pre-order it on Amazon. I'm also told it will be carried everywhere books are sold in April.
If you're curious, here's a little background about the making of the book:
A little over a year ago I was contacted by Laura Lee Mattingly (Chronicle Books Editor) about creating a party themed origami book. Of course, I was over the moon about it, Chronicle Books creates some of the most beautiful craft books around. Plus, a lot of their books are Japanese related which appeals to me. I've always enjoyed origami since I was a small child and you know I like planning parties so it was a perfect fit.
After the list of projects were finalized, I had to create the instructions and illustrations for all the steps. This was by far the most challenging part of the book process for me. Thankfully I had two things going for me. One I have a graphic design background and was formally trained in Adobe Illustrator. Two, I've been writing craft directions for the past five years. Without these key skills, I'm not sure if I could have pulled it off.
If you would like to see a sneak peek of one of the projects, the Chronicle Books blog shared a post about it earlier this month, click here.