You’d get something enchantingly beautiful, like this.
Japanese artist Naoki Onogawa is particularly fond of the paper cranes which are so symbolic of origami. His passion has led him to create works he refers to as Tsuru no Ki (“Trees of Cranes”), in which a frame resembling the branches of a bonsai tree are covered with crane-shaped “leaves.”
There’s no visual trickery going on here. Onogawa folds each crane individually, by hand, from a 13-millimeter (0.5-inch) square sheet of paper.