babies for my aunts baby showere-which she was throwing- probably the weirdest request i'll ever recieve... it was funny taking pictures of all the babies doing various things that i had them doing. well anyways i just wanted to thankyou for being the reason i could add "made 8 origami babies for my aunts baby shower" to my list of fun things ive done.
Thank you so much for the video. I have been trying to fold the ruby-throated hummingbird by by Robert Lang. I have tried to fold it at least 10 times but I keep getting stuck on the tail and then I can't figure anything out the rest of the instructions. I got the diagrams from the book "Origami Design Secrets". Can you make a video of this model or suggest something for the tail? Thanks again for the video!
sara, i loved ur tutorial on this baby. oh and good luck on yours aswell. i bet he/she is cute. keep these tutorials coming,
Folding a baby: Super video!!
Carrying a Baby: Good luck for you, your baby and your little family!
I would like a Mouse video too!
Thank you for your site!
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