Fold It: Beyond Traditional Origami with Karen Thomas
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You've seen Karen's beautiful artwork in several books. You've seen her many guest appearances on television. Now you can learn how Karen makes her folded treasures and more on DVD
This DVD is jam-packed with almost two and a half hours of projects, tips, and ideas. Finally you don't have to try and learn origami from a book. Now you can see the action, fold by fold and create your own folded treasures for scrapbook pages, greeting cards, and even jewelry. Using just paper, a bone folder, and an occasional dab of glue, Karen shows you how to make wonderful and whimsical artwork.
Enjoy a front row seat while Karen demonstrates: Folding 101, Paper Finishes, Envelopes, Pop Up Box, Sliding Box, Folded Box, Gift Bag, Little Kimono, Folded Shoes, Folded Earrings, Crane Card, Accordion Book, Signature Book and House Box.
The gallery is overflowing with more than 90 photographs of sample artwork. When you see something that inspires you jump directly to the technique used to create it.
This is a NTSC format DVD. It has been enabled for regions 1, 2, and 4.
Fold It projects are great on their own, or as embellishments for greeting cards or scrapbook pages. -- Scrap & Stamp Arts April 2005
Fold It, hosted by Karen Thomas, is full of ideas for greeting cards, books, boxes, and more using folded papers. -- Craftrends February 2005
For anyone who loves working with paper this is one terrific DVD! -- Carol Duvall HGTV
If you think origami is only about making paper cranes, think again. -- Vamp Stamp News February 2005
Learn to fold boxes, books, earrings, cranes and other origami shapes with the Fold It DVD from PageSage. -- Rubber Stamper March 2005
Top customer reviews
Some of these projects were on Carol Duvall's show, but now you get to see what you never saw on that show--step by step closeups and simple ways to finish things. No diagrams needed!
What I loved about this DVD is that every little part of it is worth watching. Never before have the 'credits' been almost as interesting as the main portion of the program: Karen shows her private journal as the background to the credits lists! And the bloopers show the Karen we all know and love from Carol Duvall: elegant, modest, but warm and funny. The gallery was great, and even the ads for upcoming DVDs from PageSage gave glimpses of the other DVDs.
PageSage really has this instructional filming down pat--no unnecessary head shots and always close images of what is being done. Better than the front row in a class, since you can watch it at 2am in your pyjamas!
Get this DVD if you have even the smallest interest in folding paper but have been afraid to try it. You'll be as hooked as I now am!