Christmas is a good moment to look back to the year that is just ending, so I guess it’s the perfect time for a round up! ❤ Here you have my 4 favorite origami projects:
Surfing the net the other day I just stumbled upon this super easy origami box tutorial by Hazel Fisher Creations and, of course, I had to try it.
I love inspirational quotes. They are quick and easy pieces of cheap philosophy, ok…, but that doesn’t mean they are not true. And sometimes we all need to be remembered about the important things in life, no matter if the message comes from the mouth of a Nobel prize, an Instagram post, or a sentence in a mug.
I like some of the classic ones, like: “Do more of what makes you happy”, “If nothing ever changed there’d be no butterflies”, “Put your shit together”… but my all time favorite is THIS TOO SHALL PASS.
GOT7 is here and many people have been waiting eagerly for it. Are you planning to watch it with your family or friends? Why don’t you take a few minutes to decorate your home with some of these origami dragons?
Hi there! I’m back with another scratch paper project, which I just learn the correct name for this technique is “sgraffito”. The truth is I made this BEFORE the Beauty and the Best stained glass thing, and it was a very useful way to learn the technique and see all the possibilities this color paper could offer.
I’m very excited with the new Beauty and the Beast live action Disney movie and, to celebrate it, I made this piece with scratch paper copying one of the stained glass scenes from the original animated movie.
So, here you have a Christmas tree that’s eco-friendly, fits all apartment sizes and is fun to make.
I’ve been making origami cranes for a good cause.