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How to make an oragami bunny

Origami Stanford Bunny CP, originally uploaded by tactom.
Really…. you can, I guess. But I just like the flat pattern. I just don’t understand how someone can have so much time on their hands to figure this out. But then again… I’m a blogger, so, I get it.

Actually, origami is one of those skills that have eluded me, it fell by the wayside with intricately folded notes passed along in 8th grade English class. However, my appreciation of paper folding has never gone away, some how I think it would be wonderful to see origami shoes, or…. no, I really want to see origami shoes, really cool ones I wish I can wear.

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6 comments for “How to make an oragami bunny”

  1. I had an assistant once who used to do marvelous origami and it made me nervous. It was then that I realized the true extent of my klutziness.

    I have not recovered from this discovery.

    Posted by Suzanna Mars | December 29, 2007, 10:41 am
  2. i love that bunny. it’s so cute i want to eat it.

    Posted by my love for you. | December 29, 2007, 11:33 am
  3. I heart that wabbit.

    Posted by WendyB | December 29, 2007, 7:31 pm
  4. Ah…I can finally put my pointless skills to use…. seriously, I was a proper sad origami addict who spent hours poring over books and once fell asleep on my desk waking up with origami paper stuck to my forehead….

    Posted by susie_bubble | December 30, 2007, 3:12 am
  5. i recently bought some books on origami, too. but somehow it doesn’t work out as well as on the pictures. and since i lack patience when sth does not work out immediately, these books will probably only get dusty some where on my bookshelf.

    Posted by Fenke | December 31, 2007, 3:43 am
  6. I have never felt the need to learn to fold anything beyond a simple crane. When I was in grad school I would make cranes obsessively when procrastinating about a painting I’d be working on. It was very satisfying to me to end up with a pile of colorful cranes.

    Posted by CuteMess | December 31, 2007, 9:21 am

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