THE FOLDED CORNER
ISSUE NO. 2, OCTOBER 2018
Hello and welcome to the second issue of The Folded Corner!
My name is Chrissy, I’m the person behind Paper Kawaii.
WHAT IS THE FOLDED CORNER?
The folded corner is a monthly online article featuring origami reviews, tutorials, giveaways, community photos, free printable origami paper, coupons/special offers and more! – For more info on how The Folded Corner started, refer back to the first issue.
This month, many people are starting to make decorations for Halloween, I myself do not celebrate it per se, Halloween is only just starting to become popular in Australia. Having said that, I love all of the spooky themed origami I see posted in October.
Want to submit an idea or suggest a specific item? Please see the bottom of the page for contact info and more information on how you can contribute to The Folded Corner.
Make some little trick-or-treat boxes or bags with this Halloween themed printable origami paper.
It’s covered in little Halloween bats, cats, pumpkins and moons!
Table Of Contents
LEARNIGAMI - Modular Origami Boxes
This month I am giving away 3 copies of my new ebook. Information on what this ebook includes is listed above ^
The winners will be given a coupon allowing them to purchase the ebook for free on my shop 🙂
This month I picked up some new origami paper, it occurred to me that it might be interesting to include any origami paper that comes my way each month (sometimes none!).
We have two packs of origami paper from Daiso this time.
The first is ‘Double sided folding paper’, which includes 60 sheets of 12 colour combinations. I very much enjoyed using this paper.
It’s slightly shiny but the ink did not rub off at all. It’s thin but not as thin as the regular Aitoh origami papers I normally use.
Secondly, I picked up the ‘Design Paper’ in ‘Pastel Orokomon’. Honestly, I’m not a fan, mainly because the colours are quite muted. I prefer bright colours. The paper itself is quite soft, the ink did not rub off. You get 100 sheets of 5 different colour variations.
The photos below were not colour corrected or saturated at all.
Daiso Double Sided Origami Paper
Daiso 'design paper' 'pastel orokomon'
I am unable to find this origami paper online…
Monthly Origami Challenge
Each month, 3 new origami models will be presented, you can fold one or more of these origami models and submit Your photos!
You can post your photo(s) on facebook or instagram with the hashtag #thefoldedcorner or join the Discord community chat and post them there.
Each month, depending on how many photos are submitted, a selection will be featured in the new issue of The Folded Corner.
October 2018 challenge models:
1️⃣ Post-It Note Cat Bookmarks (Jenny W. Chan – Origami Tree)
2️⃣ Origami Batty Bat (Paper Kawaii)
If you have a specific origami model you’d like to see as part of The Folded Corner’s Monthly Origami Challenge, please feel free to suggest it in the comments of this post, suggest on Facbeook/Discord or send us an email.
❗️NOTE: The origami models MUST list the designer of the model, the instructions/diagram/video MUST have been created by or with the original creators permission.
Learn how to make an origami compass rose star. It’s easy to make from 1 sheet of square paper. With a flower on the front and a square at the back of the star, it looks nice on both sides.read more
Learn how to make a pretty woven paper ball decoration. Made from 6 strips of paper, no glue required. These woven paper balls are great to hang up or display in bowls.read more
Cute origami popsicle! Perfect for summertime themed craft projects. You can decorate these ice lollies however you like! They are made with 1 or more sheets of square paper, no glue required.read more
This origami envelope designed by Simon Andersen is super easy to make. This origami letterfold will only take you about 2 minutes or less to make. Make from 1 sheet of rectangular or square paper.read more
Learn how to fold two variations of the traditional origami Chinese junk boat. This unique & satisfying boat requires you to ‘pull open’ the boat in the final step. You can style the points of the boat in a few different ways too.read more
This shallow origami box is very sturdy and super easy to make. You can make this box a rounded geometric shape or simply square. Make this box from 1 sheet of rectangular paper.read more
Written by Chrissy Pk
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