Join us for a fun folding event this Friday. We will be making adorable modular accordion boxes that can be made into books as well! All you need is three to five sheets of origami paper to create something cute and practical!
Click on this link to register.
A few weeks ago, we learned how to make a cute origami party dress and coat. This Friday, we are going to fold a gentlemen's coat, shirt, and tie. These outfits can be as formal or as whimsical as you want them to be, depending on the colors and patterns you choose. You will need a sheet of 6" square paper for the coat, a 3" x 6" sheet for the shirt, and a 2" square for the tie. Let's have some folding fun this coming Friday!
If you missed the party dress and coat live class, you can view it any time by clicking here.
Games are fun for all ages and a great way to relieve stress. In this Friday's live class, you will learn how to fold a jumping frog and simple masu box for a fun, interactive game!
6" origami paper for the frog
8 1/2" square sheet of paper for the box
Black marker or wiggly eyes, and glue
Join in the Paper Folding Fun!
The Crafting Club classes are always fun and friendly. Be sure to register now by clicking on the Live Events tab, so you don't miss out!
Our tuxedo cat loves origami frogs!
A Tato is a folded container to hold small items such as thread, stamps, or a message inside. This Friday, we will show you how to fold a flat style Tato puzzle box from a square sheet of paper!
1 sheet paper cut 8 1/2" square, and 1 sheet origami paper
1 sheet cardstock cut 3 3/4" square, and 1 sheet cardstock cut 2 5/8" square
See you Friday!
Register for this fun live class by clicking on the Upcoming Events tab. If you are unable to attend, the recorded class will be available to watch at any time.
We will be creating a fun cupboard door style card that opens to reveal a secret message for this Friday's live event! This card is perfect for any occasion and can display art or an inspiring message inside.
A symbol of endurance, change, hope, and life, the butterfly, is a beautiful creature. They have also been a symbol of celebrations, weddings, friendship, and life journeys.
We will be folding beautiful butterflies to celebrate friends, old and new, for this Friday's folding event.
You will need to grab a few plain or patterned origami paper sheets, bamboo skewers or wire, some glue, and stiff cording or wire. See you this Friday at 2 pm MST!
Download the Butterfly Diagram Here:
We will fold some pretty paper dresses for this Fold-it Friday's live event and create a cheerful garland! Grab a few sheets of patterned origami paper, string, and some tape, and let's have a folding party. You can dress up too!
Download the Party Dress Diagram Here:
A circle of cranes symbolizes peace, and the activity of folding is mindful, which will bring harmony and a sense of calm.
Join us this Friday, and learn how to fold a beautiful crane mandala, wreath or ring. Grab seven or eight sheets origami in several colors and patterns, and learn how to fold and assemble a beautiful modular decoration. See you Friday!
Join us for another fun Fold-it-Friday live class! We will be making cute and practical origami gift bags. Grab a few sheets of 6" origami paper and 12" scrapbook paper, some scissors, and washi tape. Click on the Upcoming Events tab in the upper right corner of this page to register. Can't make the class? No worries! You can always catch up on all past events. Just click on the On-Demand tab, and they will be available to watch at any time. See you soon!
A Note from Your Instructor
Just before the live class started, my internet was shut down. I was able to go live on my IPad with cellular service, but for some reason it was shut off before the class was complete. Sometimes technology goes haywire. Unfortunately, the Ipad didn't record the class, so I made a short video instead. Enjoy!
The Crafting Club offers you an opportunity to make new friends, expand your creative skills, and share your passion for creativity in a fun and supportive virtual environment.
Karen Parsons is an artist who loves to craft. Her years of experience as an author, designer, and instructor in the art and craft materials industry has allowed her to discover and share unique experiences in creativity.
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