Submitted by Sara on 6 December 2012 - 1:38am
More info on the book (including where to buy): http://www.happyfold...
Paper used in this video: 5 sheets of 7.5cm squares of kami (3in)
Finished model: diameter of approx. 10cm (4in)
Submitted by kosal (not verified) on 12 December 2012 - 6:08pm Permalink
Thanks to you, Sara. You very clever to folding the paper to us with the different things that we never seen them before. I will do it to put them on the chrismas tree that you did it before. Thanks!!!
Submitted by Anne (not verified) on 20 December 2012 - 5:50am Permalink
I never believed I could master origami
This one is truly lovely.
It occurred to me it is all math.
Your gift in teaching is outstanding .
I love the way you speak and your vocabulary Is delightful.
You are a special Person
I am teaching a 6 year old . We just love doing origami together.you mak it so easy.
Submitted by Mel mccabe (not verified) on 15 January 2013 - 12:17am Permalink
Have you heard of pinterest? I want your permission to link to your site by 'pinning' it (it's a way of maintaining all the credit where it belongs!) and it might get you (even) more hits!
Submitted by rolland (not verified) on 26 March 2014 - 11:50am Permalink
yeah nice one
Yeah I have to admit it is one of the very few sites I have seen that focuses just on making things just by folding. How the hell do you make these things? They are so good. Some of the things you make are stunning and unbelievable for the fact they are made with paper.
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