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Origami Pine cone by FoldedWilderness Origami Pine cone by FoldedWilderness
My submission for `synconi's   Folding Challenge 

"The theme this month is BOLDLY FOLD AS YOU'VE NEVER FOLDED BEFORE."

I've decided to fold this pine cone because it is both a tessellation model and a plant, which are two things I seldom do and have never uploaded to my gallery before.

Made from a 12 inch square of paper, painted with acrylic paint before folding.
The model is a design by Beth Johnson.
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illiithin Feb 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
So cool, I'd love to have these as Christmas tree ornaments, or even wintery decor.
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KreepingSpawn Nov 6, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
That's crazy!  :D
I can imagine these making great ornaments.  ;)
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FoldedWilderness Nov 10, 2013   Artisan Crafter
Thanks and yes, they do make for a nice ornament.  :)
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:icongafantonina:
Love it so much! Maybe it's incorrect to say like that but I think this one deserved to win a challenge the most :-).
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FoldedWilderness Oct 6, 2013   Artisan Crafter
Thank you very much.
While it would have been nice to win the challenge, I think the winners were well deserving too.
I am happy that you liked mine the most though.  :hug:
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:icongafantonina:
You're welcome, be sure that your work is the best :love:!
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:iconztam:
I've seen origami flowers and leaves, but this is really original!
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FoldedWilderness Oct 6, 2013   Artisan Crafter
Thank you, it a less usual model for sure.
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:iconghost825:
it almost look real from the small thumbnail pic! this is amazing!
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FoldedWilderness Oct 6, 2013   Artisan Crafter
Thanks, I wanted it to look 'natural' so I am glad you thought it looked close to real.
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