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Origami has been my hobby for many years. A year ago, I watched a tutorial clip on the internet that has ignited a spark. I decided to make some changes to the model in the clip that I was watching and a new origami stand for a cell phone was born. Since then, I designed and created more than one hundred and fifty models, many of whom are stands for mobile electronics for many applications and sizes. Unlike most origami models that are used for decorations, my mobile stands are designed for a utility and functionality. They must be sturdy and durable. Therefore, I use types of paper that are uncommon in origami – waterproof and tear proof synthetic paper, transparent Mylar, Tyvek and more. Still, even if made/folded with a regular paper, the stands are rather sturdy due to Mylar inserts and other methods I developed. In the coming days and weeks I will display them for sell in my Etsy shop. Concurrently, I began working on…

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  • Born on September 6
  • Joined October 26, 2011

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Mylar, Clear Lay Waterproof and tear proof durable paper, Tyvek, Craft paper, Regular paper, Cardstock paper

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Origami has been my hobby for many years. A year ago, I watched a tutorial clip on the internet that has ignited a spark. I decided to make some changes to the model in the clip that I was watching and a new origami stand for a cell phone was born. Since then, I designed and created more than one hundred and fifty models, many of whom are stands for mobile electronics for many applications and sizes. Unlike most origami models that are used for decorations, my mobile stands are designed for a utility and functionality. They must be sturdy and durable. Therefore, I use types of paper that are uncommon in origami – waterproof and tear proof synthetic paper, transparent Mylar, Tyvek and more. Still, even if made/folded with a regular paper, the stands are rather sturdy due to Mylar inserts and other methods I developed. In the coming days and weeks I will display them for sell in my Etsy shop. Concurrently, I began working on tutorial clips that will be placed in a Stand Innovations website. Though I will continue to sell finished origami products on Etsy, the website will focus on, a subscription base tutorial clips for same and other models. Each Etsy member who buys any of my models will be entitled for a free tutorial for that model. Until the website is ready the tutorial clips will be provided in YouTube in a secure method. Moreover, you will reserve the option to apply the entire purchase price of any model purchased on Etsy towards a subscription fee. For more information regarding Stand Innovations and its future plans, please visit the Stand Innovations YouTube Channel at: http://www.youtube.com/user/StandInnovations

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