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1592530656

Origami sourcebook : beautiful projects and mythical characters : step by step

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Origami isn't just a paper craft; it is a way of life. This book brings to life the popular Japanese art of origami in objects that are both utilitarian and decorative. Readers will learn how to create an extraordinary range of useful and beautiful projects that are meant to be a part of everyday life. Striking photographs, precise illustrations, and easy-to-follow instructions lure both the beginner and the more seasoned origami artist into the pages and entice them with projects that require a minimum of time and effort. This book spans the entire range of origami subjects, including everything from magical creatures to home decor projects, such as dragons, wizards, paper flower arrangements, napkin rings, and more.

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Geneva Public Library 736.982 ANS (Text)
Second Floor Nonfiction
52118100222766
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Record details

  • ISBN: 1592530656 :
  • Physical Description: 176 p. : chiefly ill. (some col.) ; 21 cm.
  • Publisher: Gloucester, MA : Quarry Books, [2004?]

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note:
Basics -- Projects, home decor: Napkin cuffs -- Classic napkin folds -- Bird of paradise -- Pajarita -- Ingenious letter fold -- Star -- Crane -- Fancy dish -- Lotus box -- Picture frame -- Renaissance shopping bag -- Perching birds -- Tropical flowers -- Chalice -- Heart gift box -- Bowl -- Three-D greeting cards -- Modular folds -- Star system -- Projects, mythical dreatures: Ouroboros -- Paper bat -- Wizard and witch -- Winged dragon -- Gargoyle -- Daedalus -- Pegasus -- Flapping dragon -- Woodland elf -- Centaur -- Rearing dragon -- Shiva -- Unicorn -- Long-tailed dragon -- Cerberus -- Credits.
Summary, etc.:
Origami isn't just a paper craft; it is a way of life. This book brings to life the popular Japanese art of origami in objects that are both utilitarian and decorative. Readers will learn how to create an extraordinary range of useful and beautiful projects that are meant to be a part of everyday life. Striking photographs, precise illustrations, and easy-to-follow instructions lure both the beginner and the more seasoned origami artist into the pages and entice them with projects that require a minimum of time and effort. This book spans the entire range of origami subjects, including everything from magical creatures to home decor projects, such as dragons, wizards, paper flower arrangements, napkin rings, and more.
Subject: Origami.
Origami.


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