This Easter, let us not forget that it is not about fluffy bunnies and chocolate eggs, but about what Jesus did for us. Happy Easter, dear readers
Well, I have been wondering what to fold this Easter and decided to redo Jared Needle’s origami cross. It is a beautiful origami to fold and the more I have folded this cross, the more I enjoy it! There are quite a few sinks, both open and closed sinks. Initially the closed sink was a challenge but now I find it pretty easy. And I do like the way the cross is completed. All unnecessary folds are beautifully concealed, both in the front and at the back.
I am sure you are wondering why I have folded so many of crosses. Our BSF classes, for this year, are coming to a close. We are nearly at the end of Genesis (We have been studying Genesis this year) and should be done in a couple more classes I think. I understand that when we return for the next year (when we will be studying Matthew), we might not be in the same group as this year. So I thought it would be a nice idea to fold this cross, so we can remember our group And it makes a handy bookmark, to it might turn out to be a useful addition to the Bible too! I am still not done folding crosses. I need at least 15 and have about 3 more to go.
Creator: Jared Needle
Website: Origami Weekly
Classification: Origami | Crosses
Difficulty Level: High Intermediate
Paper Ratio: Square
Paper size: 6 inches
Model size: 4.5 inches tall and 4 inches across
Instructions: Origami Weekly
Wow! love the vibrant colours.. Like it so much ..Very thoughtful as well .
My BSF group appreciated it too..