Videos for Making Modular and Geometric Origami

  • On this page you will find links to origami video instructions and blog posts related to modular origami and/or geometric figures, such as such as rings, garlands, boxes, stars and flowers. Click an image to view it’s associated blog post and video.
  • Below the thumbnails, you will also find a window to view our Youtube playlist for modular origami modular and geometric figures.
  • For a list of all our video tutorials, visit our main VIDEOS page.

Modular Origami –These geometric modular origami figures are made with two or more pieces of paper folded into units, which are then fitted together to form one final figure. (Scroll down for geometric origami made with one piece of paper.)

Modular Origami Star - Cloe

Modular Origami Star - Cloe

 origami snowflake -Polo Sur1

 origami snowflake -Polo Sur2

origami ring-star

origami kusudama 1

origami kusudama 1

origami globe snowflake

origami rabbit snowflake

origami cool snowflake 1

origami snowflake variation

origami basic snowflake

lily-star

origami wreath sun

Polo Sur Star - Estrella Polo Sur

rose in nest origami

ring francis ow

accordion-box

accordion-box

heart-chain-origamispirit

hugs-and-kisses-gardland

origami slinky

chain

ring-del-rio

kusudama-carambola

Geometric Origami – These Figures are Made With One Piece of Paper

Origami flower Six-petal

Origami flower

paper spinner

origami-facebook-logo

iPod-stand

origami flower malvarosa

origami-envelope-menko

origami-ace-of-diamonds

origami-heart-letterfold

origami flower geometric

house

Origami tooth by M. Kirschenbaum

hollow-petal-flower

star sakura origami

windmill

Click the black bar at the bottom of the YouTube window for a listing of all the videos in this playlist.

These video playlist shows how to make several modular or geometric figures. Although the videos are narrated in English with Spanish subtitles, origami is a universal language spoken through the movement of the hands, and the videos can be understood by anyone anywhere.

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marga neukamm March 14, 2013 at 2:15 pm

Thanks for your lovely website! Marga

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Pakistan Origami Society July 4, 2013 at 4:55 am

Pakistan Origami Society has started an educational project to teach origami to children through videos. For this purpose we need origami videos as donation. We are forwarding this message for your support.

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Leyla Torres July 4, 2013 at 8:05 am

The videos published on this site can be viewed free of charge on the internet!

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babs December 21, 2013 at 5:54 pm

Mrs Torres,
Thanks a lot for your videos they are simple and easy to follow. Great show keep it up. Have a great day.

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Seth June 14, 2014 at 11:59 am

These origami’s are cool! I can’t wait to make them myself

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Kathleen Dahl October 18, 2014 at 6:30 pm

I have been looking for an origami chess board pattern. Finally found one and discovered that the instructions are not at all easy to read. I understand that an 8 X 8 grid probably shouldn’t be easy, but the folds don’t make any sense and the pictures on the diagrams are not clear. I wondered if there were a way for you to make a video that I could watch showing how to make the board. If you could, that would be lovely! I have been wanting to create an origami chess set for a friend of mine who likes origami and chess for his birthday in January.

Thanks!

BB

Kat

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Leyla Torres October 20, 2014 at 1:27 pm

Hi Kathleen,
Thank you for suggesting the chess board. I’ll look into it, but I cannot promise I’ll make a video at the moment. Thank you for your visit.

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