I browsed over the papers yesterday and found a thumbnail of a collection of illustrations on how to create a paper crane. I’ve wanted to learn how to fold an origami crane since I-don’t-remember-when. I’ve got the Internet, books on origami, YouTube, and other resources but somehow, this simple act of learning how to do an origami crane never pushed through.
So in an act of impulsiveness, I tried to learn the procedure last night. I located the image I saw on the paper on the web (Thanks, Google!) and downloaded the image. I was able to get through the first half of the instructions; the other half was a little confusing but thankfully, I immediately figured it out. Folds and creases here and there, reverse folding, and voila! The finished product:
After making that huge origami crane, I decided to make another miniature version (The one beside it.). Perfect! I now have another idea on how to decorate our home (And I do mean it! I’m trying to decorate the house!)!
I found the image and instructions for the origami crane at Mrs Scully – connecting kids. Thanks very much to the site moderators. If you’re interested, go ahead and click the link. 😀