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Origami and Cirque du Soleil: See how Cirque du Soleil used origami in its short film.

In September 2014, Cirque du Soleil made a short film with 10 quadcopters (small helicopters) inside lampshades. When I first saw the film, I totally didn’t care or even realize how the lamps floated around the air — I was mesmerized by the origami…

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Hi Origami Friends, I apologize for my absence and lack of posts. My sister was recently diagnosed with leukemia again, so I’ve been busy helping her and her husband with her care needs. She needs a bone marrow transplant and I am NOT a match. Please…

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I saw this picture of an origami cat on the Origami USA website and thought, “I can figure out how to make that.” So, I did. The problem is that mine looks kind of like a slug because of my paper choice.  

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If you live in the U.S., please sign up to be a bone marrow donor. The process is simple and free.
  #bonemarrow #bonemarrowtransplant #leukemia #curecancer  

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This origami swan is an elegant-looking model. I used patterned origami paper with the white side up. You can find the diagram for this model in the book Origami for the Connoisseur.

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This origami baboon has a baby monkey on its back. The next time I make this model, I plan to use double-sided paper that’s grey and red. You can find the diagram for this origami monkey in the book Origami Omnibus.

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Roar! This origami lion looks great from the side: If possible, hide the front view of this model. This is why: Learn to fold this model in the book Origami Omnibus.

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If you’re making an ocean scene out of origami, this origami crab may make a nice addition. You can find the diagram for this model on my Pinterest account’s origami board.

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The first time that I made this origami llama, I just about shred the paper. I got frustrated, came back to it later, then figured it out and then gave it away. The llama pictured is the second one that I made. It was much simpler to make the second time.…

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To be honest, I don’t know what type of origami bird this is. Anyhow, it’s cute. You can find the diagram for this model in the book Origami Omnibus.
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