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by Florence Temko

ePub Origami Note Cards Kit download
Author:
Florence Temko
ISBN13:
978-0804838801
ISBN:
0804838801
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Publisher:
Tuttle Publishing; Book and Kit edition (January 15, 2008)
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Subcategory:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
ePub file:
1888 kb
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1959 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
178

Origami Note Cards Kit is the perfect beginning origami kit for crafting your own distinctive greeting cards and notes.

Origami Note Cards Kit is the perfect beginning origami kit for crafting your own distinctive greeting cards and notes. With just a few folds, you can create unforgettable personalized cards that will let the recipient know how much you care. You'll even learn how to make blank books just right for sharing, and origami envelopes perfect for mailing your creations.

I fold origami and sell it on the web, so I'm always curious to see new styles of paper. My first note is that the images on the cover of the book are gorgeous and made me very enthusiastic about getting the book, to use those papers. However, the paper shown on the cover is NOT the paper you get inside. In my box I got very bland papers - tans, browns, yellows.

Origami Book with 16 Projects. Make beautiful origami valentines and love notes with this easy origami kit. Use the art of origami to craft and create unique, personalized greeting cards from the heart! Perfect for those tired of sending dull, commercially produced cards, Origami from the Heart Kit will help you wow that special someone with a handmade card just for them. This beautiful paper craft kit will allow origami beginning to create not only fun and flirty origami love notes but also envelopes just right for mailing their creations.

Florence Temko Library Collection at the Mingei International Museum. The books were donated by Florence Temko and are listed on a 34 page PDF document that you may download. A collection of origami and paper art books were donated by Florence Temko to the Mingei International Museum. Florence Temko would like to inform the Origami community of the contents in her book collection. An Announcement from Mingei International Museum in San Diego. Complete Listing of Books. The Frances Hamiton White Library is open to members Tuesday through Friday 10:00 .

Origami Love Notes Ebook: Romantic Hand-Folded Notes & Envelopes: Origami Book .

Origami Love Notes Ebook: Romantic Hand-Folded Notes & Envelopes: Origami Book with 12 Original Projects. With this easy origami instruction book you can create romantic hand-folded and personalized notes using the authentic Japanese art of paper-folding. Your words of love take on special meaning when written on these lovely origami papers. Most of the projects are easy enough for origami beginners and would even make great origami-for-kids activities.

Origami Note Cards Kit by Florence Temko - 2007 - 47 pages. Origami Polyhedra Design by John Montroll - 2009 - 288 pages. Origami Number 15 by Heian International Inc - 1988 - 12 pages. Origami Omnibus by Kunihiko Kasahara - 1998 - 384 pages. Origami Quilts by Tomoko Fuse - 2001 - 90 pages.

This origami kit includes: 36 High-Quality Origami Papers. A 32-Page Full-Color Origami Book. 12 Original Origami Folding Projects. About the Author: Florence Temko (1921-2009), was a founder of OrigamiUSA, and is well-known internationally as a pioneering paper artist and folk crafts expert. She authored nearly 30 craft books and participated in hundreds of programs and exhibitions in schools, universities, libraries and museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

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Publisher: Tuttle Publishing.

Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781462916696, 1462916694. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9780804838801, 0804838801. Publisher: Tuttle Publishing. Print ISBN: 9780804838801, 0804838801.

Origami Note Cards is the perfect starter kit for making your own distinctive cards. With just a few folds, you can create an unforgettable, personalized card that will let the recipient know how much you care. From birthdays to bon voyages, from Christmas to Hanukkah, from Valentine's Day to just about any day, these beautiful folded note cards will make special surprises for your favorite people. You'll even learn how to make blank books just right for sharing, and envelopes perfect for mailing your creations. What a wonderful way to brighten any special-or not so special-day for the important people in your life.
  • The projects are very simple and most of them are recycled. Although the papers included are very nice, they are not the right size for most of the projects included in the book. This is a book that I would consider to be more appropriate for children.

  • Origami Note Cards by Florence Temko is a packaged set - you get both a slim paperback book which gives you some instructions, along with 48 pieces of large-sized origami paper. I fold origami and sell it on the web, so I'm always curious to see new styles of paper.

    My first note is that the images on the cover of the book are *gorgeous* and made me very enthusiastic about getting the book, to use those papers. However, the paper shown on the cover is NOT the paper you get inside. In my box I got very bland papers - tans, browns, yellows. The papers were nothing at all like the beautiful blues and reds that the cover images showed. I feel very strongly if they are going to demonstrate "you can make THIS item with supplied paper!" that you should then be able to have the supplies to make the item as shown.

    There's a few pages of origami background and then they dive into the shapes. The instructions are fairly straightforward and even newcomers to origami should be able to get the hang of it after a few tries.

    So the very first shape is a red, white, and blue shape. But they don't give you any red, white, or blue paper. So right there, as you hit the very first shape, you can't make it unless you go out and buy more paper.

    On to the cat, which warns you to use paper the same color on both sides. Ooops, we weren't given any of that. Also, while they say that turning the cat upside down turns it into a dog, the cat has a pointed chin while the image of a dog doesn't have a pointed head. Obviously other steps are required which aren't shown.

    The same problems continue in the book. Shape #3 for Mother's Day requires a 8.5x11 piece of paper. We weren't given one of those. The quickie note is the same. For Father's Day we need a big 20" x 40" piece of paper. Nope, didn't get one of those either. The wrap needs a piece of gift wrap, 12" x 24". The journal book needs another 8.5x11 piece.

    FINALLY we are on page 30, on the 8th pattern of the book, and we've hit a pattern we can actually make with the enclosed paper! It's a sailboat, for a "good trip" card. They tell you how to make the sailboat, but not the rest of the card. Plus, your origami paper only makes the sailboat so you need more supplies to make the rest of the card.

    So really out of the entire book there are only two patterns you can make with the supplied items and nothing else. They're the last two items in the book, which means you read through the rest, a bit frustrated, and only hit the "possible items" at the very end. These are the classic Japanese card and the envelope.

    But wait, out of these two, the classic Japanese card is shown as a two tone version. The instructions only show you how to make the (not shown) one-tone version. They give you brief instructions to cut two pieces of washi manually, and to glue them together, to create the two tone effect. But if they're going to show that as their example, that should be what they explain to do fully.

    All in all I was fairly disappointed. The papers supplied are not pretty at all. The instructions provided, by and large, cannot be made with the supplied paper.

    Rating: 2/5 for at least providing usable paper, and for having some card ideas for people willing to go out and buy other paper as well as paper cutters, glue, and gift wrap paper.

  • I got this origami note card kit as a gift and I liked it a lot. The patterned paper that comes with it is less ordinary and quite attractive, in muted shades. There are a few items that require a different size of paper, but who doesn't have some 8.5 x 11 paper around? I made about 6 things, then lost the instruction book...that's very frustrating.