World's Best Oragami - Review and Giveaway!

Just a Quick Before The post Note: I WAS FEATURED!!!! Check it out HERE!

Okay, so you guys pretty much know that I am completely and totally in love with all things paper, right? Right. K. SOooooo....it just makes sense that when I was asked to review this book I HAPPILY accepted!

World's Best Oragami by Nick Robinson is a really fantastic Oragami book.

The book lays out step by step instructions for all kinds of really fun and creative paper folding projects. The steps are SO clear and easy to follow! I love that! They are simple, black and white drawings that allow you to really see what you need to do to complete your project.

This book teaches readers how to:

- Choose the best paper for the project

- Make basic folds and perfect creases

- Follow clear and simple folding instructions for a successful project outcome

- Gain an understanding of origami symbols

It really is SUCH a neat compilation and there are SO many designs from basic to really intricate! That is so cool!

Here is some info about the author:

Nick Robinson (London, England, UK) is a professional origami artist and author who has been folding paper for 30 years. A member of the British Origami Society who edits its magazine and maintains its website, Nick has written over 30 books on origami, as well as numerous articles, and done several commercial and charitable origami commissions involving origami and paper art over the last 20 years. Nick has created several hundred original designs and teaches origami in schools, arts centers, and many other venues.

I received a copy of this book as a gift for doing this review, however my opinions are my own and are honest.

If you would like to receive a copy of this book, Penguin Group is offering my readers a chance to win!

To enter simply leave a comment here letting me know if you have ever tried Oragami!

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This giveaway will end on Sunday 12 December 2010.


  1. ~what a fun review!!! i adore origami...for years i had tried and tried and never could get the hang of it until last year...now i can't stop creating!i have taken on the challenge of trying to create 1000 cranes...by creating atleast 3 a day so that in one year i will have completed my own little personal challenge!!! i would love and opportunity to win such a wonderful treasury...i wish you well and brightest blessings upon you~

  2. ~i have been folowing along fo rquite sometime! warm wishes and brightest blessings~

  3. my kids love it and even though they don't know much about oragami i find so cute to see my boy's making birds (or so they think) lol

  4. I used to make those fortune tellers in public school, does that count :)
    My daughter and I have played around with it before, she wanted some neat things to photograph.
    I just saw a YouTube video and this girl makes out of this world oragami sculptures.
    Congrats on being featured, how exciting.

  5. I love origami, andhave been folding paper for a long time. I keep a website about it. I love Nick Robinson's books and this is one I would love to get.


    Leyla Torres

  6. Oh I love Origami and so do my kids! We make cranes to put on packages and paper boxes that we have seen in origami books - it is one of our favorite paper crafts! thanks for the chance to win!

  7. Congrats on being featured!

    I've never tried origami before. It's pretty impressive!

  8. No need to enter me, but I wanted to wish you congratulations on your feature! That's terrific news and so well deserved. Hurray! Theresa

  9. I havent done origami in years! sounds like a great book!

  10. Congrats!!!

    I haven't tried origami, but what another fun project to do with paper! :)


  11. woo-hoo!! Congrats on being featured!

  12. thanks for your visit! and wow! a chance to win an origami book! yes, i have tried Origami and would love to learn some new designs.

  13. Congratulations Jingle. I like that they showed a variety of your wonderful work.
    I've tried Origami, unsuccessfully I might add. A book could help. :-)

  14. I hve never tried oragami, however, my grandson is an avid oragami maker. He always checks out books from the library on how to make them. It would be nice for him to have his own book.

  15. I don't think I've ever tried, but my daughter loves origami.


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