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Anonymous asked in Games & RecreationHobbies & Crafts · 1 decade ago

What origami folding are used to symbolise your love for someone?

In movies, we watch this heartbroken guys who folded lots of this origami art work and then throw it from the window to tell the girl that he loves her. What are they called and how to fold it?

Please, this is really important for me.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Okay

    I don't know what shape they are but here are some book that can help you find out { You did not name the movie or what his art work is shaped like. So the best I can do is this. } :

    Fantastic Folds - Origami Projects by Andrew Stroker ,Sasha Willaimson

    Origami Flowers

    by Hiromi Hayashi

    The Joy of Origami

    by Margaret Van Sicklen

    Origami for the Enthusiast: Step-by-Step Instructions in over 700 Diagrams

    by John. Montroll, Lillian Oppenheimer, Montroll

    Complete Book of Origami: Step-by-Step Instructions in over 1,000 Diagrams/48 Original Models

    by Robert J.MacEy Lang, Lang, Robin Macey (Photographer)

    Origami

    by Anne Akers Johnson

    Origami Flowers

    by James Minoru Sakoda, Sakoda

    Fun with Origami: 17 Easy-to-Do Projects and 24 Sheets of Origami Paper

    by Harry C. Helfman, Dover Publications Inc

    Easy Origami

    by John Montroll, Montroll

    Origami for the Enthusiast: Step-by-Step Instructions in over 700 Diagrams

    by John. Montroll, Lillian Oppenheimer, Montroll

    THE ULTIMATE PAPERCRAFT & ORIGAMI BOOK BY PAUL JACKSON & ANGELA A’COURT

    Fun with Easy Origami: Thirty-Two Projects and Twenty-Four Sheets of Origami Paper

    by Dover Publications, Dover

    The Great Origami Book

    by Zulal Ayture-Scheele, Z. Ayture-Scheele

    THE AMAZING BOOK OF ORIGAMI

    A STEP-BY-STEP ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO MAKING MODELS BY USING THE CREATIVE ART OF PAPER FOLDING

    By Jon Tremaine

    Origami Design Secrets: Mathematical Methods for an Ancient Art

    by Robert J. Lang

    Favorite Animals in Origami

    by John Montroll, Montroll

    Fabulous Origami Boxes

    by Tomoko Fuse, Tomako Fuse

    The Origami Bible Book | Nick Robinson

    Advanced Origami: An Artist's Guide to Performances in Paper

    by Michael G. LaFosse

    Advanced Origami: More than 60 Fascinating and Challenging Projects for the Serious Folder

    by Didier Boursin

    This should pointyou in the right direction

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It's called Tsuru - the paper crane, symbol of peace in Japan, I'm sure you can find the instructions through google

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