Mormon Origami


More Mormon Origami
Todd Huisken

Paper airplanes are a fun place to start, but now your kids can turn simple paper into something really amazing! Continue your mastery of origami with this second collection of original designs. These simple-to-intermediate origami designs are a fun way to keep kids and teens (and even parents) entertained on the go or in your home.

You’ll love making these designs

  • An intricate pioneer dress
  • The gold plates
  • The Salt Lake Tabernacle
  • A Nephite helmet

Perfect for family home evenings, Primary lessons, or even Sunday afternoons. They’re so much fun to fold you’ll soon find reasons to make origami for everything.

Product Details
Title: More Mormon Origami
Author: Todd Husked
Pages: 96
Size: 8 x 8
Paperback: lay flat
ISBN: 9781462115099
Release Date: 10/07/2014
Price: $12.99


Mormon Origami
Todd Huisken

There are more things to make from Sunday meeting programs than airplanes and fortune tellers; now your kids can fold CTR shields, pioneer handcarts, or the Salt Lake Temple!

Mormon Origami provides 25 simple to intermediate origami designs from the Book of Mormon and Church history. These designs can be used by teachers and parents as lesson handouts or activities to help children be reverent. This unique skill will entertain and help illustrate principles as you include these gospel-oriented designs in your lessons, activities, and everyday fun!

Product Details
Title: Mormon Origami
Author: Todd Huisken
Paperback: 144 pages
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc.
Imprint: CFI
Release Date: 11/08/2013
ISBN: 978-1462113392
Price: $12.99
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4 thoughts on “Mormon Origami

  1. Jess

    I love this book! It’s always fun to put a LDS spin on things, and so this was the perfect Christmas gift to me since my recent obsession with origami. There is a little mistake that I would like to point out for your own benefit, it is simply that on the Nephite Temple, the pictures for steps 4 and 5 were somehow accidentally switched, which can make building it somewhat confusing. Once again, not a big deal, I just thought you might like to know. Also, I just wanted to suggest the idea of making this book available as an app, possibly on Google Play, and putting a code in your book so that those who have already purchased it do not have to so it again. Just a suggestion, as it could make things much easier (more accessible) for some people. Once again, I love your book, and do not mean to crtisize by this comment, merely throw out ideas for improvement on an already great book!

  2. Linda Thomas

    Wow, I could not believe my eyes when I saw this, how cool! I have sat around with my many grandchildren doing origami with them, having fun, never knowing that we could be making other designs closer to our hearts. How fun it would be to help them make an origami card with them, with a dress shirt, and we would put a missionary tag on it, with their brother’s name and send it to him on his mission. That would surely please him and get a big response with his companion!

    I hope to purchase this soon! Linda Thomas

  3. JoAnn Toronto

    I got this book for my kids and they love it, but are having a hard time with some of the level 2 and level 3 projects. I noticed you have a video for the shield. I was wondering if you would be interested in somehow doing more of those and making them available for those that buy the book, a go to the site and get the digital down load, or enter a code something. the visual is just so much more helpful. I am not sure if that would make it a lot harder protecting your ideas though. My kids love origami and are very excited and loving this book, just though it would be nice to have more visual element to help them learn.


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