Origami is a timeless art that has been passed down for generations upon generations in Japan. It's derived from two Japanese words: the word "ori" meaning "folded" and the word "kami" meaning "paper". The paper crane is the most well-known origami animal, in part due to an ancient Japanese legend that says if you fold 1,000 cranes you will be granted a wish. In this video, Dave Hax creates a three-dimensional paper star using origami techniques. Strictly speaking, Dave does not make traditional origami though. Scissors and glue are a major no-no in this traditional craft. However, he quickly transforms this wrapping paper into some of the prettiest little tree-toppers and ornaments we've ever seen.