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Thumbnail image for Fun Halloween Party Ideas: Make Origami Candy Corn!

Looking for fun Halloween party ideas? Here is one: make origami candy corn and use it to write ‘fortunes’ or ‘spooky’ messages for your guests. Below you’ll find some other ideas as well. As I recorded a previous video to demonstrate how to make an origami cat-head box, I thought that having some candy corn [...]

Thumbnail image for An Origami Owl, Perfect as a Gift Card Holder

Looking for a thoughtful graduation present? An owl symbolizes wisdom and learning, and from the kingdom of origami animals comes this delightful paper owl. Perfect for the occasion. But this is not just an ordinary origami owl. It’s also a gift card holder! Owls are nocturnal birds that have many symbolic meanings including intelligence, intuition, independence, [...]

Halloween and The Perfect Candy Corn Dish thumbnail

Candy Corn is a quintessential Halloween treat found in the United States. It’s hard to resist popping these little kernels of sweetness into your mouth and savor them as they dissolve in a velvety deliciousness! A while back I published a video tutorial on how to make a bat-winged heart, designed by Riky Saito (Japan). [...]

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How about a set of terrific claws to wear for Halloween? These are very easy to make! I found some black self adhesive notes (3 x 3 inches) and made myself a set. Diagrams? Found in the book Origami Omnibus, by Kunihiko Kasahara. It is full of many other superb models! ~*~

Thumbnail image for Fold and Flap an Origami Bat

Because of the economy in the number of folds and the quality of the movement expressed in the flapping wings, this clever origami butterfly, a creation of designer deg farrelly, is one of my favorite action models. Over the years I have folded it many times, often in black paper at Halloween, telling those I [...]