9781626865945

Color-Gami Color and Fold Your Way to Calm

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  • ISBN13:

    9781626865945

  • ISBN10:

    1626865949

  • Format: Package
  • Copyright: 4/12/2016
  • Publisher: Thunder Bay Press

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Summary

Customize your origami folding sheets by coloring in beautiful designs and patterns, then follow the instructions to fold flowers, animals, and more. The easy step-by-step instruction book with detailed diagrams will take you through the folds. Finished models make great gift toppers! Novice and master folders alike will find hours of entertainment in this kit.

Author Biography

Eleanor Kwei has both written and designed a number of arts and crafts books, and is also an illustrator of children's books. Eleanor lives in the Hudson River Valley, where she continues to be inspired by the seasonal colors and the beautiful shapes of nature.

Masao Donahue is a New York-based editor and writer whose work has focused on promoting Japanese art and culture. He has edited numerous origami books, and co-authored two others, Origami 365 and Doodle-gami. He has also taught courses in Japanese history, cinema, and origami.

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