Monday, January 3, 2011
Danish origami, made in Romania
A few months ago I met three wonderful danish ( and Scandinavian! ) people: Trine, Camilla and Klaus.
They've been in Romania for more than 5 months, and they're volunteering in a orphanage as part of their educational program.
We've become very close friends and, as all the
people around me, they are now professional
First of all, Trine taught me how to make a
Danish Christmas Star, which is made out of
four long strings of paper.
And second, they learned how to make some kusudamas, and cranes, and all sorts of origami models. And they folded as many pieces as there were needed for 9 garlands. I glued the pieces together and...this is what it turned out: