By Duy Nguyen
New in PaperGet able to dive underneath the blue paper waves with origami grasp Duy Nguyen. along with his simplified suggestions, and the various precise drawings that rigorously exhibit each one fold and reduce, little ones will quickly locate themselves crafting a large choice of colourful, amazing sea creatures. there is not any desire even to take advantage of conventional, really good origami paper: usual computing device or coloured crafting paper will do, or perhaps giftwrap. the glorious creatures variety from a Humpback Whale to an Angelfish--and for additional impression, you could manage them in an aquarium for an undersea scene.
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