Saturday, August 01, 2015

Trash Origami Review & Giveaway

Origami Dish
My new favorite origami fold is called Ali's Folded Dish. Attractive and practical, the design is solid and easily folded. An 8 1/4" square folds into a 5 x 5 x 2" deep dish that stacks neatly. Brings new meaning to the term "paper plates". The design is from Trash Origami 25 Exciting Paper Models You Can Make with Recycled Trash by Michael G. LaFosse & Richard L. Alexander. Reuse pretty or interesting bits of paper from your recycling bin. I used origami paper. A professional DVD is included. Get your copy below!

CONTENTS

Introduction
Raw Materials
Making Squares

Crowns & Towers Game
Jumping Frogs
Scoopy Ball Game
Flap Cube Cores & Paneled Cubes
Photo Cubes
Modular Chess & Checkerboard Sets
Ali's Folded Dish
Masu Boxes

Star Box Lids
Candy Wrapper Butterflies
Interlocking Flower Petals
Sailboat Envelopes
Flapping Bird Envelopes
Shuttle Darts
Art-Deco Wings
Snack Bag Wallets

Bag Ballot Boxes
Custom-Bound Books
Calendar Wreaths
Curler Unit Balls
Paper Hearts
Crumpled Mushrooms
Pinwheel Envelopes
Dave Brill's Origami Masu

Suggested Uses for Trash Origami
Acknowledgments
Resources

Trash Origami is available in both my Canadian and USA Amazon Stores and worldwide at Tuttle Publishing. Check out their unique catalog, rooted in Asian culture, language and history at Tuttle Publishing.

Tuttle Publishing has generously offered to giveaway a copy of Trash Origami! One winner will be selected at random. Good luck! Open until August 15, 2015, Canadian and USA addresses only.


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22 comments:

  1. I would like Basic Black: 26 Edgy Essentials for the Modern Wardrobe by Sato Watanabe. I do hope the instructions are good; it can be difficult to see sewing on black fabric.
    MPaula

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  2. I keep looking at their Everyday Bento book and would love to get a copy. Also I'm a huge recycler and want to repurpose most everything instead of adding to our trash problems. ~Deb

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  3. I do love looking at origami pieces but need some basics and confidence building so the Ultimate Origami for Beginners Kit from Tuttle Publishing would be ideal for me. ~Deb

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  4. I love Japanese culture and Sustainability so this is very cool. There is a Japanese festival this weekend! Hopefully next year I can bring some of these orgami's there!

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  5. I would like the book Buddhist Wisdom

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  6. I also love the LaFosse & Alexander's Origami Flowers Kit.

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  7. I think my son would love the Origami Toy Monsters book!

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  8. I would also like the Wok Cooking Made Easy cookbook
    Entry form name: Marlene V.

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  9. I would love to have a copy of Edda by Snorri Sturluson!

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  10. I would like the Origami Animal Sculptures.

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  11. I better win... Trash Origami sounds awesome!

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  12. The My First Origami Kit would be so great to have for my little one!

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  13. Origami Extravaganza! Folding Paper, a Book, and a Box looks like a fun book!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  14. I would like to also have My First Origami Kit book

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  15. I'd love to give Origami Toy Monsters to my nephew!

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  16. I would love to get the Bible Origami book for my son Harry! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  17. I would love Nong's Thai Kitchen! Those recipes look delicious. Thank you for entering me!

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  18. I really like the Everyday Bento my kids would really like it also ! :) Thank you for the great giveaway !!
    http://www.tuttlepublishing.com/books-by-country/everyday-bento-paperback-with-flaps

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