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Rubrique : surprises to do

In the wind

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It has no other use but to be pretty, which is already a lot!
And it gives a summer happy flavor to the garden…

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If you forgot how to make those little windmills, please follow the guide

Paper beads

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With some nice paper, some glue, a little patience and explanations here, you will be the prettiest at National Day bal with this “less expensive-necklace-of-the-world”!

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Made with Tulipes, Juliette and Kristina origami paper.

Berlingots

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June is ending. So is Kristina’s internship. From now on, if you want to follow her, it happens here.
But before leaving, she gives us one last origami lesson to learn how to make funny berlingots. Don’t you think it would make perfect favors?

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She used a new pattern range. Could you guess how I choose to call it ? Kristina of course !







18 sheets. Size 12 x 12 cm or 15 x 15 cm. Shipping fee included.

Superbowl

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Summer is finally here!  And so it’s the return of great parties in the sun.
To serve summer fruits, Kristina has prepared a new origami lesson.
Enjoy!

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Sweet squares

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The origami lesson is back ! Today, we’re making a square envelope. As you will fold it, a little windmill will appear. Don’t you think it will perfectly go along with the little note on your gifts?

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Here we used the Juliette pattern which you seem to appreciate. Here are Kristina’s explanations.

Origami garland

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For her new origami lesson, Kristina has prepared little paper balloons. The funny part is at the end, when you blow, and the balloon appears like a surprise!

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We threaded them like pearls on a necklace and this makes lovely garlands which I like to hang everywhere.

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We used a new pattern. It’s called Juliette and there are 3 sheets of each of the 6 colors in every package. It comes in 2 sizes because it’s nicer to vary the balloons for the garland.

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18 sheets. Size 12 x 12 cm or 15 x 15 cm. Shipping fee included.

You’ve got mail !

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Sadly, in the age of mail and text message, we lost a little bit interest in sending letters.  But it’s always a pleasure to receive some, isn’t it?

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No more lame excuses like “How silly, I need envelopes…” or “Too bad, but I don’t have any card!” Because Kristina has the answer: with a simple sheet of A4 paper, she makes an envelope/letter. It’s her new origami lesson right here.

So let’s write, OK?

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