Want to see something pretty cool that will be worth a trip out to Las Cruces, New Mexico?

If you have always enjoyed art and crafts since you were young, there is an event you will greatly appreciate now as an adult.

Some of us struggled when it came to making origami whether it was a stress reliever or a just for fun project.

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You gotta admit it sure is neat to watch someone magically fold a piece of paper into something magnificent like a flower or animal.

Usually we are used to seeing or making origami that could fit in the palm of our hands, but there are some creative artists that have made huge origami sculptures with their bare hands.

I can just imagine the struggle some of the artists faced especially after I had a hard time making a little rinky-dink piece of origami. Luckily, you will be able to check out Origami In the Garden when it comes to Las Cruces, New Mexico.

The outdoor sculpture exhibition of origami is by Jennifer, Kevin Box, and in collaboration with other artists Beth Johnson, Te Jui Fu, Michael G., LaFosse, and Robert J. Lang. Origami In the Garden has shared they will be coming to Las Cruces in May 2023 in an Instagram post they shared below.

You can get an idea of what to expect in 2023 when Origami In the Garden sets up in Las Cruces by scrolling through their Instagram. I have reached out for a specific date and location for when they come to Las Cruces and they replied saying May 2023. Granted, we barely started 2022 just recently but the way time goes by so quickly May 2023 will be here in no time.

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