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Birds & Butterflies — Page 3

Birds & Butterflies

This is a pretty model, the diagram to which I found on the Internet (freely available). It is designed and diagrammed by Manuel Sirgo in 2003. It requires a bit of shaping in order to give it the ‘feathery’ look. I used a single side colored foil paper of Aitoh brand which I was lucky […]


This is a diagram I came across in the Origami Tanteidan Convention book 12. This is my favorite Tanteidan convention book so far as it contains all of the models I like and would love to fold. This book contains a mix of simple to complex diagrams and also diagrams to the popular “Brian Chan […]


Since everyone seems to be on the look out for diagrams and stories about the origami crane I thought I’d make it easier to put all of it together in one post. The most popular design is that of the peace crane, which is the most recognizable symbol in origami. However, there are other variations […]


Duck (Design by Shiri Daniel)

by Ancella on November 14, 2009

in Birds & Butterflies

This is a design I got from Ken Nguyen’s website which has a pretty good collection of origami diagrams. I selected Shiri Daniel’s Duck and even though the instructions for this are not in English, by carefully following the arrows and steps shown in the diagrams, I am sure you too will find it reasonably […]


I came across this design last week and thought I’d give it a try this weekend, it being a long weekend and all. It’s by David Derudas and as surprising as it may look, it’s folded from a single sheet of paper! The most complex step I found in the instructions was step 7 – […]

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