Do you remember making Origami fortune tellers when you were in elementary school? I loved making Origami projects when I was in school. I've seen a lot of projects around the web and thought it would be inspiring and fun, for those inclined with the patience to do so, to look at these projects and attempt a couple yourself. And while I'm sure you won't be reading into the future with these anytime soon, it will definitely make for cool home decor on the cheap.
|Origami Horse, Rhino, and Giraffe via Z Gallerie|
Make Your Own:
|via lolosad pictures |
http://www.algorithm.co.il/blogs/origami/origami-rhino-instructions/ http://dev.origami.com/images_pdf/rhino.pdf http://www.fishgoth.com/origami/diagrams/rhino.pdf
|You'll find the tutorial at the3rsblog|
Speaking of fortune tellers, check out this wedding invitation diy:
|Via Kat's Krafts|
How about all the different things you could make with Kusudama flowers?
|Tutorial for Kusudama flowers via Folding Trees|
|Read about Kusudama Fever via Paper Crave|
|Read more about this Origami Christmas Wreath made by Flickr user Malia at Folding Trees.|