Paper Craft Silver Dragon by Gedo Senki (Tales from Earthsea) Folder and Photographer: Origami Kids For the Dragon Lovers! Difficulty level: Medium. Time to fold 2 days. This is not Origami, but look very nice!; it’s a Paper Craft Dragon … Continue reading →
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This year’s display of mathematical art at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in Boston featured an eye-popping array of three-dimensional structures. One of the favorites was a crinkled surface—an intricately pleated cone—crafted from a single sheet of blue paper. Titled Pleated … Continue reading →
Origami Cat Family by Kunihiko Kasahara Designer: Kunihiko Kasahara Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids Complexity: Easy. Time to fold 20 min. 20 steps. Folded from a one Square origami black and white paper, about 20 cm x 20 cm. Diagrams in … Continue reading →
The record for the most paper aircraft launched simultaneously is 12,672, and was organised by REALIZAR IMPACT MARKETING and FC PORTO at the Dragao Stadium, Porto, Portugal, on 2 November 2007. Tutorial Originally posted 2013-05-14 21:33:39. Republished by Blog Post … Continue reading →
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Origami Diamond by Satoshi Kamiya Designer: Satoshi Kamiya. Folder and Photo: @OrigamiKids Complexity: Intermediate. Time to fold 30 min. Folded from one classic uncut square origami blue paper about 30 cm x 30 cm. The dimensions may vary depending on … Continue reading →
News of an exhibition titled “Architectures de Papier” featuring real and imaginary, folded and cut paper architectural works to be shown at la Cité de l’architecture & du patrimoine in Paris starting October 11, 2012. “Visitors will discover the origami … Continue reading →
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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 →
Through this blog I will communicate the discoveries I’ve made during my fertility experience. It has been a broad experience fulfilled with new discoveries, understanding and respect for the field of life. I am sure many of the patients coming here will find comfort to several questions they may have, as a way to … Continue reading "What is fertility online for?"Continue reading
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My name is Lucy Coleman. I am a Medical Doctor and specialist in Human Reproduction, Fertility and Embryology.