Your price
RRP: £7.99
Save £0.53 (7%)
Dispatched within 4-5 working days.

Pocket Size Origami Fun Kit

Contains Everything You Need to Make 7 Exciting Paper Models

By (author) Michael G. LaFosse
Format: Mixed media product
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing, Boston, United States
Published: 1st Feb 2020
Dimensions: w 102mm h 102mm d 33mm
Weight: 85g
ISBN-10: 0804851948
ISBN-13: 9780804851947
Barcode No: 9780804851947
Bring the folding fun with you wherever you go! This adorable, pocket size kit features 7 models that are perfect for origami beginners. Don't let its small size fool you-Pocket Size Origami Fun Kit comes complete with everything you need to get started: A full-color instruction booklet with an introduction to folding techniques Simple step-by-step instructions 12 sheets of colorfully-patterned, single-sided folding paper The origami projects included in this kit are: Blow-up "Balloon" Cube-an impressive cubical form that looks more difficult to fold than it actually is...a puff of air makes it inflate! Jumping Frog-a delightfully playful action model, just press its back and watch it spring Classic Crane-the model you see everywhere: in movies, ads and on you can add it to your repertoire! Butterfly-a charmingly realistic model that will add a touch of elegance to any gift, desktop or wall Masu Box-a classic functional model that can be used to store small items. Fold up two and use the second one as a lid Pinwheel-create a whirling pinwheel that can rotate with the breeze at the end of a dowel or pencil Fur Seal-author Michael G. LaFosse is famous for his lifelike wildlife models, and this handsome paper seal is no exception

New & Used

Seller Information Condition Price

What Reviewers Are Saying

Submit your review
Newspapers & Magazines
"This kit would be great to keep in your car's glove box, a purse or backpack for when you are travelling or have unexpected delays before medical appointments, travel, or any manner of things. You could also use it for a gift for birthdays or holidays, too, of course." -Castle View Academy blog