Origami Book Giveaway

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Beautiful Origami Flowers by Anca Oprea (Lark Books, 2014)
Fabrigami by Jill Stovall, Scott Stern and Florence Temko (Tuttle Publishing, 2013)
Beautiful Origami Flowers by Anca Oprea (Lark Books, 2014)

Beautiful Origami Flowers by Anca Oprea (Lark Books, 2014)

The art of origami is relaxing and fun, and yields some beautiful creations. Today, we're giving you the chance to become a master with this two-book giveaway.

Flowers will brighten up any occasion, from weddings and parties to your daily life. Paper ones can be any color or pattern you choose and don't dry out. With Beautiful Origami Flowers by Anca Oprea (Lark Books, 2014), you'll learn how to create 23 unique varieties of flower including some of the most iconic real blooms and several fantastical imagined ones.

Increase the usefulness and durability of your origami creations by learning to make them from fabric. Fabrigami by Jill Stovall, Scott Stern and Florence Temko (Tuttle Publishing, 2013) of origami experiences. Included are instructions on how to get fabric to hold its folded shape, and many easy-to-follow projects with comprehensive diagrams.

For your chance to win one of these great books, all you have to do is leave a comment here before June 11th. Two winners will each receive one book, chosen at random.

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Comments (76)

munezlaine writes: nice collectin dude
Posted: 11:18 am on September 11th
fosterlaine writes: well done
Posted: 2:34 am on September 11th
sunnylaine writes: like your stuff
Posted: 1:34 pm on September 7th
claire2810 writes: I love to make flowers, but, my repertoire is so small, that I really need some new input. I do believe this book could save me from sudden death. I do hope I can win this book.
Posted: 4:13 am on August 10th
sconry1 writes: Love the origami flowers, I am currently making all my wedding flowers (bouquets and centerpieces) and would love the ability to have more flower options by winning this book. I am super excited for this drawing!
Posted: 12:12 pm on August 4th
tribee writes: Hi,im so very interested to learn making this origami flowers.

Posted: 4:16 am on June 26th
judygreeneyes writes: I fell in love with working with paper when scrapbooking became a big craze, and I never lost my love for it. I've been to Japan many times on business and bought lots of handmade paper, lots of origami papers also. Never enough time, but I do love it. Please enter me in the drawing, thanks much!!
Posted: 3:44 pm on June 13th
cnuland writes: I love flower crafts of all kinds - and the paper ones are wonderful!
Posted: 10:06 pm on June 9th
Gourdgirl writes: would love to win either of these books
Posted: 11:21 pm on June 8th
Cynpurple writes: Great books!
Posted: 7:15 pm on June 6th
bakingmomma writes: My daughter loves this and would love to win this for her, thanks for the chance!
Posted: 6:00 pm on June 4th
Luria writes: Ooo... I love origami but Fabrigami? Combining my 2 loves! Papercraft and fabric crafts ! :O
Posted: 1:24 pm on June 4th
sewold writes: This would be a great activity for a family vacation we're taking in July.
Posted: 10:13 am on June 4th
DreamyDahlia writes: I'd love to take my folding skills to a new level!
Posted: 12:22 pm on June 2nd
gillcry8 writes: My just turned teen-daughter is ever so crafty. Me, not so much. Either one of these books would be awesome for us to use together. I'm especially intrigued by the idea of using fabric. Fingers, toes and curly hair crossed!
Posted: 9:38 am on June 2nd
gunggung writes: I would love to receive this book...it looks like you can adapt it to make flowers from other paper media. Been doing origami for years.
Posted: 7:10 am on June 2nd
annina_ch writes: i would love to be able to make my own flowers.
Posted: 5:09 am on June 2nd
theeema writes: My grandson loves doing origami. This book would be great for us to do it together!
Posted: 5:32 pm on May 31st
BonnieSH writes: What an awesome looking book! I love to make paper flowers!
Posted: 5:12 pm on May 31st
DianeinDenver writes: I love origami and have been trying to perfect my techcnique with a couple of videos ... would love another approach to learning this great craft!
Posted: 4:48 pm on May 31st
karynfell writes: my daughter made a thousand paper origami cranes for decorations for her wedding. I loved doing origami as a young girl. We would love all the new ideas and techniques in one of the other of these books.
Posted: 3:53 pm on May 31st
fromtheheart writes: I really have fun with origami. Thanks for this opportunity!
It is so cool to see the shapes emerge... almost mysteriously.
I like sharing the process with kids (or anyone) as well. It's great to hear their "Ahhh!"!
Posted: 11:52 am on May 31st
claire2810 writes: I would love to win this book I love seeing people do Origami and would really like to have ago at it myself. Thankyou for this giveaway and now have fingers and toes crossed. xx

