Author(s): Steve Biddle
Make fun and simple paper craft projects and them use them to perform magic tricks with this easy origami kit. Presto! Before your eyes you have the "Origami Magic Kit"! But don't wait too long, it may just disappear. Inspired by world famous magician and paper folder, Harry Houdini, the "Origami Magic Kit" will demystify the hidden secrets of paper folding and teach you how to become a master of impossible illusion, amazing tricks and perplexing puzzles. Prepare to astound your friends and family in no time at all as you perform stunts like Houdini himself all through the magic of origami! Use it to craft eye-catching origami for your friends, to beautify your home or as a wonderful gift for paper craft lovers. All of the folds are simple enough to be origami-for-kids projects and are a great way to learn origami. None of the projects require paint or glue so just grab some origami paper and start folding right away! This origami kit includes: 80 page, full-color origami booklet Step-by-step instructions Colorful diagrams and pictures Paper folding guide and tips 17 easy origami projects 60 quality origami papers DVD with expert folding lessonsThis exciting book is packed with paper folds to create mystifying puzzles, amazing tricks and fantastic illusions. Origami projects Include: Zig-Zag Alien Magic Tipper The Magic Wallet Inside-Out Puzzle Lucky Stars And many more "
Steve Biddle is an author, entertainer and origami expert. He is a member of the most famous magical society in the world, The Magic Circle, holding the degree of Associate of The Inner Magic Circle with Silver Star. Megumi Biddle is a graphic artist, designer and illustrator with a long-standing interest in papercrafts and doll-making. She is also a highly skilled silhouette artist and has cut out the profiles of many well-known celebrities. Steve and Megumi have performed their "Paper Magic" act across the world, having performed in Europe, Australia, the United States and Japan. They are the authors of "Origami Inspired by Japanese Prints from the Metropolitan Museum of Art."