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Amy Pajcic 59m
This is what 1000 paper cranes looks like!
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ESpressions Design Jun 16
3D Origami Boaters. These will be available at PortCon Maine.
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Dr Lizzie Burns 42m
I'm excited about this: finding complete focus in drawing the detail of proteins within us. It's all about folding and form. Such parallels with Origami. Life is astonishing. Reveal the patterns within.
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Malcolm 4h
Have been expelled from the Origami Club on my first day for failing my basics...
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Pseudopod🐙 17h
I didn't get great photos of this Hideo Komatsu Hippo when I first folded it, so here's so fresher pics of it wading in dice then getting startled by a mimic. Photos brought to you by what was by my desk at the time.
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Wolves Libraries 1h
It's been a long time but seems like Central library's mysterious origamist is back!
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Heart of Fold Jun 15
The results are in! I’m celebrating 300 followers by giving away a set of 20 lanterns! Retweet this and follow me before June 21 to be entered to win!
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Zol 8h
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Volker Rudolf Jun 16
bucket list: - call dad ☑️ - Have a “brunch” meal that comes on 3 separate 🥘 plates bc it’s so big ☑️ - Get tummy ache bc I ate too much ☑️ - make lots of ☑️ - Finally own a jumping handmade by my daughter ☑️ - love being a dad ☑️
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Ofailoto Jun 19
Work and 😊 When you’re trying to balance life!
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Matt Edwards 7h
Arctic Fox (Oriol Esteve). This is my second attempt as 15x15 kami was a little too small and I wasn't happy with the face. The nose is still a little too large but you can't adjust it too much afterwards even with a 20x20 square. I love this model.
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Tomas Krupan 29m
; each paper crane represents a or ; be aware of the people around you & offer help if you feel like someone might need it; & ; little , continuously; cherries at Wimbledon Park
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Miss Thomson 23h
Some P2 children shared an interest in Origami with older children, resulting in a shared learning experience. These children shared their talent whilst patiently modelling and supporting the children to create their own models. Well done everyone.
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Jackie Han 4h
Wow human character is the hardest type origami. really is not only an art, it’s also loads of math! Let’s go Origami Fans!
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Barry Farrimond MBE Jun 12
My son made me this dragon for my birthday! So, so beautiful. I also got gin and chocolate.👍🏻
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Marcel Steeman Jun 18
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Elsa Domoney Jun 18
Enjoyed making origami sea creatures today (even though the shark turned out more like a tuna 😂)🦈
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QURATULAIN NOOR 12h
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Lamina Animal™ 6h
Origami linen, you don't say? Here's a sneak preview of our stuffing free toy that is included in our gift boxes...
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Mikéla Henry-Lowe Jun 19
I think I am developing an origami obsession 😂
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