DIY Baby Name Room Decoration
You will need:


  1. Paint letters with acrylic color paint using Silverado brush
  2. Cut the sheets of origami paper to size to fit the letters, giving enough space to wrap around the edges and corners of the letters.
  3. Use Nori Paste to paste the origami sheets to the MDF letters.
    Pro tips:
    - You can use your fingers to scoop out the paste and spread it on the letters, and you can water it down to get a wetter consistency if needed!
    - Nori Paste dries slowly, so you can take your time to reposition and smooth out the paper to get the result you want. 
    - Nori Paste can also be reconstituted with water, so you can simply wet to move the paper again if you don't like how it has dried.
  4. Let the Nori Paste dry.
  5. Give your project a protective finish with a water-based finishing spray.


Display your work somewhere everyone can enjoy it!

June 16, 2020 — Yasutomo American KUSA Corporation



Yasutomo said:

Hi Donna! You’re right, thank you for pointing out the mistakes in this blog post. We have made some changes to the above post and are committed to doing better in the future. We appreciate you taking the time to bring this to our attention!

The origami face mask does indeed use the 12″ × 18″ sheet found in our 6JM paper pad. The original creator of the design used paper towel sheets, as can be seen here: We found that the pattern could be replicated with our 6JM paper and wanted to share (here’s the link to our video on YouTube: Hope this helps. Thanks again!

Donna Barnes-Roberts

Donna Barnes-Roberts said:

Um, come on guys, you need to check your website. Where is the step of applying the origami paper? You guys should be pros. There are other mistakes and just poor information all around. I am a fan of many of your products, but this doesn’t help. By the way, I DID love the origami face mask. But is the quoted size correct, did you use your rice paper which comes in a different size?

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