Friday, April 22

The Chinese Origami Paper Folding by Chen Yuehua and Tian Zengli

The book, The Chinese Origami by Chen Yuehua and illustrated by Tian Zengli is just lovely in a hardcover. It's packed with elegant designs that can be created, over 70 projects in total. Such designs are floral, creative style boxes, and so much more can be found inside. Each with the different and beautiful papers that make gifting them even more enjoyable.

I enjoy the photos and step by step directions. Each makes it simple to create and after awhile, it can be something you can create anywhere. However, you'll always have a book to guide you!
I love each of the projects inside, something I can create a variety of objects from all different included categories. A few of these projects that will be found inside are things that fall in categories as animals, flowers, decorations, lanterns, blossoms, and much more. 

 Finally, the book is very nicely designed, so very elegant and easy to follow. The directions are simple to see and read inside. I love the visuals and viewing the final results on the patterns page. It's just a creative  way to be creative with Origami! 
Information About The Author:
Chen Yuehua is a senior engineer and patent agent. After retirement, she became devoted to zhezhi, the art of Chinese paper folding. Her works, such as "Palace Lantern with Dragons and Chinese Character of Happiness" (fu long gong deng) and "Five Children with Promising Futures" (wu zi deng ke), have been widely acclaimed.

Book Information:
Hardcover: 148 pages
Publisher: Shanghai Press; Hardcover with Jacket edition (October 22, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1602200130
ISBN-13: 978-1602200135
Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 0.7 x 10.2 inches

If you're interested in learning more, please follow the link below:
Tuttle Publishing- The Chinese Origami Paper Folding for Year-Round Celebrations by Chen Yuehua and Tian Zengli

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