Miniature Origami

Using tiny bits of paper only ¼" square, artist Mary Shota creates miniature origami marvels! Most are the size of a grain of rice, some as small as a sesame seed. It can take over 70 folds to make the tiny origami creations. They come in decorative glass vials that can be strung and worn as a pendant, and can be purchased through her website, Sho Creations.

Artist's website: http://shocreations.net/


2 comments:

Mary Shota said...

Hi, thank you very much for your nice comments. It is always nice to be appreciated and acknowledged. You have a very nice website and wish you much success. Stop by www.shocreations.net or www.shocreations.etsy.com for updates and new items.
Thank you,
mary

TreeFeathers said...

Glad you stopped by, Mary, you do such beautiful work.

Here's live links to Mary's sites:
www.shocreations.net
www.shocreations.etsy.com

 

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