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Post image for Origami Flower for a Guinness-Record Attempt

Have you ever seen more than fifty thousand origami flowers in one place? I am honored that UTFOLD (University of Toronto Origami Club)  has made 51,080 examples of my Hollow-Petal Flower for a Guinness World Record attempt in the ‘Largest Display of Origami Flowers’ category. With this project, UTFOLD intents to raise awareness and create […]

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Post image for Make an Origami Cross -Version 2

This origami cross is a lovely variation of the cross presented in the previous post. Matthew Green (USA-Mexico) is the designer of both origami crosses. The following step-by-step video shows how to make this version of the origami cross. Thank you to Matthew for granting permission to present your model. A friend of mine mentioned […]

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Post image for Make an Origami Cross –Version 1

When I first saw this origami cross I fell in love with it. In another post I’ve featured a cross for Easter made with a long palm frond. The cross presented here is made with a square piece of paper.  Matthew Green (USA-Mexico) is the talented designer of this origami cross. This origami cross model […]

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Post image for Inflatable Origami Heart from the Mexican Origami Convention

I love origami hearts. Learning this inflatable origami heart (by Jeremy Shafer) was one of my personal highlights at the 3rd International Origami Convention in Mexico City. (Nov 14-16, 2014). This heart symbolizes how much I loved my visit to Mexico City. I was not only honored at being one of the convention special guests, […]

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Post image for Two Ways to Make a Paper Hexagon

A square is one of the most frequent paper shapes used to make origami figures, but rectangles, triangles, pentagons, hexagons, and circles can be used to make many beautiful origami models as well. The hexagon is a great shape to make origami flowers and origami snowflakes. When all sides of a hexagon are of equal […]

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Post image for Six-petal Origami Flower -It’s a Lovely Snowflake Too!

Origami flowers come in many different shapes and forms. When I saw this origami flower, I fell in love with it and immediately wished I could make it. Take a piece of paper and make it right away…I’m sure you will love it too! This flower, designed by David Martinez, is made with an hexagonal […]

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modular origami star -three variations

Do you like origami stars? From Italy ~with love~ Francesco Mancini* shares three variations of his modular model, “Cloe’s Star”. Thank you Francesco for granting permission to present these variations of your origami star in the following step-by-step video. Tips and suggestions for the modular origami star Use eight pieces of paper in the shape […]

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paper spinner

Do you like origami toys? What about origami that spins, moves or flaps?  If so then you –and all the children in your life including your inner child, will love this origami turbine. Blow on on it once and let the fun begin. It’s a super paper spinner! If you’ve ever folded the traditional flapping bird, […]

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Post image for Make an Origami Frame With Decorative Hearts

Seeing the faces of those we love can make our heart sing with  joy. This origami photo frame –featuring a heart at each corner, is a beautiful way to keep those we love close by. To design this frame I found inspiration in an easy origami heart created by Ildikó Vass. Just this week, I […]

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