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Origami Bonsai Electronic Magazine, Volume 4 Issue 1

Origami Bonsai Electronic Magazine, Volume 4 Issue 1

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Sorry it's been so long, but I've been so busy with other things that this issue took 7 months to write. But it's finally here. Learn how to fold the olive leaf, how to create clusters of flowers, and there's a short article about a new origami paper. Enjoy!
Sorry it's been so long, but I've been so busy with other things that this issue took 7 months to write. But it's finally here. Learn how to fold the olive leaf, how to create clusters of flowers, and there's a short article about a new origami paper. Enjoy!

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Published by: benagami on Aug 30, 2012
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Folding the Olive Leaf Attracting PollinatorsOrigami Paper for Flowers
 
 
Table of Contents
Editor’s Note
2Folding the Olive Leaf 6Attracting Pollinators 13Origami Paper for Flowers 24
Origami Bonsai® is a registered trademark of Benjamin John ColemanYou are free to adapt and share Origami Bonsai Electronic Magazine Volume 3 Issue 2 as longas you attribute the material you use to Benjamin John Coleman. Glow-Fold is a patentedtechnique and must be licensed separately. Contact Ben@Benagami.com for details.
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Origami Bonsai Electronic MagazineVolume 4 Issue 1Copyright 2012 Benjamin John Coleman1
 
Editor’s Note
 by Ben Coleman
I’ve been awfully busy
lately and I apologize that I
haven’t had more time to
devote to this magazine.In a perfect world rent,food, and clothing wouldbe free; sadly economicreality demands that I earnenough to pay for theseexpenses. What continuesto amaze me is that I amable to do it through myart and through endeavorsrelated to it. In the past
few months I’ve
completed two new booksand collaborated on athird. I also built an origami sculpture for an advertisement.
When I started writing this month’s issue I was still in my old studio. I am now in a first floor
studio with more space and direct access to the street. This makes it much easier to visit, and Ihave open studio hours on Sundays from noon unti
l 4 pm. If you’re in Rhode Island and wouldlike to visit, please come by. If Sunday doesn’t work for you, please call before coming. I’msure I’ll be around.
 Origami Bonsai continues to grow in popularity. You may not have noticed, but my OrigamiBonsai related documents on Scribd have been read more than a half million times! I hope youenjoy this issue.Sincerely,Benjamin John Coleman
Gallery area of the new Origami Bonsai studio.
Origami Bonsai Electronic MagazineVolume 4 Issue 1Copyright 2012 Benjamin John Coleman2

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