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More paper stars

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Let the stars illuminate your rooms, your Christmas trees and even your life. With a little golden kraft paper, scissors and a few folds you can create them. This origami figure starts with a pentagonal paper. With just a few folds it becomes a star. Do you want to know how? On this website you will find all the steps,… Read more »

Winter stars

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I have recently started to notice stars everywhere (shop windows, magazines…). They have invaded our lives!! Personally, I really like them. In fact, I might have become slightly obsessed with this figure. Looking for new ways to fold it, I founded this Swiss web that offers 10 really attractive models. You have to fold them with transparent paper because the… Read more »

Pajarita bookmark

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I’m going to make a small parenthesis in my posts about origami Christmas to show you something different. Recently I uploaded into my Instagram account a photograph of a bookmark with a bow and it was quite successful. It is perfect gift for someone who loves reading and to create one you only need a double-sided paper. In this case… Read more »

Origami christmas ornaments

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Christmas is coming and with it the typical ornaments of these date, so I think it is the perfect time to publish a series of posts with decorations made with paper. This year you’ll have no excuse to decorate your home! The first proposal is this simple christmas wreath formed by eight red and green paper units. If you look… Read more »

The Bascetta star

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A couple of years ago, when I restart with enthusiasm my love for origami, I hated modular designs. Creating the individual parts was easy, but when I tried to join them the result was always a disaster. The frustration of spending an hour creating pieces that wouldn’t fit was terrible, so I decided that the modular origami was not for… Read more »