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NewCHRISTMAS TREE IN A BOX-PAPER CRAFT- ORIGAMI
Origami
$14.95
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Time Left: 29d 23h 46m

NewWhite Porcelain Origami Snowman with ChristmasTree Ornament One Hundred 80 NIB
Snowmen
$16.99
Time Left: 7d 8h 52m

NewMONEY ORIGAMI EARRINGS MANY DESIGNS TO CHOOSE FROM
Origami
$11.00
Time Left: 21d 7h 54m

NewBeautiful Money Origami Art Pieces - MANY DESIGNS! Made of Real Dollar Bills v.1
Origami
$14.95
Time Left: 26d 11h 58m

NewHEAD CASE DESIGNS ORIGAMI XMAS BACK CASE FOR SAMSUNG GALAXY S3 III I9300
Cases, Covers & Skins
$8.45
Time Left: 16d 13h 37m

NewDollar Bill Money Origami Many Designs To Choose From *Great Gift Idea*
Origami
$3.99
Time Left: 27d 18h 53m

New180 Degrees Porcelain Origami Santa Claus Christmas Tree Ornament B
Sports
$11.99
Time Left: 19d 23h 59m

NewHEAD CASE DESIGNS XMAS TREE ORIGAMI XMAS CASE COVER FOR NOKIA LUMIA 1520
Cases, Covers & Skins
$8.45
Time Left: 2d 19h 6m

Living locket, Origami style, Christmas Tree, Floating Charm, Enamel, Quality
Charms & Charm Bracelets
$3.75
Time Left: 11d 22h 1m

NewHEAD CASE DESIGNS ORIGAMI XMAS PROTECTIVE BACK CASE COVER FOR NOKIA ASHA 305
Cases, Covers & Skins
$8.45
Time Left: 15d 14h 45m

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Need help with makign origami christmas tree ornamentts!?

ok so i have this bantam small christmas tree and i decided to decorate it with origami ornaments and origami presents under it. i don thave any idea how to make either. i already made a star at the top out of special paper. if you can send me a link or a video of how to make those. i hope they are easy to make.

http://www.origami-resource-center.com/c hristmas-ornaments.html

http://www.tammyyee.com/origami.html

im a muslim (say thank you Allah) and do not celebrate christmas and shouldnt be encouraging you either but we wont go there right now...
http://www.origami-resource-center.com/c hristmas-ornaments.html

http://www.tammyyee.com/origami.html

im a muslim (because of Allah) and do not celebrate christmas and shouldnt be encouraging you either but we wont go there right now...

Daily commuters could be using time more wisely

For lack of anything better to do on my commute recently, I did a little research. About commuting.

Specifically, I did a little arithmetic. While those around me were texting their besties or snoring in their seats, I was working the calculator.

From my neck of the woods, those who travel to the big city spend about two hours a day in transit, I figured. That's 10 hours a work week. That's 40 hours a month. That's 480 hours a year, not accounting, of course, for vacation.

By my reckoning, that is - wait for this - 20 days in a 12-month spread.

A glance about the bus indicated that few of my fellow travel-mates were making this time productive. Most were staring into space. Or playing games on their iPhones. Or working on Sudoku.

This is what I felt like doing: Standing up and saying, "Hello, people! We're talking almost three weeks a year! Let's take cooking lessons!" Okay, so there might be a logistical issue or two to deal with. Like outfitting the bus with a gas cooktop, say. Or securing the turkey cutlets so they don't go flying if the driver makes a sudden stop.

But you get my drift. Three weeks is three weeks.

Surely, there must be someone on my commute who's able to teach us all to knit. Heck, instead of spending our time in sleepy-ville, we might as well make scarves in December as Yuletide gifts for under the tree. That's what I call productive!

Come to think of it, there must be someone game to teach the rest of us to speak Spanish or learn origami or play bridge. I can see no reason why we couldn't get some card tables on board and set up foursomes

throughout the bus. I'd even offer to bring refreshments.

Then there's the element of fun. Apart from exploring the learning opportunities, maybe we ought to ramp up the amusements. A little commuting karaoke anyone? Name that tune? It might be tough to play Twister in transit, but we could certainly manage charades. Heck, after a couple of weeks, we'd all be

Origami Christmas Tree - Bookshelf


Easy Christmas Origami
48 pages
Easy Christmas Origami

This how-to-guide--complete with clearly illustrated folding diagrams and simple directions--makes it easy to add a personal touch to your holidays with handmade ornaments and other decorations.
About this book
This how-to-guide--complete with clearly illustrated folding diagrams and simple directions--makes it easy to add a personal touch to your holidays with handmade ornaments and other decorations. In no time at all you'll be trimming a Christmas tree with bright origami stars, candy canes, and other traditional ornaments, and decorating rooms with paper stockings, colorful Santas, and little gift boxes. Ideal for children but equally appropriate for beginning paperfolders of all ages, this excellent introduction to origami takes you step-by-step through twenty-eight festive projects.

Christmas and Hanukkah Origami
32 pages
Christmas and Hanukkah Origami

All over the world, billions of people, including those who do not celebrate Jesus' birth, enjoy the festivities of Christmas. One important tradition is the decorating of a Christmas tree. Evergreen trees were first cut down, brought indoors, and ...
About this book
Readers can celebrate the holidays by making crafts the whole family will enjoy. This informative book shows readers how to use the traditional Japanese art of folding paper to make fun Christmas and Hanukkah decorations. Step-by-step instructions assure that readers at all levels will remain engaged and walk away with a unique holiday decoration.

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I'm a bit vacillating to be all gung ho about it being a Noble NEW YEAR etc etc etc because I tried that last year and mannnn, it's been a doozy. What my goals are customary to be, what this elbow-room is effective to look like, what all the discrete possibilities are. Full of erudition, but patently not a adroit new year on the skin. The new year.