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  • Jessi Scheftic

    Freya wakes one day to the rustling of wings. She opens her eyes and floating all around her on strings are origami white paper birds. She smiles softly, knowing exactly who put them there. He always came through for her birthday.

  • Rachel Donovan

    some days, all i do is make paper cranes. no joke.

  • Dish Imerex

    Japanese legend has it that anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish such as long life, or a thousand years of good luck. The crane, in Asia, is one of many mystical symbols, that is said to live for thousands of years. World wide, the crane has come to be recognized as a symbol for peace. But you don't have to fold them yourself! Often a folder will give the thousand cranes as a wedding gift, wishing the couple a thousand years of happiness and prosperity!

  • Antonia Turnier

    Someone once told me that when Japanese people get married it's customary to make a (certain large amount I can't remember exactly) of origami paper cranes. I think it's a beautiful tradition with a beautiful result. I wish I had the patience to do it just because.

  • Rachel Woolard

    white origami cranes

  • Evelina Green

    Origami Crane Decoration...

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