Identify the most common types of origami folds and base forms so you can start creating your own origami works of art.
Dana Hinders has been a full-time freelance writer since shortly after earning her B.A. in journalism from the University of Iowa in 2003. She is currently the About.com Origami site expert and has had origami projects for children published in Kids Crafts 1-2-3 magazine. Learn more about Dana by visiting her portfolio website.
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