I got two more letters today, one from Marian in Pennsylvania (she has a blog Letters and Such) and one from Marilyn in California. Marilyn has some really pretty paper toys that you can print out at her website thetoymaker.com. I've made several.Marian sent me a nice letter in a pretty envelope, and I loved the little drawings on Marilyn's!
So after staying up late one night with my sister making origami cranes, I have it memorized, and have made quite a few. They are easy to mail, too, because they fold flat. When my family and I were eating out recently, I picked up one of the paper napkin holder things and decided to try making an origami crane out of it. It was tiny, but came out good! There was a little boy and girl sitting at a table next to ours, so I gave each of them one. I made a total of 6 tiny cranes.
this website, and of course youtube has tutorials too.