Recently a friend gifted me with a bulk set of 3 inch Chiyogami floral prints. Really cute stuff but I was struggling to come up with the right application for them. At 3 inches square, there is not much paper to work with and your options narrow. The other constraint I had was with the variety. While there were hundreds of sheets, only 12 were alike and that made using the same pattern for one model a tough thing to do. That however, was my vision.
Despite these challenges, I was able to pair the papers with this awesome polyhedron made from 20 equilateral triangles. They are just shy of 3 inches in diameter each, about the size of a tennis ball, good for juggling I’d imagine. I’d like to make a grip of these over time so they keep amassing in number like tribbles, slowly growing out of control.