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Hi, I’m Natasha.
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I am a wife and a mother to my 3 children and 2 dogs, so you can imagine how chaotic it can get in our house.
“Ooh, look at me!” is an ironic name because I actually don’t like drawing attention to myself or my family, yet I really like inspiring others to be creative because I know how fulfilling it can be. The name also comes from something silly we used to say years ago and it kind of just stuck with me.
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BOOK REVIEW (By Natasha 16/12/16) - 80 Best-Ever Projects Origami by Rick Beech
“Origami” is a book that you can use to either learn origami or advance your already existing knowledge of the paper craft. It contains detailed instructions that are supported by a vast amount of pictures to aid your learning. There are tips on the various different paper folds that exist in origami, as well as the best materials to use.
We came across this book in the library a few years ago and have borrowed it on more than one occasion. This time we borrowed it a few months ago for some home school activities. It has so many varieties of projects that you will not get bored. It even seems like there are more than 80 projects because the book is so big.
We used the book recently for our Christmas theme. We chose to do the Christmas Stockings, but there are many other ideas for things you can make for Christmas, which you can see some in the pictures above. There are also boxes and gift bag ideas that would be perfect for wrapping presents in. You can even make envelopes to put your Christmas cards in or make a pop-up origami card. The choices are endless. This is a great activity book for all year round and will keep your kids very busy. It is also a fun and creative craft to learn for everyone, adults and children. It is something you can do together.
Our family give “Origami” a rating of 5 out of 5!
80 Best-Ever Projects Origami by Rick Beech
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