July 27, 2006

Don’t buy from toytogo – opane is better!

After two issues with ToyToGo and none from “Opane”:http://www.opane.com, I have to recommend them instead!
Opane has the same paper, same variety (they even have Hello Kitty stuff like TTG), same prices and better shipping, you can’t lose.

Still not convinced? Try both of them, and leave me a comment. I’m always looking for new paper sources, so give a shout out to anyone you know selling this great stuff!

Still not sure how to make a star? “Watch me making one”:http://www.foldastar.com/video-of-how-to-make-an-origami-star/ and you should be well on your way.

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20 responses to "Don’t buy from toytogo – opane is better!"

  1. # Beccy commented on August 1st, 2006:

    Do you know any good suppliers that deliver to the UK/ Europe?

  2. # Carley commented on August 21st, 2006:

    I love Opane, and I won’t do business with anyone else… which is why I recommended them to you. Isn’t their shipping quick? They have a special Friday coupon deal, too, which is totally nice… =D

  3. # Kimberly commented on November 19th, 2006:

    TOOT! TOOT! Have you checked out our web site, http://www.kimscrane.com ?

  4. # Jennifer commented on December 8th, 2006:

    i live in windsor, canada and star paper strips are not sold at all in my area. i am interested in ordering some packages off of Opane, do you know what thier shipping costs to windsor, canada would be? or if they conbine shipping?

  5. # Daniela commented on January 31st, 2007:

    I have a question for you: what kind of paper is used for that? I live in Argentina and I can’t possibly buy that paper from Opane ’cause it would cost me three times what it actually costs plus the shipping cost; but if I can get the name of the paper, then I can see if it’s available here. And thanks for the video, it was very clear and helpful.

  6. # kastner commented on January 31st, 2007:

    I use paper from http://www.jongienara.co.kr – That’s who opane (and others) carry. It comes from korea. And it’s billed as “star paper” Hope that helps!

  7. # nynke commented on June 20th, 2007:

    i live in holland, so my question is, do they deliver in europe, holland? because you can’t buy the starpaper here =(

  8. # mario commented on June 29th, 2007:

    are there any stores that sell the paper?

  9. # nynke commented on July 6th, 2007:

    I’ve been looking around, but nobody knows it…

  10. # Linh commented on July 11th, 2007:

    ive seen paper sold at a store called “vivid cherry” but thats it, and it wasnt like a wide variety or anything.

    does anyone know where i can get order hello kitty paper?? need answer ASAPPPP, plz and thank you!!

  11. # Joke Meijer commented on October 16th, 2007:

    We started our web-shop on 01-04-2007, and we import our origami paper mainly from Kore and Japan.

    We still growing and iff you like to have special items such as lucky star paper, we can put this on our next order.

    Please give me your comments via our website:www.jorigami.nl

  12. # Kitten commented on November 19th, 2007:

    Opane and Toystogo are the same company, same biling address, same shipping info…..


  13. # Minou commented on May 4th, 2008:

    I’m so sad, Opane charges 15$ to ship 3 packages of stars to Quebec, Canada :(

  14. # Minou commented on May 4th, 2008:

    I meant star paper, sorry!

  15. # Sparkle commented on December 3rd, 2008:

    Can we use gift wrappers or paper or construction paper because i dont have star paper where i live!

  16. # Kim commented on January 6th, 2009:

    I’m detashing all of my lucky stars folding paper, $1.50/pkg, free shipping on order of 15pkg or more to anywhere in the world. Contact me if you dont want to go through Etsy, because you have to register with them to make purchase even though registration is free.

  17. # Kim commented on January 6th, 2009:

    My website is http://www.onceuponawishingstar.etsy.com

  18. # angelica lopez v. commented on November 13th, 2009:

    name we is my your

  19. # angelica lopez v. commented on November 13th, 2009:

    amiga eres la mejor y por que te fuiste se arruino todo cuando te fuiste dame lainformacion de los recursos no renobales

  20. # tirsden commented on December 17th, 2010:

    I just did three teeny stars and one even smaller out of wrapping paper. This should be doable with any kind of paper. I used a ruler and made 3/8 inch (1cm) strips, the bitty one being from 1/4 inch (6mm) strip. I actually like the result on the smallest one best, though it was fiddlier. ^_^

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