I love this wreath. It kinda hurts my brain a little to think about putting it together, so I just enjoy the magic of it. It's a really fun one.
I forgot that making a continuous ring was an idea you thought up. I love it!
I just came across your blog and wanted to say I love it! It's nicely put together and your tutorials are great.I'm a newcomer to origami. I began making models while in South Korea, using a Korean book and trying to follow the diagrams for instruction. It's a quiet, peaceful passtime. I realized recently that what I'm drawn to the most are animal models, and so I just purchased North American Animals by Montroll and am eagerly waiting for it to arrive in the mail!Thanks for the inspiration,Tere
Tere - Thank you for coming by the blog. I'm glad you've found origami; you won't regret it, its a great way to spend your free time. I think you'll really enjoy John's book on North American animals; he's extremely talented. That book has a great range of models from pretty basic to really complex. You'll have to let me know what you think and maybe find a way to post some of your own pictures :)Thanks again. I look forward to hearing from you again.
This is seriously so beautiful. I love it. You have some serious skills man!
Hi Stephen,I saw your Christmas Wreath when I was searching on Google images. It's a fabulous model. Do you think I can post the picture on the Origami Resource Center web page? It would go on this page:http://www.origami-resource-center.com/wreath-and-garland.htmlPlease contact me through the Contact Us page here:http://www.origami-resource-center.com/contact-us.htmlCheers and keep folding!
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