Origami expert Mark Bolitho explains how to make perfectly formed origami objects that are pleasing to fold and make. As digital downtime becomes a constant quest in our fast-paced lives, the idea of contemplative, soothing arts and crafts is undergoing a serious revival.
Contains 32 pages of origami paper so that you can try out these mindful projects for yourself.
The Origami Garden divides into sections on
- Seeds and Plants (easy roses, seedling in pots, cactus and pot, easy leaf and stalk system, nuts in a bowl, pine tree and palm leaf),
- Flowers (classic lilies and water lilies, violet, fuchsia, bunch of flowers, forget-me-nots),
- Fruit and Vegetables (mushrooms, strawberries, pears and chilli pepper) and
- Garden Life (birds, butterfly, frog and snail).