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Kirigami is folding and cutting a piece of paper to get a snowflake (or other shape). Origami is folding a piece of paper to make a shape.
The word Kirigami is Japanese; Kiru means "to cut" and gami means "paper.". The word Origami is Japanese; oru means "to fold", and gami means "paper."
Get back to the basics in education of paper folding with these easy and fun patterns specially made for children. Celebrate May Day, Easter, Christmas or any holiday with these elementary envelope folding designs. Children can learn basic math principles which have been used for thousands of years to create their very own envelopes for party invitations or to send letters and cards to friends.
Ordinary sheets of paper can be folded and cut into ships, animals, and flowers. Great, educational fun for children. All you need to get started is a pair of scissors, a piece of paper, a Scissor Craft pattern, a few quick folds, and voilà you've got an envelope, a basket or an elephant!