The Art of Origami Napkin Folding

Screen shot 2011-07-20 at 2.26.28 PM Fred & Friends Origami Napkins take the art of napkin-folding to a whole new level.

The paper napkins are printed with instructions for folding four different designs, from the classic crane to a nifty polo shirt (pictured here).

$12 for a pack of 40 napkins at Fred Flare.


 





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oRIGAMI very beautiful art! But it's very hurd!

 

Yep, That is origami! One of the many traditional Japanese arts! But is lovely, isn't t?

 

wow, wow, wow. i've been obsessed with origami since i was little, and these gems may have to grace my next dinner party. thank u!

 

Artistic! A napkin made to a origami. I'm sure every women loves that, i wonder when they will make a different design.

 

i agree with you on that , thanks for you share with us

 

That picture looks amazing, I wish to able to such a cute folding. Thank you this post, I'm going to practise now...

 

What a fascinating play on origami napkins. Thanks for the post.

 

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Resources like the one you mentioned here will be very useful for me!

 

amazing! i could never learn! :(

 

I really like how this looks. amazing!

 

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