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What better way to represent my hobby than to fold my own business cards? Origami Business Cards You can imagine that I usually need more one. As much as I try to fold them fast, I am simply unable to do more than 10 per hour. That is about one every six minutes. Believe this… Continue reading Origami Business Cards
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This will be my first workshop, and I could not be any more thrilled. I have been practicing the models and selecting the very best kind of paper for the attendees. I only have to finish doing the presentation and I will be fully ready for it. I am so excited, maybe a bit nervous… Continue reading Getting ready for the Workshop
You'd better not cry, you'd better not pout, origami Santa is coming to town ....
I ended up liking this model so much, that I am now planning to frame it, so that I can display it easily and all year long. After all, there are bats for more than just on Halloween day.
So, we got the notification that two roses were sold. May they bring many smiles on whoever holds them. I can imagine a loving sibling bringing them as gifts for the two other siblings. Or perhaps a loving parent for his or her two daughters. Or maybe it was a romantic partner for that special… Continue reading Smiles for Roses
Normally I fold the figures with a 80g/m2 kind of paper, but this time I thought this little cute fox would look nice if I used a thinner paper, 40g/m2. However, it was not until I finish folding the figure when I realized that the paper is not only thinner but unforgiving, I made a… Continue reading Unforgiving paper for a tough-looking fox
It was a normal day, I do not remember how long ago, when Gregor and I saw this place for the first time. A store full of curiosities and special items, which at first glace did not seem to have a specific topic or target; but it just had a little of everything for everyone.… Continue reading How I decided to finally sell my origami