Last Updated on December 29, 2017 by ellen
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This Alice in Wonderland Origami book is perfect for anyone who enjoys the Japanese art of origami. I’ve been enjoying origami for years. It’s so much fun to see a plain piece of paper be transformed into an animal, bird or a character from your favorite story. Now, if you haven’t tried origami, I hope you will. I received a book for this post. This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
Alice in Wonderland Origami
Lewis Carroll’s timeless tale comes to colorful new life in this beautifully illustrated storybook/craft guide combination. A modern retelling of Alice’s adventures is accompanied by easy-to-follow instructions for folding all the major characters: Alice herself, the White Rabbit, the Caterpillar, the Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter, The Queen of Hearts, and more. Plus, the book also includes 42 ready-to-fold sheets of origami paper. Buy it now.
About the Author
Pasquale D’Auria has created over 300 original models, published all over the world. He has been a Guest Star at conventions in Munich (1995), Stockholm (2000), Paris (2001), Santiago de Compostela (2003), and Madrid (2011). He has published several books and is co-author of a collective volume entitled Origami Made in Italy.
Alice in Wonderland Origami Review
So, this is a great book for someone who has a basic understanding of origami. In the beginning of the book is a symbol key that will help you understand how to follow the directions. And, in between the story of Alice in Wonderland are the different origami projects for the characters you meet in the story. The book includes 42 sheets of orgami paper to really make your character come to life. Now, I really love that they mix the story in with the directions for the characters. This means you can use this book with your child over a few weeks as a crafting activity. Or, you can simply create the characters as you have time and move ahead in the story at your own pace.
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