September 28, 2018
-Celebraciones y fiestas
-Celebrations & Holiday
…Halloween -Day of the Dead
…Halloween y Día de los Muertos
• All Origami TUTORIALS
Do you remember the joy of getting into a costume and pretending to be a king, a queen, a cat, a dragon… some character of fantasy and imagination?
Halloween is around the corner. These origami for Halloween will delight you and your love ones. Choose one or more from this Halloween collection and make them as decorations or presents.
Click on each photo to view a post with a video tutorial for each halloween figure
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Included in this origami collection for Halloween: a halloween bat, two sweet origami cats, a sugar skull made of paper, a dragon, two lovely halloween boxes in the shape of cats, a halloween bowtie, halloween flowers to dress up the sugar skull, halloween candy corn, an owl to make a party invitation, a bat-winged heart and a fly.
Have a Happy Halloween!
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