On March 10th, 2017, the Great Wolf Lodge celebrated it's one year anniversary. Traditionally, the one year anniversary gift is PAPER. Therefore, the World's Largest Origami Cake was commissioned by our own Linda Mihara. The 9ft tall cake featured animals from the Pacific Northwest, and included origami wolves, bears and beavers.
News Shows and Articles The Ancient Art of Origami - The New Fillmmore - April 2017 - Read PDF "Invest In Neighborhoods" - October 2016 Newsletter - Watch Video Inviting People Into the Fold - NichiBei Times - April 1, 2016 - Read Here Animals Out of Paper: Origami Play - NichiBei Times - February 4, 2010 - Read PDF Origami, The Art - NichiBei Times - April 15, 2011 - Read PDF
High Fashion Origami Linda Mihara has designed several beautiful pieces of wearable Origami. She introduced them at the California State Fair in 2008. She has showcased wearable Origami in order to show the versatility of the art form when used in fashion. Hermes Uses Origami in their Store Windows Hermes is using Origami to decorate the windows of their stores in multiple locations. Their signature horse logo was created by Linda Mihara in various sizes to showcase Origami as a part of their window displays.
Popular Origami Figures Made from Money Folding dollar bills (or larger denominations for some people) are a fun way to leave tips and express yourself using money. Lincoln from the $5 bill wearing a baseball cap The Bull is one of Linda's favorite models. The Pig, complete with curly tail The Fox, folded from a $10 bill Baby Dragon Lincoln Eagle Money Fold Elephant Delicate Seahorse Tapir