Saturday, July 27, 2013

Ori-Napkin: The Pyramid!

Sorry that I haven't been here for a while, I was working on another blog, Funny Times: The Ultimate Duo! And then I was on vacation and everything...
Anyway, so we have today an unusual Origami Project: Ori-Napkin! I have never posted about napkin folding on this blog before, so I hope you like it!
This design is a basic pyramid! To fold it, go here!

I'll see you later then! Bye!

Friday, July 19, 2013

The Origami Man (By Me!)

Hello again! Today we've got something special! I have made this really cool Origami Man!
I know, I know, he doesn't really have arms. But look at his body! It's awesome!
I came up with this all by myself, and I hope that I can make instructions for it soon, but I can't right now.
I've also been working on a surprise for you guys! Wait and see what it is!

Have a Manakin day!
(Okay, that wasn't very funny! :D)

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

The Origami Chocolate Bunny

Don't let the what I like to call "Paper Sculpting" in the picture above fool you! This model by Anita Barbour is incredibly easy!
This is a chocolate bunny. You can fold it from brown paper (like me) or fold it from gold foil. The "Paper Sculpting" in step 11 shapes the head, ears, and chest. Have fun with this model! Go here to fold it!
Sorry about the domain problems! I have changed it back to, and it's going to stay that way, because I had numerous problems with search engines! :D

Thanks! Have a chocolatey day!  

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Am I Dead? The Origami Rotor

Why did I ask in the post title "Am I Dead?" Well, it's the well-known comment people post when you haven't posted anything in a while, yet they say "Are you dead?" Well, no, I'm not dead, I've just been busy doing other stuff!
Anyway, today we've got the Origami Rotor from This project is Modular Origami, which I haven't posted about in a while, so I figured I would. Yeah. So here I am, posting about Modular Origami! If you want to see my other posts about Modular Origami, go here. This Origami Rotor doesn't actually do anything, it just looks good. If you want to fold it, go here.
Oh, and I'm changing this website's name from to in 10 minutes. Get ready!

Bye! I hope your day flies by!

Sunday, July 7, 2013

Dollar Bill Origami: The Origami Dollar Ring

Okay, so I had pretty good inspiration for this post. Today I was at my desk, when I found a 2 dollar bill behind it. (For those of you who are not American, dollars are a big part of our currency!) I saw that it had a bunch of creases in it, and it reminded me of Dollar Bill Origami, which I haven't done in, like, forever! So I Google Searched "dollar bill origami" and got this: The Origami Dollar Ring!

Fear not! If you are not from the USA and don't have any dollar bills, just get out your ruler, pencil, and paper and cut a piece of paper with a Height of 66 millimeters (or 2.6 inches) and Width of 156 millimeters (or 6.1 inches) and then you'll be all set up! To fold the ring, go here.

A Few Fun Facts!

1. In the USA, it used to be that they only used coins, then they started giving people "Federal Reserve Notes" that when they showed them they'd get that much money. But the government ended up giving out too much of them, and they turned into the actual money! They still put the words "Federal Reserve Note" on them today!

2. The back of the 2 dollar bill is a picture of the signing of the Declaration of Independance!

Have a very rich day!

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Independance Day Origami 2013: The Patriotic Paper Hat

Sorry, I know I said I would have instructions for both faces in this post, but I ended up not having time, and I wanted to do something for Independance Day tomorrow, so here's what I've got! The Independance Day Paper Hat! These are good for decoration, wearing, and whatever you want to do with them! :D To fold them, go here.

Have An Awesome Independance Day!
(Please note that I will not be posting tomorrow. I will be busy on Independance Day!)

Monday, July 1, 2013

Origami Faces

These are, well, faces! These faces were created by me, Asher, and are very simple to fold. You can probably tell this, but the one on the left is a boy, and the one on the right is a girl. I will be releasing instructions (and maybe a diagram) for this project tomorrow. Bye!

Have a good day!