9 Responses to “in the meantime”

  1. angie says:

    Look at you! I’m no good at origami at all! Corey loves it, I’m about to show him this post so as to keep him busy while I attempt to make your yummy breakfast from the other day! I’m using frozen blueberries from last summer, wish me luck.

  2. angie says:

    udate! The german pancake is awesome! I used some raspberries too! And we may have drizzled some maple syrup on top, we’re like that around here!

  3. Tracey says:

    This is great! I have always wanted to learn origami, but never have attempted it. I think I even have some pretty paper in the school/craft room. Your German pancake…yum. We had ours with just blueberries.

  4. Rachel says:

    Thanks, ladies! I’m so glad you tried it! Yum, I’m going to be making another one soon, too!

  5. Sachi says:

    Your flowers are beautiful. Origami is such an intricate art form. My dad has a great interest in Japanese culture and heritage (hence my name) so I have always been attracted to it but have never done much of it myself. I did just recently watch a pretty fascinating documentary on it called something like “The Art of the Fold.” It i worth watching if you are at all interested–fascinating subculture.

  6. Hege says:

    Wow! Beautiful lilies! I’m not very good in paper folding. I can make a paper airplane and a boat. And I remember we learned to make a cup at school, but that’s about it. I might give your lily a try 🙂

  7. MJ says:

    Wow these are wonderful!! I want to make some!! Bookmarking!! Thanks Rachel!

  8. angie says:

    Happy Mother’s Day!

  9. ABE says:

    I had to try this one…it is now 12:44 eastern time…and mine turned out looking like an octopus hahahaha….I love these directions Rachel !Well done!…I wish all origami instruction books were this clear.I will try it again tomorrow when I am not so out of it hahaha…happy Mothers Day!

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