June 6th, 2015
We recently worked with our engineer to design a new model for the Large Origami / Tissue Paper Storage Rack! This rack is a slim solution that you can put behind doors or on a wall. You can hang large sheets of paper on it with widths up to 29.5″. We made this with solid wood, and allowed the rods to be removable to allow for quick storing and removal of paper!
This product has been purchased by art enthusiasts, origami folders, retail stores, and event staff.
Check out two of our testimonials below:
Rockin Rack for Tissue Paper
Posted by stacy ross on 5th Mar 2015
I searched for better part of 2 days for a way to store tissue paper more efficiently, including trips to Lowe’s, conversations with Container Store salesman, but no one had a solution for me. Then I discovered you online by searching “tissue paper rack” for several hours. I could hardly wait to get this device installed. I had all of my paper counted out and all 16 rods designated and waiting on the guest bed. My small room could not handle anything free standing because its tiny size. This rack is situated behind the door and makes me happy whenever I go in there!
Best rack out there for small spaces
Posted by Ruth on 15th Sep 2013
I bought this rack after looking for a way to store my large tissue wrapping paper in my tiny apartment. Compared to some of the other paper storage racks out there, this one is by far far far the most simple and space economical design I’ve seen. I love how close it hugs the wall and I even keep it mounted in my living room because I think it looks really pretty too :p … especially when loaded with nice looking paper.
October 2nd, 2014
OrigaMIT will be holding its 4th annual origami convention on Saturday, Nov. 8th, 2014! This convention is open to everyone and is a great opportunity to attend class and lectures on how to fold specific origami models, purchase origami paper and books, and attend a high quality origami convention. Better yet, the cost is super affordable at just $20 ($15 if you are an MIT student).
For more details, visit http://origamit.scripts.mit.edu/conv14.php
September 30th, 2014
The Origami Society of Toronto just announced a new Box Workshop where you can learn how to make a variety of boxes. Handy for regular storage, great for gifts.
Date: Saturday, November 29, 2014, 2-4 pm
Location: Toronto Public Library, Northern District Branch
40 Orchard View Boulevard (1 block north of Yonge & Eglinton)
Instructor: Margaret Tsui
Visit http://origamitoronto.org/2014/box-workshop-northern-district/ for more details
May 1st, 2014
For those of you living in the Toronto area, we have just been notified that the Origami Society of Toronto is doing a workshop for adults and children! This is the first public workshop they’re doing for 2014 and it will feature models derived from the helmet and fish bases.
The workshop is happening on Saturday, May 24, 2014 from 2-4 pm.
Toronto Public Library, Northern District Branch
40 Orchard View Boulevard
(1 block north of Yonge & Eglinton)
Toronto Ontario M4R 1B9
The event is intended for beginners and is best suited to adults and children over age 10. The program draws on the Society’s broad collective knowledge of origami resources and best practices for teaching beginners and includes little-known models by local designers, as well as better-known and traditional ones.
Instructor: Robin Matsumoto.
Admission: Web registration required. Visit origamitoronto.org.
Origami Society of Toronto was founded in 1986 as a club for advanced folders and enthusiasts. Like origami itself, the Society has been affected profoundly and positively by world-wide technological and social changes. Today, the Society continues to evolve while remaining true to its mandate to promote the appreciation and practice of origami in the Greater Toronto Area.