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How many bugs do you have in your wallet? Transform your dollar bills into a collection of insects that impress everyone! This kit provides everything you need to become an expert origami entomologist. Follow the detailed diagrams in the instruction book and use the practice currency until you can fold up a bug in minutes with your own money. Also, learn about each insect with the field guide information offered at the beginning of each section. Origami critters are a fun, unique way to leave a tip at a restaurant, or to give as a gift!
Won Park was born in Korea and moved to the United States when he was three years old. Origami was an important part of his life from a very young age, and he started folding paper when he was six years old. His first mentor was his mother, who taught him very simple models. As he got older, he started to study origami from library books and began folding money in middle school. He found the paper used to make the dollar was the ideal folding medium, since the paper is very resilient and strong. Since then he has specialized in folding money. He lives in Honolulu, HI.