Origami crane obsession!!!

I just can't stop making paper cranes! i've made about 10 this afternoon Happy its just so fun and addicting
anybody else addicted??

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10 replies since 18th March 2010 • Last reply 18th March 2010

Hahaha I am like that too. Although I have been making them since I was in primary school ;) (that around 16years ago now that I started) Whenever I'm bored and a scrap piece of paper is in front of my it quickly becomes a crane. I was the phantom crane maker at work at one point ;) (I worked at the newspaper press site so there was LOTS of scrape paper to go around hahaha)

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hehehe i just learned a few days ago HappyHappy I make them whenever im bored (school) hehehe

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aw i want to learn how to make them so bad
i really think it would look awesome if u had like 50 on fishing line hanging from your roof
i have watched liike every video ever made and I shoud be pro at it by now but i just cant get it! lol
how did you learn? videos or people showing you?

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Ya, their fun to make! My friends think its so cool when i make them at school when Im bored.

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Yes, it can be very fun.

I like to make them as gifts -by either stringing them as a mobile or large ones as simple fun toys for kids (especially the cranky ones!). For some reason, when children notice your piece of paper is turning into something they can recognize, it becomes very interesting and fun.

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I keep trying to learn how but its just too hard for meHappy Props to you though

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I love to make them, I will sometimes spend a few hours making them while I listen to music or watch a movie.

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I wanna make 1000.
call me crazy.. but Im going to do it.. probably should start now..

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I suck at origami, but found a way to get some: trading! Im still in the lookout for more Happy

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Origami cranes are awesome, I learned how to make them when I was 9 years old. But it's been several years since I folded the last crane, I might start again. Especially because it's a Japanese belief that making 1000 cranes will grant you a wish ;)

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