What to do With Your Origami Stars!

Many people ask me: “What should I do with my collection of origami stars?” In the video below, you can see an easy and fun way to display this collection of paper stars as a decoration for the holidays. Are you into origami stars? Make a wreath! Additionally, in this post you can find fourteen … Read more

How to Make a Paper Shelf –Perfect for Origami Models and Miniatures

Looking for an elegant and easy way to display the origami figures you make? Or perhaps for a collection of miniatures or toys? This easy-to-make paper shelf is a perfect way to showcase your treasures! The designer of this shelf, V’Ann Cornelius, used these origami shelves for the many exhibitions she helped organize at the … Read more

How to Make a Paper Fortune Cookie -Use it as a Party Favor!

This origami fortune cookie has no gluten, no sugar, no carbs, no calories!! Add a couple of folds to this origami heart and you will end up with a charming paper cookie that can be used as a party favor. Origami fortune cookies and fortune hearts go well together. Use the fortune cookie to insert … Read more

How to Make a Paper Heart -It’s a Fortune Heart!

Hearts, hearts, origami hearts. We all love them and the joy of practicing origami makes the precious blessing of our days even more so. While folding paper we focus on the positive, dwell in the moment, and become present to the grace and boundless possibilities that exist both in our interior and exterior life. Making origami means … Read more

Origami Hearts Galore!

Any time you need to express love to your sweetheart is the perfect time to make an origami heart! This is a great collection of origami-heart tutorials and they are all very easy to make. But if you are looking for one that can be done in less than five minutes I recommend this one. … Read more

How to Make an Origami Coffee Bean

Who can resist the aroma of freshly brewed coffee on a cool morning or rainy late afternoon? Born and raised in Colombia, a coffee-growing country, I remember helping my grandmother, Mamá Ana, pick coffee berries from her coffee bushes as a young child. I had to pick carefully and select only those berries that were red … Read more