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Oriland Origami Magic Star

It’s been a very long time since I’ve taken the time to post anything – I’ve missed it.  A lot has changed: we’ve moved states, I’m employed again (Yay!), and I’m still working on going to school online.  I wish … Continue reading

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More Oriland Origami Magic Stars

I finally buckled down and finished a magic origami star for my middle son.  With this one, I was able to try out another variation of the the ‘walk-around’ pattern; this time with two colors.  The green and red colors … Continue reading

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Time to Fold Somewhere Else

We’re in the process of moving states in the very near future; hence the reason why I haven’t posted anything new lately.  Today was our last Sunday here.  While here I team-taught the 11-year-old Sunday School class at my church.  … Continue reading

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Tomoko Fuse Origami Quilts #2

I love every chance I get to fold Tomoko Fuse’s work.  Recently my wife suggested that I fold an origami quilt for both of our mothers.  Both of our moms are avid quilters (amazing ones too).  Something fairly unique to … Continue reading

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Origami Internet Gems, Tomoko Fuse Unit Origami & Origami Tessellation Display

One of the things that I absolutely love about the Internet is the vast array of free origami diagrams.  I am always willing and desirous to purchase good origami books; not only to have a wonderful library available, but also … Continue reading

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Origami Christmas Decorations – Origami Wreath

Origami Christmas Wreath using open frame II units from Tomoko Fuse’s book, Unit Origami: Multidimensional Transformations. One of the first origami Christmas decorations that I made (and one of the first things I had thought up on my own) was … Continue reading

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Origami Christmas Tree Tutorial

In one of my previous posts about origami sonobe balls I posted a picture of how I had used some of the balls that I had folded as Christmas tree ornaments.  The post is here.  The tree is made from … Continue reading

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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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