The Halloween Giveaway Winner is…

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The Origami for Halloween Giveaway Competition

The Giveaway Competition for a signed copy of Origami for Halloween is over and the winner, picked at random by Anisa of Two Traveling Texans is….

Martina Dunne – at least, I think that’s what your name is from the email address!

Congratulations Martina! I will contact Stephane Gigandet and make sure he gets you your e-book.

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How everyone else can get a copy of Origami for Halloween

If you entered the Halloween Giveaway Competition and didn’t win, you can still get hold of a copy of Origami for Halloween from Amazon here. You might also like to take a look at Stephane Gigandet’s website –

Other Halloween Origami Designs You Might Like

I have written about a few other Halloween Origami projects, so if you are looking for something a bit spooky why not try:

Origami Witch

Origami Jack-o-Lantern

Origami Skeleton Hands

Origami Skull

Thanks for entering the Origami for Halloween Giveaway Competition. I will be running more of these in the future, so be sure to sign up for my email newsletter.

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Russell has been folding origami since he was 8 years old and has recently written the book, Origami Made Simple. He is on the Council for the British Origami Society and a member of OrigamiUSA. When he is not folding, he enjoys photography and traveling.

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