Dana Hinders is a freelance writer who has published several articles on origami as well as scrapbooking, card making, and other paper crafts.
Dana first became interested in origami as a way to create low cost embellishments for her scrapbook layouts. This led to creating origami greeting cards, envelopes, gift boxes, and holiday decorations. Now, as the mother of an active elementary school student, Dana enjoys using origami for kids to keep her son entertained while reinforcing key mathematics lessons.
Dana earned her bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication from The University of Iowa.
The beauty of origami lies in its transformative nature. With a few folds, you can turn an ordinary piece of paper into something truly extraordinary. Origami enthusiasts are artists, sculptors, scientists, engineers, and choreographers using their skills to bring beauty to the most mundane aspects of our lives.