Wednesday, January 02, 2019

Wedding Origami Review

Make origami cranes for your wedding with Wedding Origami: The Ancient Tradition for Love and Celebration by Katherine Furman and Duy Nguyen. It's an all-in-one origami book and paper pad measuring 6 x 6 inches (15.2 x 15.2 cm). Inside you will find instructions for folding 3 paper crane models, followed by ideas on how to use them as gorgeous wedding favors, bouquets and decor. There are also some wonderful ideas for origami wedding activities. The majority of the book is made up of 500 pages of easy to remove folding paper. It is beautifully patterned on one side and blank on the reverse. The paper has a matte finish and the ink does not rub off on your hands when folding. There are 20 sheets of each of the 25 patterns. Once reserved for the elite nowadays anyone can incorporate origami into their wedding. Cider Mill Press released this 576 page paperback March 14, 2017. Get your copy below!




































Contents

PART I:  ALL ABOUT ORIGAMI CRANES
A Brief History of Origami
The Symbolism of the Crane
Folding 1,000 Cranes
The Different Orizuru
Colors of the Orizuru

PART II:  HOW TO FOLD YOUR OWN CRANES
Legend for Lines and Arrows
Basic Folds
Traditional - Style Crane (easy)
Fancy Crane (medium)
Migrating Crane (expert)
Stringing Senbazuru

PART III:  ORIGAMI CRANES AND YOUR WEDDING
Origami Activities for Before the Wedding
Projects and Decor for Your Wedding Day



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Wedding Origami is available worldwide at Amazon USAAmazon Canada and Amazon UK etc. Cider Mill Press is an independent publisher of high-quality cookbooks, elegant wine and spirits projects, humorous parodies, classic children's books, and more. Check out their unique catalog at Cider Mill Press.


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30 comments:

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  2. Origami can be so fun to make but stressful too. lol

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  3. This book will bring happiness to everyone who wishes to make origami cranes!

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  4. I had never thought of origami as a wedding decoration.

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  5. This is a fun and unique use for oragami! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. I didn't know origami can make lots of cool things.i like this it's beautiful

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  7. I live origami. I remember being a kid and making a ring out of a dollar bill, and just recently I saw a mans shirt made out of a dollar

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  8. I love the idea of wedding origami! How neat!

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  9. I love origami I'd love to learn how to.

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  10. What a great idea for a wedding and unusual too! My son is getting married next year and maybe she might love it too!

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  11. I have never thought of using origami as a wedding decoration. This would be unusual and could be very beautiful.

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  12. This is so beautiful and you can let your creativity shine.

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  13. I think these are so beautiful! I love how easy these can be to make and I think they would look lovely on a wedding table.
    @tisonlyme143

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  14. Very interesting! My sister just got engaged. I have seen people hang columns of origami birds, it looked beautiful. And I do love making origami. Something to talk to my sis about :)

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  15. These are so pretty. I love it.

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  16. I love the idea of using cranes.

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  17. I like some clean basic origami

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  18. Wow Beautiful Artwork Extremely Talented!!!

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  19. Beautiful decorations for a wedding, lots of hard work though!

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  20. I never thought of these and they look so pretty

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  21. so pretty! Origami is so elegant!

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  22. So pretty. I love it.

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  23. I love origami pieces you make,just beautiful !

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  24. This is so beautiful and creative.

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