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Origami: decoration with tsuru | paper crane

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I love to decorate with tsurus, the most beautiful of all Japanese origami designs, due to the low cost and the beautiful effects that we can achieve with it. I've been folding so many tsurus that I can't even remember the numbers. From interior design to a wedding or corporate event, everything is possible with our paper cranes!

Before getting inspired by our amazing pictures, let's understand a bit more about this art. According to with a Japanese legend if you make more than 1000 tsurus our dreams will come true, meaning, besides its beauty this origami represents persistence and patience. Trought many years brilliant and inspiring stories are being built around tsurus, one of them from Sadako Sasaki, a victim of the atomic bomb exploded in Hiroshima. The little girl Sadako folded several tsurus while she was in the hospital after the explosion, creating hope through showing her determination for millions of people. If you would like to learn more about Sadako I strongly encourage you to read the novel Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes written by  Eleanor Coerr.

Origami: decoration with tsuru | paper crane
This is a tsuru mobile that I created by Papel com Clips for a wedding in Campinas - São Paulo

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