Monday, February 16, 2015

Orchid Origami Paper Review

I got Orchid Origami Paper; Folding Sheets for review.


It Comes With:

500 Sheets | 10 Vibrant Colors | 50 Sheets Each


Each Sheet is 6"x6" | Perfect Size and Thickness for Folding
 

I'm new to Origami Paper. I started folding a bird from a YouTube tutorial, and got frustrated when I couldn't tell where the folds were happening. 

My husband sat down with me, and showed me how to fold a few things. I said, "When did you learn to do this?" He said, "When I was in fourth grade." I still don't know if I could go back to folding the box by myself. I'll get there.

His box:
 My sorry box:
  His orange frog:


Bonus: It jumps if you hit the tail bone.

Isaak came up, and asked if he could make something. I said, "Sure. I have 500 sheets! Pick a color, and go."

 
He made this dog all by himself. This 6 year old beats me in origami folding:

The paper is really easy to fold. I'm just new at it.

It's not very expensive: $24.99, but it's on sale for $12.99. It's a perfect gift for craft lovers.

They send you an ebook to help you learn how to fold different things. I'm more of a video tutorial type person. I'm going to try and follow along with the book to.



Do you know how to make anything with Origami Paper?


Disclaimer: Orchid sent me this product free in exchange for a review.


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7 comments:

Ai Sakura said...

Lil Pumpkin has been into origami so we've been trying a few new stuff. Been making decorations for the coming Chinese New Year :)

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Theresa Mahoney said...

I am terrible with paper crafting. Your husband is always so awesome with the paper folds he can do!

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I can't fold straight to save my soul. I know your Hubs folds money.

indah nuria Savitri said...

We've tried origami and the kids love it, although some designs are not that easy at all :)

mail4rosey said...

They're cute! My oldest used to fold shirts pants, and money rings and leave them for waitresses at restaurants when he was a kid. :)

~ Noelle said...

That is too cute...
Broxton actually just got an origami bird for a gift from someone at school.

Jennifer Smith said...

My son and I enjoyed this origami papers so much! We love folding origami cranes and used different colors! Thanks for the recommendation. The papers are crisp enough for folding.

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