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Origami Bookcase Tutorial – Modular ♥︎ DIY ♥︎

Learn how to make an origami bookcase to go with the books I made in my previous tutorial. Paper size: 34cm x 17cm, 17cm x 17cm. Use thicker paper for a more sturdy shelf! ⬇︎ OPEN ME ⬇︎ ? Get a FREE printable origami paper pack: https://www.paperkawaii.com/free-paper ▶️ L E …

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Origami Kawasaki Rose Tutorial ? DIY ?

Learn how to make a rose designed by Toshikazu Kawasaki. This is the full pre crease and assembly. I hope you will find this video tutorial easy to follow, this is the way I find the easiest to make sure the rose turns out well. ? ⬇︎ Read more ⬇︎ …

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Origami Kawasaki Rose Tutorial – Alternate Angle ?

Watch from a close-up angle ▶︎ Learn how to make a rose designed by Toshikazu Kawasaki. This is an alternative angle of assembling the rose, please watch my other video with the pre creases you need to make the rose here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgXXcY43B7s ? Get a FREE printable origami paper pack: …

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Origami Book – Blizzard Style Tutorial ♥︎ DIY ♥︎

A pretty and practical ‘Blizzard’ style book project. This book is perfect for a gift, you could even make one bigger by doubling the measurements. You could have more pages, either use longer paper, or stick them together!⬇︎ Expand for more info ⬇︎ ? Get a FREE printable origami paper …

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Origami Long Ribbon Tutorial ♥︎ DIY ♥︎

A cute origami bow / ribbon with tails! Great for gift wrapping. This pretty paper bow is made from 2 strips of paper, with no cutting or glueing! You could use any size paper, for decorating gift wrap or card making. ⬇︎ Expand for more info ⬇︎ ? Get a …

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Cute Origami Bow Tutorial ? DIY ? No Cutting ?

This cute origami bow involves no cutting or glue. This pretty origami bow makes a great decoration on a gift box or a card, even pretty on it’s own. ? ⬇︎ Expand for more info ⬇︎ ? Get a FREE printable origami paper pack: https://www.paperkawaii.com/free-paper ▶️ L E V E …

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