Creative JELL-O Origami by My Jello Americans

By: Harris Jay Rosenberg Alterman - Published: Jan 20, 2012 • References: myjelloamericans.blogspot & buzzfeed
If folding paper into little cranes wasn't hard enough, My Jello Americans is creating origami with JELL-O.

They begin by mixing up some gelatin with water and food coloring, then letting it microwave for 30 seconds. After it's done brewing the gelatin sauce is painted onto wax paper which lies on top of a metal tray. The tray then gets cooled in the refrigerator and the product is simply stunning. Fold-able JELL-O paper that can be twisted into anything you can think of.

My Jello Americans created a crane, wrapped present and a frog using this giggly substance, but sadly they were hungry and ate their artwork. Stats for Japanese Gelatin Art Trending: Older & Mild
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