Bubu Double Sided Color Origami Paper, 200-Sheets

Last updated date: February 18, 2020

DWYM Score
9.0

Bubu Double Sided Color Origami Paper, 200-Sheets

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Overall Take

The Bubu Double Sided Origami Paper, 200-Sheets are AZO-free and have no unpleasant odors. They are safe to use at home or in the classroom. Each set offers sheets that hold a crease wonderfully. They won't wrinkle or tear and even come with 20 bright color options. In our analysis of 11 expert reviews, the Bubu Bubu Double Sided Origami Paper, 200-Sheets placed 3rd when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

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Expert Summarized Score
9.7
1 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
9.0
818 user reviews
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From The Manufacturer

Origami Paper Double Sided Color - 200 Sheets - 20 Colors - 6 Inch Square Easy Fold Paper for Beginner. -Great Color Selection with More Colors Than Other Similar Sized Origami Paper Packs -20 Vibrant and Vivid Colors -Won’t Tear Easily -Strong Paper -Perfect Size 6” x 6” (15 cm x 15 cm) -Won’t Curl at Edges -Holds a Crease -Same Color on Both Sides.

Overall Product Rankings

Kool Krafts Origami Paper Kit, 300-Sheets
1. Kool Krafts Origami Paper Kit, 300-Sheets
Overall Score: 9.3
Expert Reviews: 1
Origami Craze Origami Paper, 500-Sheets
2. Origami Craze Origami Paper, 500-Sheets
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 2
Bubu Double Sided Color Origami Paper, 200-Sheets
3. Bubu Double Sided Color Origami Paper, 200-Sheets
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 1
MozArt Supplies Origami Paper Set, 120-Sheets
4. MozArt Supplies Origami Paper Set, 120-Sheets
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 1
Gamenote Kids Double Sided Origami Papers, 118-Sheets
6. Gamenote Kids Double Sided Origami Papers, 118-Sheets
Overall Score: 8.7
Expert Reviews: 2
DOURA Economy Pack Origami Paper, 750-Sheets
7. DOURA Economy Pack Origami Paper, 750-Sheets
Overall Score: 8.3
Expert Reviews: 2

An Overview On Origami Papers

If you’re searching for a fun hobby that the whole family can participate in on a quiet Sunday afternoon, consider giving origami a try. Origami is a Japanese art that is very inexpensive, so it won’t put a dent in your activities budget.

Beginners will want to start off with an origami paper kit that features solid colors only. After you’ve successfully made a few figures, you can move on to paper that is double-sided. For example, the sheet may have light blue on one side and dark blue on the other. More experienced origami artists may wish to switch to paper that is decorated with patterns or shapes.

Origami paper sets are sold in small and large packs. An individual may find a pack of 120 or 200 sheets is plenty, however, a family working on a few origami projects together would do better with a pack with either 300 or 500 sheets.

Once you know the type of paper you’re looking for and how many sheets are best, you need to review the quality of the paper itself. Typical writing paper, for example, is too thin and will rip when you try to create with it. You’ll need a thicker paper that will hold a crisp fold without tearing. Also, make sure that the paper is AZO-free and without any unpleasant odors.

Check to see if the kit includes a booklet or a download with instructions on creating a few origami figures. This will eliminate the need to purchase a separate book, as well as give you the opportunity to get started right away.

DWYM Fun Fact

No one knows the exact date or inventor of origami, but there is evidence that the Japanese were the first to use paper, which was invented by the Chinese in 105 AD, to create art. The term “Origami,” however, has only been used since 1880. It refers to the folding of paper to make different shapes and figures. Today, origami is popular all around the world.

Here’s a little origami fun fact for you: In the Guinness Book of World Records, you’ll find the largest origami paper crane. It took 800 people to create in Japan in 2009 and it has a wingspan of over 268 feet!

The Origami Paper Buying Guide

  • Consider opting for a set of origami paper that comes with a satisfaction guarantee. That way if there are any problems with your order, you’ll be able to request a replacement or a refund.
  • When creating origami figures, it’s a good idea to run your fingernail across each crease. This keeps your creases neat and sharp.
  • Beginners should stick with origami projects that have 10 or fewer steps. Once those projects are mastered, you can move on to more difficult models.
  • While there are plenty of origami books on the market to help you get started, Pinterest and YouTube also have excellent pointers and tips for adults and children new to the hobby.
  • There are two things you want to consider when comparing the price of origami paper. The first is the number of sheets you get in each set. For example, you’ll naturally pay more for the Origami Craze Origami Paper, 500-Sheets than the Bubu Double Sided Origami Paper, 200-Sheets, as you get 300 additional sheets of paper. Second, you’ll need to look at whether the sheets are plain colored or decorated with a design. The MozArt Supplies Origami Paper Set, 120-Sheets turns out to be more per sheet than the Kool Krafts Origami Paper Kit, 300-Sheets because it has 40 different patterns to choose from.