Synopses & Reviews
Every desk in the world is littered with them; we use them up without even thinking about it. Like elastic bands and paperclips, the desk note is ubiquitous. This unique book shows you how to reach out during those dull moments at work, during an interminable phone call, or boring meeting, peel one off and craft something beautiful. Specially devised by David Mitchell, expert and innovative origamist, these fun designs are easy to make and attractive. Within a short space of time you'll be able to fold complicated-looking origami from simple desk notes, delighting and impressing your co-workers. Including 3-D animals, posies that can be used to attach messages, geometric designs, and much more, the 20 projects are shown in clear step-by-step diagrams with photography of the finished piece to show what it should look like. Each has been designed to make use of the sticky part of the note. With Sticky Note Origami to hand you need never be bored at work again.
It's clever, it's creative, and most of all, it's fun: super origami made with those stick-it desk notes found on every desk. These projects make work just a little more entertaining.
Everyone has them in the office and even at home: ordinary pads of sticky notes in a range of colors and sizes. With the help of innovative origami expert David Mitchell, they can quickly become attractive paper sculptures. All it takes is a few minutes to finish off something beautiful during an interminable phone call or while waiting for a meeting to begin. Each of the 20 projects-including 3-D animals, posies to put on a message, and geometric designs-feature detailed diagrams and a color photo of the completed piece. And every item was especially created to take advantage of the paper's sticky end. It's the sure-fire antidote to those boring moments on the job.