Origami is an age-old crafting hobby that goes back several hundred years. Great for kids and adults of all ages, true origami is unique in that it only requires a few pieces of paper…no scissors or glue needed.
Using what’s called the “LaFosse Butterfly Folding System”, author Michael LaFosse teaches you how to create 26 amazing butterfly designs in his book, Origami Butterflies. Each butterfly in this collection is folded from a simple square of paper…so you don’t need any additional supplies to make these designs.
By mixing and matching techniques, you will be able to create a wide variety of butterflies and moths that are great for turning into earrings, displays, cards, ornaments, mobiles, and so much more. Each tutorial in Origami Butterflies comes with a full-color photograph as well as step-by-step illustrations on how to fold your paper.
For those who are looking for something slightly less intimidating, or are beginners to origami and the art of paper folding, there’s the Origami Butterflies Mini Kit, also by Michael LaFosse. This kit includes 6 beautiful origami butterfly projects with easy-to-follow instructions, plus 24 colorful folding sheets and a companion DVD, showing you exactly how to fold your own butterflies. This kit is a great gift for an aspiring crafter and is the perfect introduction to the art of origami and paper folding.
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Head on over to the giveaway page and register to win today! You have until September 17th to enter, and you can enter to win once a day…so the more you return, the greater your chances of winning this awesome giveaway. You can also gain additional entries by blogging about this giveaway or talking about it on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google +. Head on over to the giveaway page and register to win today! Good luck!
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