Origami war is pointless and hurts everyone. Here is a demonstrational video on how you can fold your very own origami peace dove to help stop all that wanton paper cut violence.
Origami a Peace Dove
This origami video shows how to make a simple dove-like bird. I then go on to show you how to turn it into a hanging decoration. This would be great as a Christmas tree ornament or some other holiday decoration to represent peace. This simple project is a great holiday craft. ...more
In observance of the fifth anniversary of 9/11 and participation in The September Project, www.theseptemberproject.org, the Plainfield Guilford Township Public Library in Plainfield, Indiana is putting together a peace crane display. This video demonstrates how to make an orig ...more
Doves are peaceful symbols of the spiritual rebirth that Easter centers itself on, and are springtime animals that herald the coming of a new season. Celebrate these cute springtime birds by crafting an origami dove. Watch this video to learn how to origami a dove for your Ea ...more
These step by step instructions help you to fold your own origami dove. Perfect for beginners.
Fold origami cranes on and before this day (the International Day of Peace) to be part of a world movement to raise awareness for peace education. What better way is there to raise awareness than through origami cranes? Part 1 of 2 - How to Fold origami cranes for peace. Part ...more
Lotus flowers have long been a symbol of longevity, balance, and peace. Find your own center even amidst bustling work schedules, kid play dates, and workday commutes by crafting a lotus flower. Whether you keep it on your desk as a reminder to breathe or simply enjoy the pea ...more
November 11th isn't just Veterans Day— it's Origami Day in Japan, where they celebrate the traditional art of paper folding. November 11th is also the last day of World Origami Days, a 2-1/2 week celebration held internationally. So, you haven't folded anything? Better get cr ...more
Check out this video to learn how to origami a dove. The folding instructions for this pretty origami dove, actually a kirigami dove, as paper cutting is involved, can be found at www.activityvillage.co.uk
According to Japanese legend, folding 1,000 paper cranes in one year will guarantee your wish will come true. A young girl named Sadako did just that in 1955 and wished for world peace—the origami crane has been an international symbol of peace ever since.
Dove cookies make such great treats to give to friends and family. Doves are traditionally representative of peace and healing, and so sharing doves (albeit in cookie form) with those you love shows that you care for their well being. Make a batch of dove cookies by watching ...more
Christmas is just a few days away, which means everyone is out shopping for last minute gifts. But wait— you still need some Christmas cards! The stores are going to be packed and Hallmark's going to have huge lines— so now what? Luckily, WonderHowTo has some great videos to ...more
Eagles are the most effective of the predator birds. With eyesight like nobody's business, a huge wingspan for excellent air foil control when flying and diving down for a yummy little mouse, and a strong, muscular body, it seems eagles were designed to, well, kill. And while ...more
We've all attempted to fold a paper airplane before, right? One we hoped would sail majestically through the air for a good while but just ended up nose-diving into the grass. Paper planes, an invention likely as old as paper, are models of engineering; and they must account f ...more
Sadako Sasaki was a Girl from Japan who apperently survived the dropping of the A-Bomb over Hiroshima unharmed. But when she turned twelve it became obvious that she had leukemia as an aftermath of the A-bomb. As she was in hospital friends visited her and one of them folded a ...more
WonderHowTo is made up niche communities called Worlds. If you've yet to join one (or create your own), get a taste below of what's going on in the community. Check in every Wednesday for a roundup of new activities and projects. This week: A holiday-themed cell phone photogr ...more
Here you're going to learn how to make the the Nakamura Lock paper airplane which is is named after its creator, Eiji Nakamura, an incredible Origami artist. This plane flies exceptionally well which I'm sure has to do with its great forward leaning center of gravity. It also ...more
Deleting text messages on your iPhone may seem like a pretty simple task, but it's those really simple tasks that usually end up causing headaches later on. Data can stick around, even if you asked it not to, so there's always a slight chance that embarrassing and incriminatin ...more
Americans consume over 1.2 billion pounds of potato chips each year, making it one of the most popular snack foods in the United States. If the entire population were addicted, it'd be about 4 pounds per person each year. Not everyone does, though, so it'd be more realistic t ...more