Sunday, October 21, 2012

Origami Owl

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The design is from Origami, Plain And Simple, 30 Models by Robert Neale Text by Thomas Hull and published by St Martin's Griffin. Each owl requires one sheet of square origami paper and a few simple folds. I used 6 and 7.5cm squares of rice paper. Tutorial below.

P1490257b They stand upright alone. No scissors, glue or tape used!

Tutorial: Origami Owl

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  2. Thank you for sharing the Owls Tutorial!! Going to try with my Grangirlie! :) They are soooo cool!

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  3. this is cool origami owl. Awesome!

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  4. I love the designs on the paper too love learning how to do this thanks.

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  5. Wow! So creative. I would love to do this.

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  6. These are absolutely enchanting for all ages!

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  7. Oh, so cute :) Some people are just so creative.

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  8. The paper and designs are just lovely.

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  9. I've always found this so fascinating..

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  10. I have always liked origami....I had an origami a day calendar....we used them to decorate our Christmas tree that year!

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  11. I know my great niece would love doing Origami; thanks for sharing this Owl.

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  12. These are so cute.

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  13. I like that these stand up on their own. Pretty cool.

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  14. Those are so cool! Fun project to do with my nieces. Thank you for sharing☺

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  15. I used to play around with origami when I was a child; fascinating craft really. I have a book on it somewhere.

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  16. Owls are a favorite of many people...this origami project looks easy to do.

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