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One Last Heinz Strobl Snapology Project

As much as I’ve enjoyed folding Snapology models by Heinz Strobl, I had planned to move onto something else to keep up a little variety.  However, I had the idea of making the small Icosahedron models to give as a … Continue reading

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More Heinz Strobl Snapology Models

Here are the rest of the Snapology models that I folded.  In my last post about the largest model (the Truncated Icosidodecahedron) I stated that I didn’t use any glue (which I didn’t), however some of the smaller models required … Continue reading

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Heinz Strobl’s Snapology Project

Something I love about origami is being able to watch paper start at such a plain and basic form that we use everyday and become something so much more incredible and beautiful.  I recently decided to try my hand at … Continue reading

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