Where do you start to learn Origami folding?
We know, we can hear your groans from here! But, if you know how to do it right you can make some really awesome things – if you don’t, chances are all you’re going to have is a scrunched up piece of paper in the trash.Why Origami folding? - it's cheap - for mere pennies
Origami folding requires the art and craft of folding paper into simple or detailed designs without using scissors. It can be anything from simple folded boxes to cranes joined by several sheets of paper. You can use patterned or colored paper or even make designs with moving parts! How cool is THAT?!
What could you do to enjoy a lifetime of crafting... Origami folding
Want a hobby that doesn't require a lot of money or tools? Then take up Origami foldingi! Origami folding is fun and only costs as much as the paper. You can do it with your family or by yourself. There are a lot of books and videos on how to make the designs and with the holidays not far off there is still plenty of time to do something really cool for your friends and family. Give a special gift of your own like a dollar bill heart or even make Origami ornaments your family can use for years and years. Some simple instructions like those for the nightingale are listed as a sub-category.
You are seriously going to be proud of yourself once you figure out how to do this. Not only that, anyone can do it – little kids and adults. People of all ages and from all walks of life like to make fun projects. . . flowers, animals, and lots more. Even Samurai warriors exchanged intricate Origami with each other! Origami folding is an exciting and wonderful way to create gifts for family, friends, and teachers, too; it's just one of the arts and crafts you'll find in a buzzing kids world.