Origami Playtime: Animals: 15 Colorful, Ready-to-fold by Nobuyoshi Enomoto

By Nobuyoshi Enomoto

Origami Playtime e-book 1 Animals comprises 15 colourful , ready-to-fold origami for children. You'll fold cats, canine, birds, fish, frogs, and lots of different extraordinary creatures.

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Clip or cut out tiny little strips like bangs. 7. Place the two white flowers on top of each other, but with a small rotation so that the petals do not lie exactly on top of each other. Then cut two x’s in the middle of the flower. 8. Loosen the protective plastic from the tape on the yellow strip and roll up until you have used about 3" (8 cm) of the strip, then cut it off. 9. Fold down the tabs in the middle of the flower and place the yellow rolled-up strip in the middle. 10. Fold out the outermost layers of the yellow strips so that they are nicely spread out.

4. Fasten the egg and the yolk with a bit of spacer tape to obtain a 3-D aspect. Arugula step by step 1. Trace the template for the arugula leaf on wax paper. 2. Place the template on the selected paper. Fasten the wax paper with tape so that the paper does not slide. It is best if you use paper tape. Cut out with a scalpel. 3. Place the ruler in the middle of the blade and pull with the bone folder. Crease the leaf. 4. Put the leaf over the brush handle and press it together carefully so that it appears wrinkled.

You will find the template on page 63. indd 60 (Text) Daisy step by step 1. Trace the template on wax paper. 2. Place the template on the white paper. Fasten the wax paper with tape so that the paper does not slide. It is best if you use paper tape. 3. Cut out the contour of the flower with a scalpel. 4. Make two identical flowers so that there are twice as many petals on the daisy. 5. On a piece of yellow paper, fasten a double-sided tape about 3⁄16" (5 mm) from the edge of the paper and then cut out the strip on the other side of the tape.

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