All-In-One Origami Fun

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A few months ago my 9-year-old son came home with this folded shapes of paper. He was attempting his own origami creations based off him watching a friend make something. I told him there are books that can help him and his eye lit up. Months later, he is still creating with origami but luckily he has expanded his building skills thanks to two new books he received.

Origami Animals Super Paper Pack

This is the perfect starter kit for a beginner or add-on for a master creator. It features more than 200 sheets of double-sided origami paper and an instruction booklet to fold ten different animals. My son loves learning all the different folds and seeing his final creations. There is so much paper in this pack and so many different designs. Once he actually uses up all the paper, he will still have the instruction booklet, if he even needs it by then to reuse!

Fold & Fly Butterflies, Birds, and Other Animals that Fly

This book is another book great for origami creating. It is a set that comes with over 140 sheets of custom-printed paper and instructions to create 20 masters of flight. I was worried that this might not appeal to my 9-year-old but he loves it. There are instructions for all sorts of flying creatures from pterodactyls to flying fish and more. The paper is amazingly illustrated and printed.

I highly recommend getting one of these origami books if you have a child (or for you) who is working on origami. My son’s skills have grown so much with the help of these books and he has become so confident while he creates. The instructions are visual and he was able to pick up on them quickly. Both books come with paper and instructions which is nice because then you can start folding right away.

BUY IT: Check out Origami Animals Super Paper Pack and Fold & Fly Butterflies, Birds, and Other Animals that Fly on Amazon or wherever books are sold.

WIN IT: (1) US winner will receive the book  “Fold & Fly Butterflies, Birds, and Other Animals that Fly”

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Speak Your Mind



  1. Shakeia Rieux says:

    I don’t have children, but my niece’s does origami

  2. We do like origami.

  3. Jennifer H. says:

    We like origami.

  4. My daughter has actually been asking recently to try origami, so this would be perfect.

  5. Buddy Garrett says:

    She doesn’t do origami at the moment.

  6. Antoinette M says:

    She has tried origami. I’m glad that this book comes with the paper!

  7. laura feist says:

    haven’t done this

  8. kathy pease says:

    No my granddaughter has not done this yet

  9. He has not tried origami, but I am sure he would enjoy it.

  10. Nicole Lancaster says:

    My child currently does not do Origami, but wants to learn Origami.

  11. Sally Gearhart says:

    My youngest son loves to do origami with me. We recently found a Marvel origami box and he’s really likes making them for his friends.

  12. I think my niece would enjoy this. She likes all matter of paper crafts.

  13. Nidhi Chauhan says:

    Yes we tried making Origami flowers couple time and my son was so excited. He would definitely love this book.

  14. Deanna Marissa says:

    This would be new to them but I am sure they would love it.

  15. One of them tried it once.

  16. My middle nephew loves doing origami. I have been impressed with some of the complex ones he has finished. Thank you for the chance to win.

  17. I would love to help my grandson make these. It sounds like as much fun for grownups and it does for children!

  18. only on occassion

  19. My child currently doesn’t do origami.

  20. SHIRLEY SYMON says:

    I would use this in my classrooms as a substitute teacher. Middle schoolers love this kind of thing. Surprising I know!

  21. My kids do a lot of crafts. They tried origami before but I think this would work a lot better for them.

  22. We have done a few origami projects!

  23. The kids do no currently do origami but we would all so love to learn.

  24. My son was the one that taught me about Origami. He used to make me origami flowers.

  25. I don’t have a child, so that’s a pretty certain ‘no’! 😉 But I like it, and so do the kids I work with.

  26. My nephew has shown interest, but hasn’t fully dived into it.

  27. Dolores Q. says:

    My son has tried origami.

  28. Michelle S says:

    My daughter has done origami. She’s into embroidery right now but she likes to try lots of arts & crafts.

  29. yes,origami is done in my house

  30. My daughter can make the jumping frog and box origami

  31. Jaque Richards says:

    No, my children do not currently do origami. I am sure they would love it, they love learning new skills. 🙂 Thank you.

  32. vickie couturier says:

    no they havent but i do think they would really enjoy this

  33. Michelle C says:

    Yes, my kids are really interested in origami!

  34. No, my granddaughter hasn’t tried origami yet. It looks like a lot of fun for her.

  35. my kids wanna learn origami

  36. Peggy Nunn says:

    I put the wrong URL for the facebook post on 2/2/18. It should be

  37. Peggy Nunn says:

    They do small origami items. I love the big butterfly. I am excited about seeing all the items.

  38. Lisa Williams says:

    My daughter does not currently do origami but she is very artistic and would love to try it,it anybody could do this she could.

  39. My granddaughter has learned some of the basics of origami.

  40. My daughter has tried a few origami creations and loved them, an entire book full of ideas would be a blast!

  41. Linda Madden says:

    My granddaughter loves doing origami.

  42. Kathy Stevenson says:

    My kids don’t do origami but I bet they would love it!

  43. They are young, so they have not done origami yet. I have done origami.