Year-end is closer, but I have three reasons why you should consider trying this creative project in the rest of few weeks we have.
Once holiday seasons are in, perhaps you have more time to spend with your family members.
You might even play board games like chess while you chat with your close family.
And if you are reading this blog, chances are you are a big fan of paper craft.
Why not try turning your favorite free-standing origami models into origami board game pieces like this? Origami Bonsai, or an origami enthusiast and artist, Benjamin John Coleman did such a beautiful work to make this intricate creation into something useful.
Holiday is around the corner, and buying gifts could get expensive. Whether you are looking for a way to save money on Christmas Ornaments or family project that you can enjoy with your kids together to make memory, origami could be on your next to-do list.
Origami candy cane is simple, fun, and quick crafting that anyone with different dexterity level can handle. In just 10 steps, you will have a candy cane of your favorite color!
*It is not necessary to own a pack of real origami paper – pick up a dollar store gift wrapper and cut them in squares. As long as they are two separate colors, most of the light-weighted paper like wrapper and copier paper would be perfect for this activity.*
What you will need:
1 square sheet of paper with two different colors
2 small pieces of double sided tape
Click each image for a larger photo and instructions on bottom. Instructional animated video is also available!