RP39 on an origami flowerbed

Rather than buying flowers, why not put in more effort and make our own flowers for RP? And so we began our journey on using as much DIY as possible in creating an origami flowerbed for RP's 39th birthday! Click/Tap on each image to see more details on how we individualized the flowerbed for RP.
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Wires left from 2012 D competition was our inspiration for the flowerbed fence.

Wires left from 2012 D competition was our inspiration for the flowerbed fence.

One square of paper cut into quarters.  Each quarter to transform into a tulip.  12 steps to create one origami tulip.  Many tulips to create "39" on the flowerbed.

One square of paper cut into quarters. Each quarter to transform into a tulip. 12 steps to create one origami tulip. Many tulips to create "39" on the flowerbed.

A square of paper transformed into a swirl of paper rose.  Flipping through old magazines to get that bit of green to make more swirls of roses.

A square of paper transformed into a swirl of paper rose. Flipping through old magazines to get that bit of green to make more swirls of roses.

What you don't see: The flowerbed is weighed down by old magazines topped with a layer of household sponge to pin our origami flowers.

What you don't see: The flowerbed is weighed down by old magazines topped with a layer of household sponge to pin our origami flowers.

What has an old course book got to do with the signboard? Ask us!

What has an old course book got to do with the signboard? Ask us!

What do you see? Is it the final product? Stay tuned!

What do you see? Is it the final product? Stay tuned!

Piecing it together here, there, everywhere!

Piecing it together here, there, everywhere!

Gold paint we found in the cupboard covered the wordings on the wooden board. Small fluffs of balls created the word RP.

Gold paint we found in the cupboard covered the wordings on the wooden board. Small fluffs of balls created the word RP.


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