Getting Excited About Folding Paper

Since my blog is quiet at the moment I thought I would reblog a few of my early posts that you might not have seen. This one is my very first post. 😀

Anglo Saxon Celt Creates Art and Craft

origamiWhen I was young someone gave me a couple of books by Robert Harbin and I fell in love with folding paper.  I’ve done it on and off over the years but this year I’ve gone on a bit of a binge.  It started in February when I revisited my favourite models from the Harbin books and tried a few new ones from a book I got for my birthday a few years ago.  My children joined in for a while and our models are shown in the photos on the right.  (Click on the pictures if you want to see them enlarged.)

I was unsure about the modular origami in the new book.  I used to be a bit of a snob about origami in the past – if you needed scissors, glue or more than one sheet of paper then it wasn’t “proper” origami.  In fact, even after…

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