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Congratulatory crane from Jo Nakashima

Today in our selection of origami models youAnother interesting variant of the crane assembly is offered. This crane in Japan was called congratulatory, because he is more handsome than his fellow crane, and also because it is customary to give such an odd article to various holidays - weddings, birthdays and other events.

Congratulatory crane from Jo Nakashima

They say that the congratulatory crane,Whose real name is Kotobukizuru, brings prosperity and luck to the house where the place is located. And besides, it is simply beautiful and will certainly decorate your home, or complement the collection of origami models. Congratulatory crane has a beautiful developing and lush tail, and looks great made of textured paper.

Congratulatory crane from Jo Nakashima

So, to build this crane model origami youIt takes 1 square sheet of paper with a size on the side of 15 cm (this is recommended, but deviations are possible), and 15 minutes for assembly. The model itself is based on a traditional scheme, only with a slight improvement in the tail of the bird.

Congratulatory crane from Jo Nakashima

The model is designed for beginner origami, and,If you try, then the child can easily cope with it. Well, it's time to go to the video lesson, and create a congratulatory crane with origami yourself.


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