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Beautiful Origami Art

Recently we received some beautiful origami art gifts from Japan. They were from one of our student's grandmother and she had planned to send them for Christmas! There was a beautiful wreath made of pasta with lovely embellishments, little origami Santas and three gorgeous boxes one inside the other! All the children in the group were delighted to add them to our art collections and displays. The amount of inspiration and curiosity they brought in, is totally adorable! Here are the pictures we would love to share and will surely try to make some of our own as well!

The box top 

The box bottom (box turned upside down)

Box inside the box!

And a another precious little box! They fit in neatly to make one box (the first pic above)

Sweet  Origami Santa tree ornament

Wreath made of pasta!

A big 'Thank you' and hugs to the kind lady from all us at the AWC class!


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