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Old 07-01-2006, 07:37 AM   #1
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I think this is the right forum for this...I am looking for instructions on how to make an origami butterfly to use on the front of a card. (so nothing too "sticky-uppy") Anyone here able to direct me to instructions?

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I think this is the right forum for this...I am looking for instructions on how to make an origami butterfly to use on the front of a card. (so nothing too "sticky-uppy") Anyone here able to direct me to instructions?

TIA

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Hoping this site will work for you... It offers two different butterflies. You simply print the patterned paper, then fold as instructed I did mine using tissue paper and it gave the butterflies a more realistic look.


If you use a search engine like Google, and type in Origami butterfly, you can come up with several sites with instructions... some of them are in Japanese.

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Default oragami butterfly

Hi,
This butterfly is beautiful, but where did you get the paper?
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Hoping this site will work for you... It offers two different butterflies. You simply print the patterned paper, then fold as instructed I did mine using tissue paper and it gave the butterflies a more realistic look.


If you use a search engine like Google, and type in Origami butterfly, you can come up with several sites with instructions... some of them are in Japanese.

Have a FUNtastic day!

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Hi...I did google and I found the site you mentioned (thanks for taking the time to reply) but I am looking for a specific butterfly I think I've seen on SCS...it's got more definition to it but is still suitable for a card...I wish I could find the picture so I could link it here and show you what I mean...
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Hoping this site will work for you... It offers two different butterflies. You simply print the patterned paper, then fold as instructed I did mine using tissue paper and it gave the butterflies a more realistic look.



I think it prints that way in your paper.
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This butterfly is beautiful, but where did you get the paper?
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To obtain the paper for each of the two butterflies shown, click on the link below the one you wish to create... bringing up a printable page... It prints out in color, and all you have to do is follow the folding instructions.

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I found this one, hope this work for you.

http://origamania.free.fr/Diagramme/butterfly.gif
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I found another website.

http://www.paperfolding.com/diagrams/
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Thanks! They're a lot closer to what I was looking for (I think I'll try #1 first as I prefer that one.)

Thanks for taking the time to help me!
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Here is a link I have used - this card features in my picture trail - You're welcome to have a look.
http://www.cardinspirations.co.uk/demo/teabag07.htm
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WooHoo!!! That's the one I was thinking of and couldn't find anywhere...THANK YOU so much!!!!
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This is awesome. I just love this site. You ladies are tremendous in helping each other. I wish I could meet everyone in person!
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