Apr 29, 2012
Apr 22, 2012
The model was folded with a 5" x 28" (125 mm x 700 mm) rectangle of kraft paper. It starts by folding a 60º grid. I took me a while to figure out how to collapse each star, but it was a fun challenge and I liked the end result a lot.
For future reference, if you happen to have the book, and you know how to read Japanese, please leave me a comment with the name of the model.
Apr 15, 2012
Perfect Pearls Mists 2 Oz. Spray Bottle: Pewter, to get a pearlescent shimmer.
The model is from the book, Home Decorating with Origami, by Tomoko Fuse.
Apr 8, 2012
Yes, of course... Folding them!
Here are the details of the models:
- Cup, created by Shuzo Fujimoto, folded from a 12" x 6" (300 mm x 150 mm) rectangle of scrapbook paper. The instructions can be found in the book, Fujimoto World - Twist Fold, ISBN 978-4416312001.
- Chocolate cake, created by Yoshihide Momotani, folded from a 6" x 3" (150 mm x 75 mm) rectangle of scrapbook paper. The instructions can be found in the book, Cute Origami, ISBN 4416303017.
- Saucer, created by Yoshihide Momotani, folded from two 6" (150 mm) squares of scrapbook paper. The instructions can be found in the book, Doll's House with Origami, ISBN 4416303017.
Apr 1, 2012
I folded each unit with a 3" (75mm) square of duo origami paper, solid color on one side and patterned on the other.