Why Throw It Out When You Can Fold It Up?eBook - 2015
This is a superb book with lots of different designs to have a go at making. The instructions are easily followed and there are a wide range of different designs. I highly recommend this to anyone interested in origami as it is relatively easy to follow and uses recycled materials rather than expensive origami papers. On top of all that it is great fun!" - Splashes Into Books "A delightful book that features a number of enchanting projects to teach you how to do origami." -Erisea Mag "One man's trash is another man's treasure" was never truer! With this remarkable book, you can recycle throwaways into origami art.Twenty-nine well-illustrated projects explain how to make an autumn leaf from a lotto ticket, a 3-D heart from aluminum foil, a flower from a tea bag wrapper, and other unusual keepsakes and charming gifts. Each item includes a brief introduction with suggestions for the paper's color and texture, and every step of the numbered instructions features simple text accompanied by a clear diagram. You'll discover how to transformbrown wrapping paper into a fox, a supermarket receipt into a dachshund, and other ordinary bits of paper into an arrowhead, jumping frog, pill box, rocking cradle, koala, and other treasures. --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Mineola, New York : Dover Publications, 2015.
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (80 pages) data file