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It is said that anyone who folds a thousand cranes will be granted a wish by a crane. Fold 1000 Origami Paper Cranes Kit is inspired by the story of Sadako Sasaki, a Japanese girl who contracted leukemia as a result of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima during World War II. Sadako started folding cranes hoping she would have a chance to regain her health but sadly passed away at the age of twelve. However, her struggle inspired people from all over the world to strive for peace. Today, the folding of one thousand cranes is a symbol of hope and peace for mankind.

Kit contains:

  • 1,020 sheets of 3" square Origami paper; 51 sheets each of 20 brilliant colors

  • 1 strong string for hanging measuring 197 feet

  • 30 beads

  • Instructions for folding, stringing and hanging

The ideal project for weddings, anniversaries, get well gift, school projects, birthdays, baby showers, graduations or any festive occasion.

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