At an after Christmas sale this past year I purchased a book on origami for about $5, which included about 50 sheets of origami paper. After finishing the book, I put origami aside for several months. I was busy working and gardening and didn't have much time for my origami. Then, one day last month I purchased actual origami rice paper from Michael's craft store. The papers were beautiful prints of cherry blossoms, lotus flowers, bamboo, and other fun Japanese designs.
So, I had the paper but didn't have any idea where to start, which prompted a google search. The next thing I found changed my origami ability forever! http://www.origami-instructions.com/index.html This website will give you detailed instructions on how to make simple to very complex origami. Check it out, and try a new hobby today. Don't worry if you don't like it, pick something else, just give it a fair try.
|Here are just a few of the items I made in just a few sittings. |
Paper cranes, box with divider, standing container, and fortune teller.