Techniques - Iris Folding


 

 

 

 

Iris folding, technique originated in Holland, has nothing to do with Origami, and it does not necessarily involve any kind of folding, in spite of the name.

The word "Iris" is due to the final job effect, which remembers the iris of an eye, or of a camera. Iris folding, technique originated in Holland, has nothing to do with Origami, and it does not necessarily involve any kind of folding, in spite of the name.

In this technique, strips of colored paper are layered upon each other, in a spiral pattern, similar to an iris. Some, use to fold the paper in strips before starting the job. Iris folding, technique originated in Holland, has nothing to do with Origami, and it does not necessarily involve any kind of folding, in spite of the name.

It is a easy technique, and the effects are wonderful
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