Origami Paper 100 Sheets Sunflower Patterns 6" (15 cm) (9780804856256)

Origami Paper
Current Stock:
Tuttle Publishing
Loose Leaf Sheets
Date Published:
12 patterns; 5 projects
Trim Size:
6 X 6

Make a difference in Ukraine and start folding with this beautiful sunflower paper today! A portion of the sales are donated in support of World Central Kitchen's humanitarian efforts in Ukraine

This paper pack contains 100 high-quality origami sheets printed in colorful Sunflower Patterns with coordinating Yellow and Blues on the back— to inspire Peace Cranes for Ukraine. In Japanese tradition it is said that those who fold 1,000 origami cranes will have their wish of peace granted. We hope for peace in Ukraine, and encourage you to start folding your own sunflower peace cranes for Ukraine today!

This origami paper pack includes:
  • 100 sheets of high-quality origami paper
  • 12 Beautiful sunflower patterns, in Ukranian yellow and blues
  • Vibrant and bright colors
  • Double-sided color
  • 6 x 6 inch (15 cm) squares
  • Instructions for 5 simple origami projects

About World Central Kitchen:
World Central Kitchen is first to the frontlines, providing meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crises. They build resilient food systems with locally led solutions, and have created a new model for disaster relief helping devastated communities recover and establish resilient food systems.

Over 170 million meals served across eight countries: Across Ukraine, WCK is bringing hundreds of thousands of daily meals and pounds of food to over 8,000 distribution sites.

With your purchase of this beautiful paper pack you are also bringing food to a country in need!

About the Author:
Tuttle Studio draws inspiration from the modern and traditional cultures of Asia to create its language workbooks and resources, journals, stationery, gift wrapping products and origami paper. It is a division of Tuttle Publishing, a leading publisher of books on the languages, history, art and cultures of Asia. The company was founded in 1832 in Rutland, Vermont (USA) and opened a branch in Tokyo, Japan in 1948.