Toilet Paper Origami

15 Nov

All my friends are headed for Japan in the next few months, mostly to ski and indulge in some good ol’ consumerism. I have also dropped some very not subtle hints about Rilakkuma. If your brain goes “Wtf is Rilakkuma? How do you even pronounce that?” Clearly, you’re missing out.

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Aww aww awww. Bonjour Mademoiselle!


A reversible tote!

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A HAT!!!! (Ignore that condom in her mouth…)

Anyway Rilakkuma aside, the Japanese are also wonderful origami artists. You know a bathroom’s been cleaned recently when the toilet paper has a little triangle folded at the end of it right? How about TOILET PAPER ORIGAMI?!


Sakrua


I especially love the Hina Matsuri dolls!

Some of them come with instructions, such as Mt. Fuji.


Seems easy enough…

But why aren’t there instructions for the usagi?! 😦

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2 Responses to “Toilet Paper Origami”

  1. stephanie November 15, 2010 at 9:51 am #

    ! How great is that duck? I’m bringing you back that.

    • Emily C. November 19, 2010 at 5:14 pm #

      Didn’t realise that my alignment’s all wrong on my page. Need to fix that.

      That little chicky.. his name, Kiiroitori!

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