>We have a good friend who is celebrating his 40th birthday real soon. He is a big Star Wars fan massive understatement. So my oldest daughter made this gift for him. All my daughters love to make origami they are all pretty much self taught. My husband and myself helped a little in the beginning but I haven’t made anything this complex ever with origami. She made this using a pattern for yodashe found on the internet.(when you get to the previous link click on the picture of Yoda to get to the tutorial). Here for the light saber. If you think his other hand looks odd it is becasue he is holding his staff in that hand.
19 Apr 2010 3 Comments
My oldest daughter loves origami. Over the years I have jumped over many little pieces of folded paper. In the last 1 1/2 to 2 years the other daughters have started to love origami and kirigami. Which means more little pieces of paper to jump over.
This weekend there big thing they made with little pieces of paper took lots of little pieces. These are the end results of their work.
12 Oct 2009 1 Comment
>Just got back from a trip to California for my Vavo’s 95th birthday. While there I went to the Moon festival in Hanford in China Alley. We had a ton of fun one of the first things the girls did was visit an origami both.
07 Feb 2008 4 Comments
25 Oct 2007 1 Comment
>My kids are wanting to enter a Christmas Ornament /Decorated tree contest, so out came the crafts. So far, two are making quilled ornaments and one is working on Origami ornaments. I think they are going to have a lot of fun with this project, and they have almost two months till the deadline. So I can guess there will probably be lots of glue out for the next few weeks.
I have made a little bit of progress on the Halloween yoyo quilt.