Thursday, August 27, 2015

Origami Playhouse Review & Giveaway

Huy Voun Lee's Origami Playhouse is a one-of-a-kind origami kit that will capture your imagination! It includes a 60-page booklet with instructions for more than 20 origami pieces, 60 beautifully designed origami papers, and an easy-to-assemble pop-up paper house for play and display. Fold home furnishings and decor, crafting the style of each piece by your choice of paper. Decorate your perfect space including bedroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom and accessories. Stage fun scenes in your very own personalized origami home. Charming and whimsical. Will provide hours of creative play and learning. Get your copy below!

CONTENTS

Introduction
Symbols
Folds
Paper Sizes

BEDROOM
Drawer
Drawer Chest
Vanity Table
Vanity Seat
Armchair
Bed
Pillow

LIVING ROOM
Sofa
Sofa Chair
Coffee Table
Bookcase

DINING ROOM
Dining Chair
Dining Table

KITCHEN
Refrigerator
Sink
Stove

BATHROOM
Toilet
Bathtub

ACCESSORIES
Bowl
Frame/Mirror
Spiral Star

Acknowledgments
About the Author

Origami Playhouse is available in both my Canadian and USA Amazon Stores. It is published by Chronicle Books. Raincoast Books is a division of Raincoast Book Distribution Inc., an award winning, Canadian-owned book wholesale and distribution company based in Vancouver, BC.

Raincoast Books has generously offered to giveaway a copy of Origami Playhouse! One winner will be selected at random. Good luck! Canadian and USA addresses. Until September 10, 2015.


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51 comments:

  1. I visited the site and would like to get the Flapper's bo

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  2. I'd love to get The Map As Art. I love cartography!

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  3. I Wish You More looks like a cute story I would like for my daughter!

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  4. Stylish dress book by Yoshiko Tsukiori

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  5. The "Map as Art" is inspiring and interesting.

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  6. I'd like to receive "100 Years of Fashion Illustration!" That looks awesome!

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  7. I would like to have, In the Winds, it looks interesting.

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  8. I'd like Amy Butler's In Stitches.

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  9. I LOVE Star Wars Epic Yarns!! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  10. I am a voracious reader of eclectic tastes. I can spend hours in a bookstore, especially a second store, or a library. That is to explain that I picked the first book in the list that I would love to read. It is Flappers: Six Women of a Dangerous Generation by Judith Mackrell. It is not in my library but I will see if they can find it for me. Now that I know about it, I want to read it.
    MPaula

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  11. I would love to receive !00 New Fashion Designers. I love all art.

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  12. Mastering the Art of Chinese Cooking
    Eileen Yin-Fei Lo; photographs by Susie Cushner
    Publisher: Chronicle Books

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  13. Another book from Raincoast's Featured Books that I would like to give to my niece is Original Mother Goose by Blanche Fisher Wright.

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  14. I think hte In the Wilds looks cools

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  15. I would love the 100 Years of Fashion Illustration book.
    Entry form name: Marlene V.

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  16. I'd gift to a friend the book A Dog's Journey by W. Bruce Cameron.~Deb

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  17. Bailey Dexter I would love to pick up the Grand-o-grams, Postcards to Keep in Touch with Your Grandkids All Year Round by Marianne Richmond. What a great way to keep in touch with the grandkids as well as fun to read together!



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  18. I like the In the Wilds Drawings by Nigel Peake

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  19. This origami set is just precious.

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  20. I'd love to read 100 years of fashion illustration!

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  21. I like the 100 New Fashion Designers

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  22. Tom Kundig's "Houses" would be a book I was interested in.

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  23. I'd love to read "The Hare with Amber Eyes - A Hidden Inheritance" by Edmund de Waal.

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  24. I would love to read A Paris Sketchbook-imagine the gorgeous drawings in it. It would make a great coffeetable book.
    flyergal82 AT (yahoo) /dot $com%

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  25. I'd like to check out Amy Butler's Little Stitches for Little Ones!

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  26. the map as art, perfect for crafty projects

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  27. I would really like to read the Let Me Go book. Thanks!

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  28. I would like the Dog Journey or Paper cutting, or Paris sketch book.

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  29. I would like to have the Bold, Beautiful and Damned

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  30. I visited Raincoast Books and I'd love any of the Amy Butler books!! Love both of the sites, yours and theirs!

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  31. http://services.raincoast.com/scripts/b2b.wsc/featured?hh_isbn=9781250026903&ht_orig_from=raincoast

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  32. "I Didn’t Do My Homework Because…" sounds like a fun book to have.

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  33. My Wonderful World of Fashion looks like a fun book! It's one of those adult coloring books.

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  34. Lonely Planet's Ultimate Travelist looks cool!! https://services.raincoast.com/scripts/b2b.wsc/featured?hh_isbn=9781743607473

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  35. Oh I would love the The 13-Story Treehouse book! Oh we would love so many that they have!

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  36. Let's just say, I'm obsessed with wanting all of them. But I would really like to have My Story from Elizabeth Smart!

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  37. I've always wanted to try paper cutting, so I'd love to have the Paper Cutting Book. Lonely Planet's Ultimate Travelist looks like it would be great, also.

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  38. I would like Amy Butler's Style Stitches.

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  39. I'd like to received their Paper Cutting book.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  40. i would like the Woodcut
    Bryan Nash Gill book

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  41. I'd like to receive The Long Way Home by Louise Penny.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  42. I Didn’t Do My Homework Because…That book sounds like it would be the perfect book for my 4th grader who hates to do her homework!

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  43. Following on Network BLogs as one2try

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  44. the book Sign Painters looks interesting

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