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Carmen Snider
Hi!, my name is Carmen Snider and I’d like to welcome you to my web site Origami World
Hi!, my name is Carmen Snider and I’d like to welcome you to my web site Origami World

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Your Guide to Creating an beautiful Origami Christmas Tree
Christmas without doubt is one of the most awaited and wonderful times of the year. The singing and dancing activities, gifts and decorations, not only excite and thrill the kids, but the adults too. Not only the companiens, hotel and center comercial but the house too are decorated wonderfully with lights and other decorative items during this time. If you are looking for some unique ideas regarding Christmas decorations for your house, this article will tell you how to decorate your home beautifully this Christmas season, without making too much of expenses, how to do it? The solution is to fold a beautiful Origami Christmas Tree

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How to make an Origami Santa Claus
This old man with a silver white beard is as much a part of Christmas as the Christmas tree. Every child knows that Santa is the one man who they can count on, if they have been good. Santa is sweet, generous, understanding and forgiving.
Whether you want to admit it or not, children tend to derive the most joy from the holidays during their Christmas present opening feeding frenzy. But if you want to engage them in something other than, well, greed, this holiday season, teach them the joy of crafting by making one origami Santa Claus.
There are many different versions of the origami Santa online. Some are very elaborate full body Santa figures that include arms, feet, and moveable parts. Others, are intended to be simple projects for children to enjoy during the month of December.

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Origami Christmas Ner Blog

Christmas Origami

Welcome to Christmas Origami! Here we have collected together some fun origami Christmas models to enjoy with your kids. You can use them to decorate your house, your parcels, or your tree - or you can make Christmas cards and gift tags, fridge magnets, bookmarks ... we are sure you can think of some more good ideas!

And the best thing about origami christmas decorations and gifts is they are so cheap to make! Most of the models in the pictures below are made with scraps of gift paper, and leftover origami paper... and yet they look so lovely!
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