Origami for Children Book & Paper Pack with 35 Projects by Mari Ono, Roshin Ono
  

Origami for Children Book & Paper Pack with 35 Projects

Written by Mari Ono, Roshin Ono
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RRP £12.99

Synopsis

Origami for Children Book & Paper Pack with 35 Projects by Mari Ono, Roshin Ono

Contains 35 designs with comprehensive step-by-step instructions, including a pack of 60 pieces of origami paper to help you make every project in the book. Origami for Children is the perfect introduction to origami, the fun Japanese papercraft for parents and children of all ages. Divided into six sections, the projects cover a range of themes, from classic origami designs such as animals to party decorations and modern vehicles. There is even a project showing how to create the classic Japanese arcade character Pacman. You will be amazed at how much you can create with a few simple folds. Every stage is described in a series of clear step-by-step photographs, showing all the techniques you will need to complete each of these great designs. Also included is a specially designed pack of origami paper with enough pieces to complete all the projects, so you can start making your own amazing creations straight away.

About the Author

Born in Tokyo, Mari Ono worked as a graphic designer and crafter in Tokyo during the 1980s and 1990s. Now living in the UK with her artist husband Takumasa Ono, she runs art and cultural exchange courses and contributes regularly to Japanese craft and interiors magazines.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
Contains Paperback
128 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Mari Ono, Roshin Ono
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Publisher

CICO Books an imprint of Ryland, Peters & Small Ltd
www.rylandpeters.com

Publication date

10th September 2009

ISBN

9781906525804


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