Beautiful baby booty frames by Threefold

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A nursery can have all the cutest furnishings, but until it has that something special it just doesn’t feel complete. Threefold makes original framed origami baby booties that instantly personalise any baby or child’s room. The delicate detail that goes into these handmade art works is impressive.

Threefold’s owner Carla Bianchi is an interior designer with a passion for paper and textile creations. She is inspired by Japanese architect Tadao Ando, Danish paper artist Peter Callesen and British sculptor and installation artist Antony Gormley. Carla sources all of the divine paper she uses for her origami products from Japan.

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The booties are framed in a white shadowbox with baby’s name beautifully written underneath.  Chose from eight designs and colours including the funky turquoise check or the more traditional pink or blue check.  Size-wise, the frames measure 230mm x 230mm x 45mm. Simple and elegant – just like origami itself – these personalised frames are easily matched with any colour scheme. At $39, they make a unique gift or an affordable way to add that special touch to your baby’s nursery.

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Threefold also stocks a range of gorgeous origami cards, flower bunches, rosettes, hanging mobiles and Christmas decorations. If you live in Toowoomba, check out the Threefold website for local market dates. Otherwise, shop online. Shipping available anywhere in Australia and to international locations.

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