With the PowerUp Electric Power Module, you can easily toss regular paper airplanes hundreds of yards. Simply fold a standard piece of copier paper into the design of your choice, clip on the PowerUp, and take flight! Dramatically extend the … Continue reading →
Black Cats on the Chimney Several Autors: Cat by Teruo Tsuji, Cat by Mieko Seta, Cat by Gilad Aharoni, Cat by Eiji Tsuchito, White Socks by Jun Maekawa and Halloween Cat by Fred Rohm Folded and Photo: @origami_kids All Cats … Continue reading →
This is a very simple paper cat, is easy to fold so is a great introduction to origami for kids This is a traditional 0rigami cat model. Folder and Photo: @OrigamiKids Complexity Easy. You need 2 sheets of classic uncut … Continue reading →
Why Paper Airplanes Look Different Than Real Planes? Most full size planes have wings, a tail, and a fuselage (body) that holds the pilot and passengers. Most paper airplanes have just a wing and fold of paper on the bottom … Continue reading →
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Today some 2 billion people –roughly 1 billion Catholics and another billion in protestant faiths-observe Christmas. If you were asked, “Why do you celebrate Christmas?” How would you respond? Many would say Christmas honors the birthday of Jesus. Others feel that Christmas is a good Christian family get-together. Many do it because they’ve … Continue reading »Continue reading
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Rock Star Mask (Paul Stanley of Kiss) by Alexander Oliveros Avila You Wanted The Best! You Got The Best! Designer: by Alexander Avila. Folded and Photo: Origami-Kids The Starchild. Folded from 2 squares origami paper about 25cm x 25cm Diagram … Continue reading →
Buho de Origami / Origami Owl (Design by Román Díaz) Folder and Photo: @OrigamiKids Complexity: Intermediate. Time to fold 30 min. Folded from one classic uncut square origami brown and green paper about 30 cm x 30 cm. The dimensions … Continue reading →
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Origami Vespertilio by Ioana Stoian Halloween origami is one way parents can save money and have quality time with their kids. Instead of buying decorations, you can make your own! Halloween is almost here, so why not fold very easy … Continue reading →
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