Origami Crane Wall Display

You need:

LOTS of origami paper(or just normal paper).

yardstick/ruler (depending on how long you want it).

String

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Step 1: Origami Crane

It would be too complicated for me to tell you so go to this website:

http://www.monkey.org/~aidan/origami/crane/

Make about 20 or so until your satisfied.

Step 2: The Base

take the yardstick and take string on the top and let it droop down.(this is where the birds will go on so if you don't give yourself enough room..... you might have to re-tie.) Try to put 2-10 strands depending on how any birds you made.

Step 3: Adding the Cranes

Take the Cranes and one by one thread the string through the birds until you have a chain of birds. Gluing the birds is recommended because they might slide down instead of hanging up.

Step 4: FINISHED

After folding all those birds and putting them on the string finish off by hanging them up!

ENJOY! Thanks!! Please comment on the instructions and if any questions about the project! THANKS!

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    seamster

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice work, I love your enthusiasm! Can't wait to see what you make next.

    Here's a little how-to for newer authors that might give you some tips as you continue making awesome stuff and posting equally awesome instructables! Cheers!

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    Thanks!! you do great work yourself. I just released a cool new model or a ray-gun.(A little nerdy), but i put lots of effort into it. i really liked some of your instructibles too!

    Please questions and comments will be answered! Please tell your friends and show-off to your neighbors!

    Please, if you made it click the "i made it" button! THANKS MEANS A LOT!