Kawaii Origami Book Giveaway – CLOSED

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It’s been ages since we had a giveaway! This one’s for everyone who loves origami or trying new kawaii crafts.

Kawaii Origami Book Giveaway

One lucky winner will receive a signed print copy of Kawaii Origami by Chrissy Pushkin of Paper Kawaii. It includes 25 kawaii origami projects with step-by-step instructions and 50 sheets of adorable origami paper.

Kawaii Origami Book

Here’s a look at some of the cute projects and there are simpler items too for beginners. You can read Natasja’s review for a better idea of what the book is like.

How to enter

To enter the giveaway, visit Paper Kawaii on YouTube and then leave a comment on this blog post telling us What would you like Paper Kawaii to make next in origami, and why?

Then use the Rafflecopter widget below to register your entry and open up more chances to win. Confused by Rafflecopter? Here’s a great guide.


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The giveaway closes on Tuesday 3rd December at 10pm GMT and we’ll announce the winner on the blog the following morning. Good luck!

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21 responses

  1. Annabelle Dsouza avatar
    Annabelle Dsouza

    I would love to see Paper Kawaii explore mini origami dollhouse furniture!! I am a huge fan of dollhouse DIYs, and it would be awesome to see my love for tiny dollhouses and origami come together! :)

  2. KM avatar

    I would love to see cultural stuff!

  3. Pauleen Potter avatar
    Pauleen Potter

    I saw on Paper Kawaii’s YouTube channel 2 Sailor Moon projects and it happens that I love Sailor Moon, so it would be fantastic to see more tutorials inspired by this anime series. Perhaps make one of the wands or transformation brooches ^_^

  4. Kerstin P. avatar
    Kerstin P.

    I would like to see more origami of animals or Pokémon.

  5. Milena Toyota Bento avatar
    Milena Toyota Bento

    There are so many things that I would love to see… like a cute Darth Vader or Bananya, that kitty who lives in a banana or even Pokemon stuff, Rilakkuma or new tipes of food like french fries. And it would be awesome some Marvel origami. OMGG Does exist any spider man’s origami???

  6. MelodyJ avatar

    I would like to see clothes. Mix and match outfits,

  7. Melissa L. avatar
    Melissa L.

    I’d like to see them make Nintendo characters. Too cute!

  8. Abby J avatar
    Abby J

    Oh my gosh! They’re all so amazing! I wish I had that sort of talent! <3 I'd love to see more Pokémon like Bulbasaur and Chikorita! And more food because those ice creams are amazing!

  9. Shar Star avatar
    Shar Star

    I have a office and I would love to show the office what kawaii paper cranes are all about!

  10. Shar Star avatar
    Shar Star

    I have a office and I would love to show the office what kawaii paper cranes are all about! I would love this!

  11. Linda avatar

    Can we choose extinct animals? I really like the silhouette of the dodo bird.

  12. Mandy H. avatar
    Mandy H.

    Would love to see the pokemon Snorlax or Jigglypuff as an origami :)

  13. Jessica avatar

    I think there needs to be more origami Pusheen in the world. Love all the origami you have on the channel, such a beautiful and colourful selection :-)

  14. Tamara de Waal-Magdelijns avatar
    Tamara de Waal-Magdelijns

    I would be so happy if I won and receive a copy of this book!! <3 Love your work! I would love to see a nativity scene of origami!

  15. Brianna L avatar
    Brianna L

    I would like patterns for origami ornaments to hang on my tree.

  16. KIMBERLEE avatar

    Lucky hearts! Or the honeycomb box

  17. Angela Albers avatar
    Angela Albers

    I would like Paper Kawaii to make new toys and origami that moves. I love to play with origami with my grandchildren, and I find that people with no origami experience, no matter their age, find it fun and easy to relate to origami if it “does something.” (Usually followed by the question, “How did you do that?!”)

  18. Michelle Carter avatar
    Michelle Carter

    I’m now a fan. These origami tutorials are amazing~ I’d love to see a cute dragon in origami as they’re my favorite mythical creatures.

  19. Piriya Jumnong avatar
    Piriya Jumnong

    I have subscribed to your YouTube channel + Facebook page along with many others. I’d love to see something that will make you stand out. Some aboriginal designs and plants of Australia. Things that show us more of the culture and spirit of you, not the Japanese. Thank you for your hard work and I hope your book sells well!

  20. Cassandra D avatar
    Cassandra D

    A succulent plant, because I can add it to my garden.

  21. Joanne Lewis avatar
    Joanne Lewis

    I’ve been following for a while and love your projects and tutorials.
    I would like to see a cat origami tutorial – if you have already done one I’ll have to find it!
    Thank you!

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