Jewish origami: isn't that an awkward mix of cultures? It doesn't matter because there is a large proportion of people who enjoy folding paper into Jewish-themed object. It may be because origami is fun for children of all nations. Yes, you can fold a menorah out of a square piece of paper! Particularly popular are dreidels and the Star of David.
Unfortunately, there are very few online instruction on how to make this type of origami. Below is a list of various paper craft, some involve cutting and glue. There are 3 books dedicated to Jewish origami.
Jewish Origami by Florence Temko (book review)
Jewish Origami II by Florence Temko
Jewish Holiday Origami by Joel Stern (book review)
see these books in: USA, Canada, UK, Germany, France
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