Posted: 8:54 am on May 31st
M1the1 writes: I have LOTS of fabric and LOTS of origami paper! Would enjoy either book!
Posted: 8:19 am on May 31st
sumac05301 writes: Origami is so much fun, would love to add either book to my library.
Thanks for your giveaway!
Posted: 7:40 am on May 31st
abuela75 writes: Origami has always intrigued me and I would love to learn how to make flowers, both in paper and fabric. As a senior, it is a wonderful craft to aid in keeping an active mind.
Posted: 6:40 am on May 31st
CreateMom writes: Thanks for this giveaway. I'd love to use this book I my classroom. My students love origami.
Posted: 4:30 am on May 31st
ladydragon52 writes: I teach a Seniors' craft class. I think my class would love t have tis book to work from! So would I !!!
Posted: 3:14 am on May 31st
samsstuff writes: So fun! I'd love to win a copy of either one of these :)
Posted: 1:26 am on May 31st
samsstuff writes: So fun! I'd love to win a copy :)
Posted: 1:24 am on May 31st
squirrel_ee writes: I have always admired origami flowers but have never tried one. This would give me clear instructions so I can start some. Thanks
Posted: 12:16 am on May 31st
island_girl writes: I grew up making origami but nothing like this! These are so pretty, 'would love to learn to make them.
Posted: 11:56 pm on May 30th
67baby writes: my niece is just starting to learn origami and this would be a huge help for me and her. We would so appreciate it if we won.
Posted: 11:01 pm on May 30th
jakesmrs writes: Origami and flowers - a perfect match!!
Posted: 10:18 pm on May 30th
Moonchaser writes: This would be fascinating to learn.
Posted: 9:48 pm on May 30th
user-234821 writes: I have done some origami but would love to try flowers in either paper or fabric, or both!
Posted: 8:57 pm on May 30th
mimi310 writes: I would like to learn how to make origami flowers. I can always use another craft.
Posted: 8:41 pm on May 30th
cmct writes: These both look like grand fun.
Posted: 8:35 pm on May 30th
Liberty1889 writes: I love the fabric origami idea, but either book would be fun to win.
Posted: 8:09 pm on May 30th
SewingKindness writes: How Great! Flowers that will not wilt.

Posted: 7:48 pm on May 30th
NGuy writes: Origami is fantastic for so many things!

