Spent the last week working on some new origami models; a tom turkey and a dove made out of a round paper doily. I folded these, plus some spirals, to donate to my mom's Red Hat's craft booth this weekend at the Corley Ranch pumpkin patch. Unfortunately she decided at the last minute not to go, so I'm undecided what I'll do with these--either incorporate them into my 'Found Origami' project or I'll use the doves & spirals as package toppers at Christmas.
The turkeys are pretty cute, I used papers in fall colors.
I didn't make any real changes to these, just made sure to round out the tail a bit to make them more three dimensional.
Some spirals, large and small...
the doves, which I really like. The only doillies I could find were
some cheap ones that weren't very lacey, but I like these so much I'll
for sure be looking for better doillies to make more. The only change I
made here was to flare outward & fluff the wings & tails so the
doves looked a little more 'in flight' and realistic.
These are standing on their tails for the photo but are strung and ready to hang, I think they'd look nice on a Christmas tree!