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Small Origami Fairy

A lucky origami Fairy in a bottle!

Make a wish and the fairy will grant it! (if you promise to let her go free after!)

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Mini Origami Lucky Stars in a bottle – necklace

OH! My lucky stars! (literally!)

Everyone loves lucky stars! But how about mini lucky stars, all with happy little faces, in a bottle!

I made this necklace for myself to always remember to smile 🙂 It’s very important that we don’t let the gloomy parts of our life make the better of us and that we should confront them with a smile!

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Posted by on March 10, 2014 in Origami Misc, Origami work

 

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Origami Nature Fairy Dragon – Nami

Because I love dragons and butterflies and because I felt artsy I made this!

I present to you Nami, the Fairy Dragon.

She is a Fairy Dragon of Nature. She protects nature and all it’s inhabitants. Her tail is long and it ends in a leaf drape that changes color depending on the season. She can conjure up beautiful butterflies with the help of her magical horns. On her right hand she carries a baby crane, a symbol of life and hope.

I hope you guys like her!

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Dragon Fairy Facts:

1. Thought to be the tiniest dragons.

2. The faerie dragon makes its home amidst the tangled forests of the world.

3. Can also be found in extremely secluded natural areas, especially areas with flowers and water.

4. Faerie dragons are about one foot long. They have thin bodies, long tails, gossamer butterfly wings, and huge smiles.

5. Their colors range through the spectrum, changing as they age, from the red of a hatchling to the black of a great wyrm.

6. The hides of females have a golden tinge that sparkles in the sunlight; males have a silver tinge.

7. They are linguists, well-versed in Draconic, Human, and Elven tongues.

8. Some say they can turn invisible.

9. Faerie dragons can communicate telepathically with one another, within a range of 2 miles.

10. Quick flying dragons.

11. While often depicted with butterfly wings, wings may also be faerie-like instead.

12. Faerie dragons may often take great amounts of time just to prepare one joke; they also often enlist the help of pixies and sprites.

13. Most faerie dragons have a temperament that is Chaotic Good. They have pure intentions, but are extremely fond of mischief.

 
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Posted by on February 24, 2014 in Origami Animals, Origami work

 

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Mini-origami Black Dragon with butterfly in a bottle – Keychain

This is my first black origami ever 🙂 A friend asked me to make him a dragon with a blue butterfly sitting on it’s back so .. I did :D.

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Posted by on February 21, 2014 in Origami Animals, Origami work

 

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Mini-Origami Butterfly in Resin

I think this mini origami mania has gotten to me bad … but I love it!

Here is a Blue Morph Butterfly trapped in resin.

This is my first try with resin and paper and it went well. The paper didn’t singe but I didn’t anchor it well and it moved a bit. Better luck next time I guess.

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Posted by on February 17, 2014 in Origami Animals, Origami work

 

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Origami and Feather Necklace

A simple necklace with mini-origami and some parrot feathers.

I hope you guys like it 😀

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Origami and Feather Necklace

 
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Posted by on February 13, 2014 in Origami Flowers, Origami work

 

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Blue kusudama flower bouquet

Ilyere here! As an origami fan, I love making paper flowers. One of my favourite flowers is a kusudama flower, although it’s more modular in nature since it requires some paper-cutting and gluing. So, using florist’s materials and lots of glue, I sat down to make a lovely little bouquet.

I feel like it’s something that could be made for a wedding occasion or similar. The size of the bouquet is somewhat small compared to a real bouquet, but it’s large enough to be held with two hands, so a bridesmaid could hold it.

No, I don’t have any special occasions coming up, I just wanted to make a bouquet using this pack of paper. Blue is my favourite colour, haha.

If you’d like to see my progress on how I made this, you can visit my personal blog.

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Materials: 240 5cm squares in twelve colours (cut from 24 sheets of 15cm squares), 24 white buttons, 24 florist’s wires, florist’s tape, one metre of dark red ribbon, superglue, PVA glue

 
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Posted by on August 20, 2013 in Origami Flowers, Origami work

 

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