Fashion Origami

April 11, 2009

Origami just moved up to a brand new level!

origamiCute, eh? That’s a Fashion Origami Set. Comes with 120 sheets of colored paper with a full-color 28 page instruction book on how to make shoes, shirts, underwear, dresses, you name it!

Get it for $12.00 at Blue Ribbon General Store.

It says that it’s a perfect gift for your fashionista friend, or aspiring artist. *hint hint* =p


8 Responses to “Fashion Origami”

  1. steffi Says:

    Hi, having read few chapters of your story, I’ve come to an interesting piece of observation. Is it pure coincidence that almost all of your original characters share first name with Jane Austen’s characters from Marriane, Harriet, Frederick etc? ๐Ÿ˜€

    Btw, sorry for the late reply for your comment on my blog. I have put it on hiatus and clearly haven’t been checking the comment section. Regarding the “Interviewed by…” meme, I was sure I posted the questions for your interview there but apparently it didn’t show up. Anyhoo, it’s been sometime so I’ll just give ya a new set of questions for your interview. Happy answering C:

    Suddenly you become famous and people start adoring you. You think it’s because…..

    What is your idea of Heaven?

    If you are offered a chance to be a judge on a reality show, what show would it be?

    You are being detained in the police station. How does it happen?

    If you can bring along any one fictional character to a deserted island, who would you choose? Why?

  2. jessy Says:

    what does the hint hints? ๐Ÿ˜›

    *btw, baru taw lu ngeblog juga beib. hehehe. nambah deh listing baca2 gw. wahaha

    • Vie Says:

      the hint hints that i am a *cough* fashionista *cough* friend *cough* perfect *cough* to receive *cough* the gift *cough*. LOL

  3. steffi Says:

    ah i thought so. i actually prefer Bronte to miss austen, but I love Persuasion as much as the next girl ๐Ÿ˜€

    haha yea, u can tell i spend time wondering the answer to quest like that.

  4. Monice Ibarra Says:

    Can you please help me or show me how to do origami close and other stuff.

  5. Good post. I just found this Origami-inspired Twitter icon at Digg, which you can use on your blog if it is running WordPress.

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