Make an origami crane

The best way to start of on your origami adventure is with the origami crane. This is also the first activity to learn with folding paper until you get more comfortable with origami. 

The origami crane motif is so common that paintings, posters, wall decals, trinket boxes, and T-shirts can be found on it. Some people also get tattoos of origami cranes to symbolize unity, and harmony

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