The 10 Best Tutorials On How To Origami

Did you know that origami is the Japanese art of paper folding? It is very creative hobby. From one piece of paper you can make so many different shapes and interesting things, from butterflies, to dresses, from bows to different stars and dolls! So, go for it!

1. Bow Origami

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Turns out it's oddly satisfying to make a bow from a single square of scrap paper. No glue or tape needed; just a scissors to make a couple of cuts.

2. Star

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This is a really nice origami 8-pointed star! The finished origami is perfect for your christmas tree.

3. Matryoshka Doll

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It don't have to be Babushka / Matryoshka doll...It could be anything up to the little ones imagination...such as Japanese or Egyptian doll perhaps?

4. Bunny Garland

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You'll need to gather a few supplies: origami paper, thin natural twine, needle, white pom poms, hot glue gun. Hang your garland and enjoy your little bunnies!

5. Strawberry Origami

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Want to impress your friends? Need an idea for campaigning or decorations? Here is it!

6. Origami Dresses

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This is a simply gorgeous project for anyone who adores dresses and Origami Fashion Projects.

7. Origami Boat Garland

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New boats, old boats, sandy boats, golden boats. Their charming silhouettes, fragile and sturdy at the same time, are sailing through your mind whenever you close your eyes or just look at the sky. So what better thing to do other than a cheerful garland of origami boats!

8. Origami Butterfly

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The nice thing about this butterfly is that you should have everything right there with you that you will need to make these lovely fluttering creatures.

9. Origami Kites

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These kites are super-easy to make, even 3 and 4 year olds can make them with a little help. And you can probably make them with whatever you have in your house right now.

10. Origami Paper Cube

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Kids love these cubes - both creating them and playing with them. They're lightweight and great for stacking or creating designs with.