Make this beautiful origami dove using this video tutorial. These instructions consists of easy to follow video tutorial. This origami dove is a beautiful rendition of the peace dove that is often seen with an olive branch. The dove is … Continue reading
sábado, 25 de marzo de 2017
viernes, 24 de marzo de 2017
Are you a paper airplane enthusiast? Do you love turning a single sheet of paper into a mean, lean flying machine? Then, I bet you’ve run into a few problems making your paper airplane fly exactly like you want to. … Continue reading →
miércoles, 22 de marzo de 2017
This is a modular flower that is perfect for mother’s day gift . The twirls are so perfect that the petals look amazingly natural. Designed by Krysyna Burczyk. Folded and video tutorial by Sara Adams Originally posted 2013-05-11 19:31:18. Related … Continue reading →
martes, 21 de marzo de 2017
Origami Hell Cat by Robert Harbin Folder and Photo: Origami-Kids Complexity: Easy. Time to fold 10 min. Folded from one classic Uncut square Red and Black paper about 20 cm x 20 cm. Diagram in Origami 4 By Robert Harbin. … Continue reading →
Cat by Jun Maekawa Designer: Jun Maekawa Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids Difficulty level: Intermediate Time to fold 60 min. 29 steps. Folded from a one classic Single Uncut square origami paper, about 15cm x 15 cm. Diagrams on Fun Origami … Continue reading →
lunes, 20 de marzo de 2017
Why Paper Airplanes Look Different Than Real Planes? Most full size planes have wings, a tail, and a fuselage (body) that holds the pilot and passengers. Most paper airplanes have just a wing and fold of paper on the bottom … Continue reading →
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domingo, 19 de marzo de 2017
In this instructable I will teach you how to make a modular Origami Slinky Designed by Jo Nakashima. All credit goes to him. This slinky can tumble down steps, but normal stairs are to big. It does work on smaller … Continue reading →
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