Symbolism and History

Of Origami Animals

A Breif History

origami has evolved is that figures are no longer folded exclusively with origami paper. Today, you can find paper folding enthusiasts who work with wrapping paper, typing paper, scrapbook paper, and various forms of handmade paper. There is a "green" crafting trend that involves making origami out of paper that would otherwise be discarded, such as old newspapers and junk mail inserts. You can also fold origami figures from paper currency to present a cash gift in a unique way, although this craft requires that you follow diagrams that are created with your currency's specific dimensions in mind.”

Symbolism

Citations

Citation 1:

Gutierrez, Hunter "Animal Symbolism." thepapercraneorigami.com. N.p., 21 May 2013. Web.


23 May 2013. http://thepapercraneorigami.com/animal-symbolism

Citation 2:

Gutierrez, Hunter "Origami Tsuru." Foreverflying.com. N.p., 22 may 2013. Web. 23 May 2013.


http://www.foreverflying.com/origami.html.


Citation 3:

Gutierrez, Hunter "A Breif History on Origami." origami.about.com. N.p., 23 may 2013. Web. 23 May 2013.


<http://origami.about.com/od/History-Of-Origami/a/A-Brief-History-Of-Origami.htm>.


Gutierrez, Hunter "Origami Tsuru." Foreverflying.com. N.p., 22 may 2013. Web. 23 May 2013.


http://www.foreverflying.com/origami.html.


Citation 3:

Gutierrez, Hunter "A Breif History on Origami." origami.about.com. N.p., 23 may 2013. Web. 23 May 2013.


<http://origami.about.com/od/History-Of-Origami/a/A-Brief-History-Of-Origami.htm>.


Gutierrez, Hunter "A Breif History on Origami." origami.about.com. N.p., 23 may 2013. Web. 23 May 2013.


<http://origami.about.com/od/History-Of-Origami/a/A-Brief-History-Of-Origami.htm>.