HOW TO MAKE A PAPER CRANE
The ancient art of Japanese paper folding is also known as origami. The aim of the activity is to make an animal or other geometric shapes. Instead of applying glue or cutting the paper, you just use folds and crease patterns. There are only a few folds involved in origami, but they can be mixed together in a number of ways to make designs that are as easy or as complicated as you wish. You should be able to find packs of different coloured paper in all good high street stationery stores.
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of AT Home with Jo Frost - July 2011