Calendar is an innovative concept in Page-A-Day calendars.
Every day of the year you get to transform the square sheets of the calendar
into a colorful 3D Origami creation. In 2008, the Origami Calendar, an
original idea of Margaret Van Sicklen’s back in 1999, celebrates
its eighth folding year and its continuing partnership with the fabulous
folks at Workman
is how it works:
As usual at
the start of each new day you tear off the previous day's page. But instead
of tossing out yesterday's page you fold it according to the easy Origami
instructions printed on the following day. For example on Tuesday you
would tear off Monday's page and reveal the instructions for an Origami
swan. Follow the instructions and create an object of beauty out
Origamists the world over have kindly contributed their models, giving
this project a truly international flavor. Combining traditional and original
models, this calendar is a wonderful introduction to the world of paper
folding. As the year advances so will your skill and knowledge of this
ancient art, Origami.
Want to see more? Click on any of the Origami models on the left!
with a model? Maybe we made a mistake, check for corrections!
questions, comments. Do you have a simple model that others would
enjoy folding? Do you have a comment or question about the calendar?
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Calendar. Starting with the 2004 edition I am no longer associated
with the Easy Origami Calendar published by Accord Publishing.
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