Classic Origami for Beginners Kit: 45 Easy-To-Fold Paper Models: Full-Color Instruction Book; 98 Sheets of Folding Paper: Everything You Need Is in Th (Other)

Classic Origami for Beginners Kit: 45 Easy-To-Fold Paper Models: Full-Color Instruction Book; 98 Sheets of Folding Paper: Everything You Need Is in Th By Michael G. Lafosse Cover Image
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Make striking, classic origami designs with this easy origami kit.

From world-renowned origami artist Michael G. LaFosse comes this affordable collection of classic origami paper craft projects--featuring traditional designs, as well as new twists on old favorites. Classic Origami for Beginners Kit has everything you need to learn about this exciting art form Perfect for origami beginners of all ages and anyone interested in Asian culture and crafting, this kit allows you to make unique handmade gifts for your loved ones.

This kit comes complete with:
  • Full-colored 64-page booklet
  • Clear, step-by-step diagrams and origami instructions
  • 45 fun origami projects
  • 98 sheets of 6 3/4 inch square folding papers
  • 8 different colors and patterns, as well as a sheet of gold foil
All of the folds are simple enough to be kid's origami crafts, and are a great way to learn origami techniques.

Origami projects include:
  • Kite
  • Duck
  • Chopstick Rest
  • Sailboat
  • Pinwheel
  • Pagoda
  • Paper Doll
  • And much more...

About the Author


With over 40 years of experience, Michael G. LaFosse is considered a leading authority and master of the art of Origami. LaFosse is cofounder of the Origamido Studio and author of many books and videotapes about paperfolding and papermaking.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780804849586
ISBN-10: 0804849587
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
Publication Date: September 4th, 2018
Language: English

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