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I saw this book while I was poking around Fillmore street yesterday. I’m so inspired by paper these days. I want this book really really bad.
January 23, 20099:27 am
that butterfly is very pretty
January 23, 20099:56 am
Since I’ve only made paper cranes this might be a little expert for me. But I would love to get that good!
January 23, 200910:17 am
hi there! Stephanie from Stephmodo sent me to your site for some help! I am our ward activity chairperson and am in desperate need of creative activities. Steph said you are an event planner so maybe would have some ideas? Just wondering if you do or know of a blog that has some good ward activity ideas. Thanks for your help! Love reading your blog too!
January 23, 200910:33 am
I love looking at origami. Check out the Origamiclub.com for more tutorials
January 23, 200910:23 pm
that’s such an awesome book! for christmas i gave several relatives post-it notes that are pre-marked for origami. gotta spread the paper love!
January 23, 200910:50 pm
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January 24, 200910:00 am
ok…i do love origami, but gosh, why do my boats and dogs always turn out to be smaller than they should be? this book looks great, but a little too complicated for my apparent lack of skills.
January 24, 20097:07 pm
January 24, 200910:36 pm
I guess my mastery of paper airplanes is not so great!
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