Grey Samurai

Grey Samurai

Grey Samurai
Więcej pomysłów od użytkownika Grey
Templates for a bunch of different packaging boxes PD

Templates for a bunch of different packaging boxes PD

This is a very simple but made out of origami paper roses beautiful roses folding

This is a very simple but made out of origami paper roses beautiful roses folding

Gorgeous Kawasaki Origami Roses (Tutorial: http://www.josephwu.com/Files/PDF/rose.pdf)

Gorgeous Kawasaki Origami Roses (Tutorial: http://www.josephwu.com/Files/PDF/rose.pdf)

Hagamos un organizador de origami o Accordion box para nuestro escritorio, para que mantenga las cositas en su lugar y además decore. Está súper fácil te enseño cómo.

Hagamos un organizador de origami o Accordion box para nuestro escritorio, para que mantenga las cositas en su lugar y además decore. Está súper fácil te enseño cómo.

Origami box

Origami box

15 Simple DIYs to Repurpose Those Old Stacks of Magazines via Brit + Co.

15 Simple DIYs to Repurpose Those Old Stacks of Magazines via Brit + Co.

My first gimp "masterpiece" c:

My first gimp "masterpiece" c:

Make these cute see through origami ghost boxes - DIY wax paper and folding tutorial with templates

Make these cute see through origami ghost boxes - DIY wax paper and folding tutorial with templates

Fold an origami bulldog bookmark.

Fold an origami bulldog bookmark.

Extreme Origami. From the website:In the dojo of the origami purist, there are only two rules: The folder may use just one sheet of square paper, and the paper cannot be cut or torn in any way. Following these rules to make a figure like a peace crane, with four basic features—a head, a tail, and two wings—is relatively easy, and origamists traditionally proceeded by trial and error, unfolding and refolding a piece of paper until it started to resemble, say, a swan. For hundreds of years…

Extreme Origami. From the website:In the dojo of the origami purist, there are only two rules: The folder may use just one sheet of square paper, and the paper cannot be cut or torn in any way. Following these rules to make a figure like a peace crane, with four basic features—a head, a tail, and two wings—is relatively easy, and origamists traditionally proceeded by trial and error, unfolding and refolding a piece of paper until it started to resemble, say, a swan. For hundreds of years…