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Introduction Where it all began… Chinese Wood Plate Sheep Skin in place of paper Mulberry Tree Paper Making Discovery of new glue Separation of Skin from the branch Origami Zoo Kangaroo, Gorilla, Camel and Reindeer The Sea world Goldfish Ray and Carp The World of Birds Java Sparrow

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the sea world
The Sea world


Ray and Carp

the world of birds
The Worldof Birds

Java Sparrow

Swan flamingo and standing crane



beautiful flowers
Beautiful Flowers

White Flower

Hydrangea and a snail

how to make an origami crane
  • Fold in Half diagonally. Hold in Half diagonally again, creating
  • 2 triangles.
  • 2. Hold again in Half, following the marked line in picture 2, only
  • not diagonally, but rather separating the perfect square in half.
  • Repeat step 2 to create 4 perfect folded squares.
  • Facing the color, from the 4 perfect squares follow the folded
  • inwards bents, bring them together

5. The other 2 sticking out sides smoothly bring together to one point

6. Bring the whole construction to the shape of one square

7. Flip the unconnected side up from both sides

8. Bent the outside edges inwards from both sides to create the ice-cream shape

(don’t exactly follow and look at the picture 8 – its extra)


15. Skip 13-14 to bring yourselves to the picture 15, where

you open the just bent sides of the squares back to their original share.

you should have once again a perfect square shape, only now with the

bent sides.

16. Here come the tricky part – open up the outside side of the square

so you will have an open pocket. Follow the lines that you have

just created in 12, but now bent the sides INSIDE and fold the open

half of the square. Do the same on the other side and bring everything to the same point. The shape should look once again like an ice cream cone. When you are done, you need to open up the front and the back, leaving the top untouched creating a shape of a diamond shape. The head

Of the cone should remain under the ‘wings’ that you just bended up.


17. IMPORTANT! With your diamond shape, find one of the sides and bent inwards the sides that are away from the head along the middle crack, previously created, untouched.

18. Repeat for all four sides.

19. Holding all four sides, hold them OUT.

20. Bring the sides that are away from the head- towards the head by bending them upwards.


21&23. Unfold the sides of the crane as shown on the picture

above from the middle

24. Make the head and the tail by bending the ends!!!