How to Make an Origami Ghost

This two-piece Gliding Ghost is fun and easy to make with paper you already have at home! This is part of a collection of many other tutorials of origami for Halloween featured in Origami Spirit. The head is folded from the traditional water-bomb base and the body can be made with rectangular paper. This is a … Read more

Origami Crane: Easy Tutorial and Twelve Fun Facts

The orizuru (折鶴 ori- “folded,” tsuru “crane”), or paper crane, is a design that is considered to be the most classic of all Japanese origami. The crane is a traditional origami figure, auspicious in Japanese culture. Legend says that anyone who folds one thousand paper cranes will have their heart’s desire come true. For those … Read more

How to Make a Cute Origami Dress -Fifties Fashion

If you make this origami dress, I guarantee you will fall in love with it and you’ll probably end up folding a whole line of dresses to fill your closet. Who wouldn’t want a closet full of such delightful origami dresses! Since it folds flat, you can use it to paste on an Artist Trading … Read more

Video Tutorial to Make an Origami Egg-Laying Hen

A few days ago, I received a lovely packet of colorful origami paper. I first thought of trying it on one of my all-time favorite origami models, an Egg-laying Hen, a creation of Zsuzsanna Kricskovics. Even if you have folded this hen before, it’s always fun to fold and play with. Below you can watch … Read more

How to make a Stay-Home Origami Crane

Have you ever folded the classic origami crane? Or perhaps the delightful flapping crane? If you have, you’ve had enough practice to try your hands at learning how to make this charming Stay-Home Origami Crane. This origami model is a design of my friend Ng Boon Choon (Malaysia/Singapore), also known as Ah Boon. Ah Boon … Read more

How to Make an Origami Hen-Basket

If you have been following Origami Spirit for a while, you might be aware of how much we love Origami Hens, Origami Roosters, and Origami Chicks! To add to the flock of paper chickens featured in the past, I’m delighted to present here this Hen-Basket, a creation of the prolific artist José Meeusen (Netherlands). You … Read more