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Originally, origami was always folded with a colorful type of Japanese paper called chiyogami. During the early days of origami, the craft itself was actually referred to by this name as well. Even today, chiyogami can be seen in souvenir shops in Japan.
Since ancient times, the Japanese have viewed the crane as a symbol of long life and good fortune. Nowadays, when people refer to "a thousand origami cranes," they generally really mean a thousand. But in the past, the phrase "a thousand origami cranes" referred to a large number of paper cranes. The number did not have to be exactly 1,000.
I love this Paper Star Wreath – my 10yrs old neighbour taught me how to make this Origami Star, which doubles up nicely as a wreath too. Make it in any colour combination and it looks simply wonderful!
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