How would you like to have your pup with you all the time on your desk while you’re at work? Perfectly behaved, never makes a peep, never poos on the outgoing mail? You totally can have this with a paper pup made from the book “Paper Pups” by Hiroshi Hayakawa. ; )
The little doggehs that you can make in the Paper Pups book were designed using two traditional paper craft techniques: origami and kirigami. Origami refers to folding paper and kirigami refers to cutting paper. By combining the two techniques, you get some really detailed, adorable paper critters.
For our first foray into the art of paper folding and cutting, we decided to make a paper version of our first office pup, Scout. Gotta say, it was really fun to make a paper version of Scout’s old grumpy self. ; )
You can also make more pups to have a paper menagerie! (With a teeny tiny BarkBox, of course.)
Download the Weimaraner here!