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That was a really good idea for "J".Nice picture.
Wonderful picture, vivid and pleasant colours !The art of japanese folding is astounding!I received a rhinoceros (made of folded paper ,of course ) from a mailartist a few months ago: awesome work !
Xtra special post! I love the colors.
i made origami since i was in kindergarten. i think the bird shape one is the most popular one.love the color of your origamis.
I love it. I love it!!!! Fantasic idea and photo. Love the colores and I wish I could learn that:)
Very good idea and beautiful!!
I love those cranes. . . I have a green and white one like yours! Mine has a name on it -- Jean Roger, age 24. . . she died in the 9/11 attacks. I picked this up at a paper craft store shortly after 9/11 and I pray for Jean's family each time I see it on my bookshelf.You made a great choice and if you folded all those cranes, I am jealous!
Very colorful but too many cranes to fold!
Vibrant colours indeed! Just lovely!PatGuelph Daily Photo, My Photos.
very colorful Japanese art!
Of course ... lovely vibrant colours.
I do like that colorful photo and the idea behind the cranes. I'm thinking that you might have folded them, Susan.
What a great post!!Love the colors.
Beautiful picture, but I don't know whether I would have the patience for folding 1000 times...
I just got one of these from a friend of mine.
I find origami a great art and enjoy doing it. Somehow I relax whilst folding these papers. The only thing is that here in Malta one does not find coloured and patterned origami papers :(. Great colours ;)
p.s. I must also stress out that it takes me ages to fold in the proper way when I am following instructions !!
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