you can make
choose from a range of simple origami designs
I'll show you step by step
You can choose up to three designs from those shown below for your party session. Some are purely decorative, others are useful too, but they're all perfect as keepsakes or to give as gifts. I'll bring along all the materials we'll need, and we'll make them together as a group.
These Japanese kusudama flowers are an example of modular folding. They look difficult to make but it only takes a few steps before you can glue the separate petals together to make stunning flowers.
The elegant crane symbolises long life and peace. There is a Japanese legend that says if you fold a thousand paper cranes, the gods will grant your wishes. Once completed, the cranes can be strung together using colourful thread and embellished with sparkling beads. They can be made into a mobile or suspended from the ceiling to create a lovely installation.