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Origami Book (Design by David Brill)

Origami Book (Design by David Brill)

by Ancella on January 26, 2009

in Human forms and Objects

Book (Design by David Brill)

An Origami Book (Design by David Brill)

An Origami Book Mark

An Origami Book Mark

This is one very simple model from David Brill. You can make a ‘box’ spined book or a simple bound book.

What you need:
A square sheet of paper, single – side colored. This can be of any size of your choice. I have used a 6″ square sheet of Origami Paper here.

A Single – side colored paper is required, as the “white” side serves as the pages of the book once the model is completed.

How to fold this model:
YouTube.com has got some really good contributors for this model. I have found this video by Marigami pretty helpful.

Tips:
1. Avoid using thick paper (in case you aren’t using Origami paper) as this will make it difficult for you to fold the model.
2. Avoid using flimsy wrapping paper, too as this will not fold and form well.
3. You can make a book mark using this (as shown) or even a bookcase by folding a dozen of these books and stacking them on a bookcase. This video by Marigami ,will help you fold an Origami Bookcase:

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Phoenix March 4, 2010 at 5:01 AM

couldnt u give the instructions yourself..? T.T

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