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Gift Box

Written by sidlook. Posted in Miscellaneous

  Gift BoxPinch the half way points Fold the corners to the middle using the pinch marks as a guide Gift BoxUsing the circled areas as a guide valley fold the bottom corner up to the top edge

Spenjurmunni

Written by sidlook. Posted in Sonobe Varitions

These are follow full steps to make Spenjurmunni.

1. Begin with a square, white side up. Fold and unfold along both diagonals. Spenjurmunni2. Fold a Fish Base. Spenjurmunni3. Fold the bottom point up so that its edge hits the right corner. Spenjurmunni

The Great Swanny

Written by sidlook. Posted in Sonobe Varitions

The name of this model comes from the hotel (Dutch: Het Grote Zwaantje) in de Lutte, Netherlands where I had holidays in August 1997. Fold the swan from white paper. The drawings show what happens when you fold it from normal (two color) Origami paper.

The Great Swanny The Great Swanny

Two Fold Angelfish

Written by sidlook. Posted in Sonobe Varitions

Fold from a square of paper colored the same on both sides. If two-color paper is used start with the colored side down for a predominantly white model. A 4″ piece of paper produces a model 4″ high.

1. Please note, the extra symbols are for those who prefer having landmarks. Feel free to estimate.

Two Fold Angelfish

PUFFY BUNNY

Written by sidlook. Posted in Sonobe Varitions

1. Start with your paper white side up. Fold in half, then in half again, as shown. Crease wel, then open out again. PUFFY BUNNY 2. Turn the paper over and fold in half diagonally and in both directions. Crease well and open out once again. PUFFY BUNNY

3. Holding the points shown, bring them both down to the centre point on the bottom line. Flatten model. This is called a waterbomb base.

PUFFY BUNNY

TULIP

Written by sidlook. Posted in Sonobe Varitions

1. Start with your paper coloured side up. Fold in half, then in half again, as shown. Crease wel, then open out again. TULIP 2. Turn the paper over and fold in half diagonally and in both directions. Crease well and open out once again. TULIP

3. Holding the points shown, bring them both down to the centre point on the bottom line.

Flatten model. This is called a waterbomb base.