The winter solstice is almost here, and the rebirth of the light is what I celebrate deep in my heart. Soon the sun will remain above the horizon a little longer each day in the northern hemisphere. The light returns slowly. I gladly receive it!
To welcome the light I decorate my home with a collection of paper ornaments I’ve made or received as presents over time. Origami stars, modular rings and wreaths add a festive holiday sparkle to my staircase.
In addition to these origami Christmas decorations I also place votive candles on each stair step inside glass containers which are in turn wrapped in folded paper. These little lamps are a joyful accent.
Nine links for instructions on how to fold origami Christmas decorations
1. Eifel Star (Werner-Guth’s) 2. Snowflake (Walker) 3. Modular star (Katz)
4. Bethlehem Star (Hayward) 5. Snowflake (Needle) 6. Kusudama ( Torres)
7. Modular star (Miller) 8. Star (traditional) 9. Flower (Torres)
Here is a selection of books* I recommend from excellent origami designers, featuring origami rings, wreaths and origami ornaments.
How do you use paper ornaments to decorate your home? Share with us your ideas.
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