Origami Made Easy Kit

Current Stock:
Tuttle Publishing
Paperback & Kit
Date Published:
Online Videos, 14 projects; 96 page book; 48 square 6-inch folding sheets and 12 sheets of 6 3/4 x 9 1/4 inch folding papers
Number of Pages:
Trim Size:
8 1/2 X 9 1/2

The best origami kit for beginners—make simple and fun paper craft projects—everything you need is included in the box!

This essential origami guide clearly explains the folding directions and shows you how to read the diagrams and perform the folding actions in a series of simple and easy step-by-step lessons.

You'll also learn about different types of origami paper, how to make a perfect square from any sheet of paper (for example a letter-sized or A4 sheet) and how to fold origami "bases" which can be made into any number of other origami shapes—many of which are demonstrated in this book! By following the simple instructions in this book (and the accompanying YouTube videos) you'll quickly learn the basic techniques and notation of origami.

This origami-for-beginners kit includes:
  • A full-color, 96-page origami book
  • Simple step-by-step folding instructions
  • 14 fun and easy projects
  • 60 sheets of double-sided, high-quality origami paper
  • 15 different patterns and colors
  • Step-by-step video tutorials
Origami Made Easy Kit opens up a whole world of interesting possibilities in paper folding! Pretty soon you will be amazing your friends and creating interesting new objects just starting with a plain piece of paper and folding it up in a minute or two. Voila!

About the Author:
Vanda Battaglia, born in Bergamo, Italy in 1958, has been an associate of the Centro Diffusione Origami (CDO) organization since 1999, and a member of the board since 2009. She is also involved with "Bergamorigami," a group that promotes local origami exhibitions. She specializes in miniatures and jewelry, and her creations have been included in numerous exhibitions.

Francesco Decio, born in Bergamo, Italy in 1956, has been a member of the board of the Centro Diffusione Origami (CDO) organization since 2001. He has edited various publications and designed many models for the CDO. He has participated in premiere origami events in Italy and abroad.