Origami Cat by Teruo Tsuji Designer: Teruo Tsuji Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids Intermediate Time to fold 60 min. Head: 25 steps. Body 18 steps. Folded from 2 squares of origami black and white paper, about 15 cm x 15 cm … Continue reading →
BoatBox by Rachel Katz Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids Difficulty level: Intermediate Time to fold 45 min. 22 steps. Folded from a one classic Blue and White Single Uncut square origami paper, about 25cm x 25 cm. Start colored side up … Continue reading →
Designer, Folder and Photo: @OrigamiKids Complexity: Easy. Time to fold 10 min. Folded from one classic Uncut square origami black and white paper about 20 cm x 20 cm. This origami bookmark is my own design, based on one head … Continue reading →
The origami boat is a fun craft for older grade school children to make for a number of themes including: Columbus Day. learning about Japan. Transportation. Oceans and Bouyancy. And for some Sunday School themes including Jonah and the Whale. … Continue reading →
In this origami video tutorial you will learn how to make an origami swan. Start cuting 16 sheets of paper A4 in to small rectangles. You need 484 pieces. Take a small rectangle, fold it in half lengthwise and again … Continue reading →
Like Origami, Robots Fold Metal Sheets into Bespoke Bentley Concept. Kyungeun Ko, a vehicle design student at the Royal College of Art in London designed this custom Bentley for her final year project using Robofold technology and aluminum sheets for … Continue reading →
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Origami Cat by Richard Wang There are many different cat origami models that you can try. This cat model is a easy one disegned by Richard Wang, it provides a slightly realistic finished design that includes both the cat’s face … Continue reading →
Genetics in Fertility by Lucy Coleman Genetics are a contributing factor in up to 10 percent of couples who experience infertility or recurrent pregnancy loss. Genetic testing is a type of medical test that identifies changes in chromosomes, genes, or proteins. The results of a genetic test can confirm or rule out a suspected genetic … Continue reading »Continue reading
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Folding And Flying Your Planes Almost anyone can make paper airplanes, but it helps to know a little about how best to fold them and how to make them fly the way you want. The following guidelines will help you … Continue reading →
Origami SpiderWeb With Halloween around the corner, how about some festive origami for the occasion? Try making this Origami SpiderWeb Do It Yourself this Origami Spider Web Designer: Jeremy Shafer Folding and Photo: Origami-Kids Diagram: Origami to Astonish and Amuse … Continue reading →
My name is Lucy Coleman. I am a Medical Doctor and specialist in Human Reproduction, Fertility and Embryology.