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Klutz: Fashion Origami :: Review

When most people think of origami, they think of little animals and shapes – fashion isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Leave it to Klutz to take care of that! With Fashion Origami, you can fold your own dresses, purses, shoes and more from colorful squares of paper by following step-by-step instructions and using all the amazing supplies and materials that come with this cool art/activity book!


Foldy Fashion

We LOVE this book! Actually, Fashion Origami is much, much, much more than a book. It’s a whole instruction guide and art kit that comes with easy to follow steps and directions, as well as gorgeous origami paper, sequins, ribbon and glue to make folding fashions easy!


Pretty Perks

Seriously, this book comes with TONS of cool supplies you can use to make your paper origami fashion, including:

  • Sequins in pretty colors
  • Ribbons in hot pink and black
  • Double-sided paper that comes in two sizes and plenty of patterns, like alligator, houndstooth and leopard print!


  • Video: How To Make Stylish Shoes With Klutz Fashion Origami


    Have Your Say

    Do you love doing art, either at school or at home? Tell us what your most brilliant creation ever was, and how you made it, in the Comments section below!


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