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Origami Crane Mobile: I'm working on this right now for my sweet girl's room :)

Origami Crane Mobile  Children Decor  Baby by SpareBedroomStudio, $28.00

Origami Crane Mobile Children Decor Baby Mobile Paper Nursery Cabin Bedroom Forest Green Birds Plaid Eco Friendly

Origami Rainbow - I love how they put more cranes at the bottom to form a unique shape.

Origami Rainbow Crane Mobile Large

Origami Rainbow - I love how they put more cranes at the bottom to form a unique shape.

Origami peace crane mobile by sakuralu83.deviantart.com on @deviantART

long, features 6 cranes (plus one jingle bell each). More details here: [link] Origami peace crane mobile

Multicolored Origami Crane Mobile by BetweenTheSpectrum on Etsy | Craft Juice

Multicolored Origami Crane Mobile by BetweenTheSpectrum on Etsy

Naoki Onogawa’s Folded Crane Art: A Surprising Minuscule World | tsunagu Japan

Naoki Onogawa's Folded Crane Art: A Surprising Minuscule World

A Thousand Paper Cranes

A Thousand Paper Cranes

If you want to make a bid, come down to the AUCTION on Saturday night: Isn't it beautiful and full of wishes... Thank you Anne Marie for all your hard work helping us put this together in time.

Our Origami Crane Mobile

paper crane mobile This would be very colorful and all you would need would be colored paper and string.  The branches would come from the woods nearby.

paper crane mobile This would be very colorful and all you would need would be colored paper and string. The branches would come from the woods nearby.

Finished Cranes - I think this blogger did a lovely interpretation of the 1000 cranes project! From thistleandleaves.com

Finished Cranes - I think this blogger did a lovely interpretation of the 1000 cranes project! From thistleandleaves.com

Senbazuru: a string of a thousand origami cranes, sent to a person who is ill or injured as a prayer for recovery. The crane is symbolic of happiness and long life in Japan.

Japanese 1000 origami cranes -Senbazuru-: Senbazuru is a string of a thousand paper cranes. It is usually sent to a person who is ill or injured as a prayer for recovery. The crane is symbolic of happiness and long life in Japan.

1000s Of Miniature Origami Cranes Turned Into Incredible Bonsai Trees By Naoki Onogawa | Bored Panda

1000s Of Miniature Origami Cranes Turned Into Incredible Bonsai Trees By Naoki Onogawa

Here are the creations of the Japanese artist Naoki Onogawa, who realizes bonsai consisting of thousands of miniature origami! By meticulously folding cranes i

Incredible Bonsai Trees Made Of 1000s Of Miniature Origami Cranes By Naoki Onogawa - Part 2

Incredible Bonsai Trees Made Of Of Miniature Origami Cranes By Naoki Onogawa

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