Posted: 7:33 pm on May 30th
user-3385447 writes: Would love this book. Years ago when I worked in an elementary school library I would make origami items using the instructional books and taught the students how. We hung them from the ceiling to decorate the library, then on Spring Fling day we would sell them to earn money to buy more books and colourful paper and start over again. Unfortunately I cannot remember how to fold without looking at a book. Sophia
Posted: 6:58 pm on May 30th
uttercaro writes: I'd love to learn this.
Posted: 6:58 pm on May 30th
wendy_ware writes: My fabulous grade-school-math-teacher friend often uses origami in her lessons... this would be a wonderful addition
to her school library!!
Posted: 5:57 pm on May 30th
janmarietta writes: Origami is so awesome! What a great looking book!
Posted: 5:49 pm on May 30th
missque writes: Her flowers are beautiful. I would love to receive this book.
Posted: 5:29 pm on May 30th
pamlicolady writes: Both books look amazing. Thank you for the chance to win.
Posted: 5:18 pm on May 30th
MarlenePlemel writes: I love flowers and I would love to learn origami. Thank you for this giveaway!!
Posted: 5:11 pm on May 30th
heartycat writes: The book sounds like it is right up my alley. I enjoy crafts, sewing, painting - and flowers. I would enjoy making all the flowers and adding fabric ones to the mix would be great! I would love this giveaway - Thanks. Beverly
Posted: 5:03 pm on May 30th
pancakegrandma writes: Looks like fun. Something the grandkids would enjoy too.
Posted: 5:00 pm on May 30th
DUBLIN10 writes: these flowers look beautiful! I was thinking what a wonderful idea it would be to make and give to my four year old Granddaughter and the other little girls at their ballet recital :) and then to show my little Granddaughter Grace how they are made and maybe teach her to make some too , What a great Granny Granddaughter activity :)
Posted: 4:54 pm on May 30th
supermom1 writes: something else I have always wanted to learn - looks like a good book to learn with.....
Posted: 4:49 pm on May 30th
supermom1 writes: something else I have always wanted to learn - looks like a good book to learn with.....
Posted: 4:48 pm on May 30th
lk001 writes: Looks like a great book. Thank you for offering it as a giveaway.
Posted: 4:31 pm on May 30th
ctdamsel writes: I need help with Origami!
Posted: 4:08 pm on May 30th
InfamousCraftWorks writes: I have always wanted origami flowers as center pieces for my wedding! I loved the idea of letting the guests take a piece of art home with them. To learn how to do it in fabric would be even more amazing and unique! I would enjoy putting the skills to use :D
Posted: 4:08 pm on May 30th
workmomlibrary writes: They look lovely. I'm not proficient with origami as yet but I am persistent with learning how, and these are so pretty that it makes me want to do more.
Posted: 3:57 pm on May 30th
sallysuecraftlady writes: I love doing origami. Haven't done it for several years. We baby sit our granddaughters and they love to do crafts with grandma. It would be a great book to add to my craft library.
Posted: 3:55 pm on May 30th
workmomlibrary writes: They look lovely. I'm not proficient with origami as yet but I am persistent with learning how, and these are so pretty that it makes me want to do more.
Posted: 3:53 pm on May 30th
Karey writes: Oooo..this book looks fun!! I love the flowers on the cover!
Posted: 3:50 pm on May 30th
CraftingGal writes: Looks like beautiful origami flowers. Thanks for the great giveaway!
Posted: 3:39 pm on May 30th
starskysewer writes: I am a great flower arranger, and have been doing origami since 7th grade- it would be fun to mix my love of fabrics and flowers with one of these books-
Posted: 3:36 pm on May 30th
Staxx writes: Looks fun! I would live to try it!
Posted: 3:33 pm on May 30th
RufusC writes:
It would be wonderful to be able to decorate the house with the brightly colored papers made into flowers and pass this onto the younger generation.
Posted: 3:30 pm on May 30th
Monkeygurrl writes: I've wanted to learn origami forEVER! Even if the task is too daunting for me, the books are beautiful!
Posted: 3:30 pm on May 30th
fluffypechey writes: Oh this is my next thing to learn would love the book ty x
Posted: 3:17 pm on May 30th
vicsav writes: Love origami and making flowers from any medium. Love, love, love CraftStylish! So many great ideas for eye candy...
Posted: 3:07 pm on May 30th
acheckitt writes: Flowers + Fabric = Love. I would love to win a book. Thank you for the chance to win one.
Posted: 7:40 pm on May 28th
ImaMes writes: I love working with both paper and fabric. Thanks for offering these two books!
Posted: 11:23 am on May 28th
dKaySky writes: This would make for great projects for my daughter and me during Summer break.
Posted: 5:55 pm on May 27th
jennieMB writes: These both look great. The flowers look so pretty, and I'm going to check out what kind of fabric projects are in the other book.
Posted: 1:28 pm on May 26th
trishden writes: These would be fun crafts to try. I haven't seen many origami flowers or fabric, I've only seen a lot of birds. Thanks for a great giveaway!
Posted: 11:06 pm on May 22nd
Ambrosine writes: I'd love to win the flower book! This year I made a simple flower bouquet for my Mom for Mother's Day. She loved it!
Posted: 5:11 pm on May 22nd
ShiningStar writes: These look like fun books.
Posted: 1:20 am on May 22nd
dizzymom writes: Love making origami flowers!
Posted: 2:55 pm on May 21st
scull writes: hi there, thanks for this giveaway. big fan of origami. I didn't realize Florence Temko was still publishing - I've read and enjoyed her books for many years. (: - Jen
Posted: 1:27 pm on May 21st
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