Every now and then, go down a different path
What can you make with just one square piece of paper? Apparently an awful lot only if you’ve enough patience to fold it a few times
Yesterday I was at my neighbor’s home. Their little girl was incredibly busy – folding paper cranes, as I soon found out. “Why so many?”, I asked. “I’m making a senbazuru”. It’s a group of one thousand origami paper cranes held together by strings. The senbazuru comes from an ancient Japanese legend that says a wish will be granted to anyone who folds 1000 paper cranes.
When I was little, all I made were a few paper boats and airplanes..and although my paper boats often sank without a trace and my paper planes seldom took off , it was my paper cranes that never failed to flap their wings and delight all..or so I always thought
Reminiscing my good old ‘talent’, I put together a hanging mobile with paper cranes. Here’s what I used:
For paper cranes mobile:
It’s pretty awesome when the suspended cranes ‘fly’ with the breeze…so worth it!
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