Just how small can one make a paper swan?

oRIGAMI  2Wow – nimble-fingered artist Mui-Ling Teh makes her small, but perfectly formed paper creations so tiny they can only be appreciated in close-up photographs such as these.

Using only paper, scissors and tweezers, Teh painstakingly creates 3mm high animals and flowers.

They are reckoned to be the smallest of their kind in the world.

The architecture student, first experimented with origami when she was nine, using sweet wrappers to create truly dinky toys. She is now a dab hand at origami that it can only take 20 minutes to a character.

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