Origami pa­pers

With one pat­terned and one plain side, these sheets will give your folds a pretty con­trast Pre­sent­ing the pat­tern-lovers be­hind our care­fully se­lected col­lec­tion of Mol­lie Makes origami pa­pers

Cardmaking and Papercraft - - Mollie Makes -

Meet our pa­per designers Wendy Ken­dall

Sur­face pat­tern designer Wendy cre­ated bed­ding tex­tiles for many years be­fore mak­ing the jump to free­lance. She now works out of her ru­ral Stafford­shire home, de­sign­ing ev­ery­thing from sta­tionery to cur­tains. Cut and fold Wendy’s pretty pa­pers on page 47.

Emma Kate Co­dring­ton

Il­lus­tra­tor, ad­ven­turer and free spirit Emma Kate lives, breathes and trav­els. She’s all about the de­lights of wa­ter­colour and ink, brush on page, and al­ways colours out­side the lines on pur­pose. Get in­spired by Emma Kate’s pretty chevronin­spired pa­pers on page 51.

Clare Owen

Il­lus­tra­tor Clare is orig­i­nally from Corn­wall but now lives in the won­der­ful city of Bris­tol. A cat lover, fran­cophile and interiors en­thu­si­ast, her work is fu­elled by co­pi­ous amounts of tea and lis­ten­ing to NPR. En­joy Clare’s con­fetti pa­per on page 45.

Amy van Luijk

New Zealand-born Amy is now based in the UK. She cre­ates bold and vi­brant il­lus­tra­tions, and her work­ing meth­ods in­volve lots of cut­ting and stick­ing, leav­ing a trail of coloured pa­per scraps ev­ery­where she goes. Get cre­ative with Amy’s origami sheet on page 49.

To create dou­ble-sided origami pa­pers, print the de­sign of your choice then put the printed pa­per back in your printer the other way up and choose ei­ther one of our plain back­grounds or the same de­sign again to print on the back.Then you’re ready to start fold­ing!


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