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16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Marcela .... great job on your website!!!! And thanks so much for sharing your beautiful diagrams. I folded the Pumpkin tato so far and just love it!

Jennifer ... Origami Houston!

François ZIEGLER said...

Hello Marcella,
Your tree is cute. However, I think that the trunk module should be 9.6 inches instead of 8. Am I right ?
Merry Xmas.
Francois (from France).

Marcela Brina said...

Hi François,
Thanks for your comment. The model in the blog entry (the green/brown that stands in the front of the snowy one) is folded from commercial origami paper. The leaves modules are made from 150 mm/5.9" tant paper and the trunk from 200 mm/7.9" Folia origami paper. So 6" for the leaves and 8" for the trunk will work fine, although I see no harm in using a bigger paper for trunk.
Merry Christmas

Family Info said...

I just saw your FLOWER CUBE BOX. It's fantastic. Do you have directions for this????
Thanks
Julie

Marcela Brina said...

Hi Julie,
I don't have the diagrams for this model yet.

Miguel Leal said...

Thanks for the diagrams

Anonymous said...

What is the size of the paper for the valentine's day card and heart?

Marcela Brina said...

The valentine's day card was folded with 12" and the heart with 6". The details are available in the post of Feb 13, 2011. This is the direct link: http://www.artisbellus.com/2011/02/valentines-day-card-new-origami-model.html

Anonymous said...

I have been enjoying your work for 18 months or more. They are just challenging enough so that the final model is fun to see as well as fun to fold. Thank you so much for sharing your love of origami in your models and informing us the kind of paper to use, or the origins of each model. I read every new letter. Jean Kinsey

Anonymous said...

genial el origami todavia soy nivel 2

Anonymous said...

Hi, I was wondering if you have instructions/a diagram for the origami orchid that is on your blog?

Thanks
Susan

Anonymous said...

Can you help me with the module for the 3-D origami snowman? I can't find any directions to make an icosahedron with 5 squares of paper.

Marcela Brina said...

You can find the instructions for the module for the 3-D origami snowman in the book Unit Origami Essence, by Tomoko Fuse, page 78. Hope this helps!

Marcela Brina said...

I haven't done a diagram for the origami orchid yet. Regards.

Unknown said...

Hi Marcela,

My 6 years old son is very interested in origami. Would advise any book or method or web or patterns for very young beginners?

Thanks a lot!

¡Abrazo desde Barcelona!

Jesús Gil Vilda

Marcela Brina said...

Hola Jesús!
For young beginners my favorite ones are:
Site: http://en.origami-club.com, by Fumiaki Shingu
Book: Easy Origami, by John Montroll
Saludos para tí y tu familia!

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