Monday, February 10, 2014

Dollar Origami Kit Review & Giveaway


This unique dollar fold is from LaFosse & Alexander's Dollar Origami: Convert Your Ordinary Cash into Extraordinary Art! The full-color, spiral-bound, hardcover and instructional DVD builds on their first two money origami kits Money Origami and Mini Money Origami, no repeats. Intermediate folders will discover twenty exclusive money folding projects by the authors, eight of them modular, along with 48 practice "dollar bills". The DVD is indispensable and will help you advance your folding! I used four US $1 bills to fold this striking modular design called an Origami Windmill Pillow Tile. Give more than money, give art!
 
http://www.tuttlepublishing.com/origami-crafts/michael-lafosses-dollar-origami
CONTENTS
4 Introduction
5 Symbols Key & General Tips
6 Lee's Coin Pouch
8 Canoe
10 Windmill Pillow Tile
12 Lantern Puzzle
14 George Washington Monument
17 Richie's Rocket
20 Two-Dollar Crown
22 Prosperity Bamboo
24 Bamboo - Orchid Leaves
26 Orchid
29 Sitting Bunny
33 Standing Bunny
37 George Washington Knot
39 Reef Pony
43 American Shad
46 Great Seal
51 Teddy Bear
55 Standing Eagle
58 Three-Dollar Bird Base
61 Drachir the Dragon
 
http://www.tuttlepublishing.com/origami-crafts/michael-lafosses-dollar-origami
Dollar Origami is available in both my Canadian and USA Amazon Store's and worldwide at Tuttle Publishing. Check out their unique Asian catalog at Tuttle Publishing.

Tuttle Publishing has generously offered to giveaway one copy of Dollar Origami! To qualify you must be a follower of my blog and leave a comment below about another Tuttle book you'd like to give or receive. One winner will be selected at random. Good luck to you!

50 comments:

  1. I also like their book on LaFosse Butterflies- excellent history, models, and presentation. In general, Tuttle simply puts out quality products.

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  2. My daughter would love the Beginner's Guide to Cake Decorating

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  3. I would love to get Celebrating Chinese Festivals for my daughter

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  4. www.tuttlepublishing.com/books-by-country/aikido-basics

    sousasurveys@hotmail.com

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  5. I would like All Things Paper also. :-) Thank you.

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  6. I'd love to win the children's book the Magic Gem

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  7. I would also like the Origami Extravaganza book!

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  8. I would like to have the other dollar Orgami books or the Trash Orgami.

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  9. All Paper Things, I would like to read

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  10. I really like the "Girligami Kit" Looks like fun!

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  11. I'd like the book, 10-Fold Origami. It looks like a good one too.

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  12. I like the book "All Things Paper". I just love Ann Martin's work.

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  13. I would like any origami book that is tessellation related.

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  14. I'd like to try Easy Chinese Recipes.

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  15. I would like the Easy Chinese Recipes

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  16. I would love The Beginner's Guide to Cake Decorating.

    Mallory Bailey
    mallorybailey1@gmail.com

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  17. I would love Healthy Indian Vegetarian Cooking

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  18. I would like to cook from the Easy Chinese Recipes.

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  19. I would like to receive for myself the book "Origami Butterflies".

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  20. So many origami books to choose... I would like Geometric Origami for my classroom.

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  21. Thanks for the chance to win, I would love to get Celebrating Chinese Festivals for my son.

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  22. I would like to get the Beginner's Guide to Cake Decorating.

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  23. I'd love any of the recipe books, but Authentic Recipes from Korea really catches my eye.

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  24. I like the amazing origami kit.

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  25. Oh boy, I saw lots to love! We love cooking, especially Asian and both Little Vietnam Cook Book and Jaden Hair's Steaming Recipes, as well as Entice With Spice. I'm also interested in the Japanese Kites, Creative Beading Jewelry, the Amazing Origami Kit - as well as many of the other Origami books (like Butterflies!) Thanks

    Jesselyn A/Jesstinger
    jessterlyn(at)aol(dot)com

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  26. I would like Origami Butterflies for my daughter.

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  27. I like celebrating Chinese festivals.. But I think I probably like them all.

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  28. There are so many interesting books. Love all the kids books. Thank you for the chance.

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  29. A Touch of Tropical Spice with some great recipes!

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  30. Advanced Origami would be the book for my daughter.

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  31. I would also love the book America's Covered Bridges

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  32. I'd love to win the children's book the Magic Gem,thanks

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  33. There is another origami book called 10 fold which is hardcover that I would also like. http://www.tuttlepublishing.com/origami-crafts/10-fold-origami-hardcover-with-jacket

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  34. Japanese Paper Crafting would be a pretty awesome book to give as a gift.

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  35. I would love the girligami for my daughter. It looks cute and fun.

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  36. Fun & Easy Paper Airplanes looks right up my son's alley!

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  37. I'd like to have Artist of Life Bruce Lee :)

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  38. My daughter would like the "All About Japan" book. She has been learning about it in school and is really interested in the culture.

    Les Johnson

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  39. beginners guide for cake decorating is one i'm interested in

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  40. I want to read Essential Japanese Grammar

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  41. I would love to win A Cook's Journet to Japan: http://www.tuttlepublishing.com/books-by-country/a-cooks-journey-to-japan-hardcover-with-jacket

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  42. I'd like to read the book Bamboo in China. Bamboo is a really hot product now.

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  43. Beginner's Guide to Cake Decorating

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  44. the touch of tropical spice looks like a great way to learn to spice things up

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  45. I'd like to read the Creative Beaded Jewelry book.

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  46. i want the girligami
    i am tony l smoaks on rafflecopter

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  47. I would like 47 Ronin. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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