These instructional animated slides teach you how to easily fold a pair of paper slippers. Learn how to use the Japanese art of origami to make your own paper slippers. Use the start, stop, forward and back buttons to easily follow along. You can also speed up the instructional origami video if it is going too slow. Very cool Japanese origami how-to video! Origami a pair of paper slippers.
This video covers some dollar bill origami heads that can be used for making a dog, snake, mouse, fox, gekko, croc, lizard, cat and many more.
This cake looks almost good enough to eat, even though we know it's made out of origami paper. Fool your friends with this realistic pink origami cake, made from an assemblage of cut-out cake slices.
First, you will need this tutorial video to learn how to make the modules for this 3D origami project: http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-build-origami-modules-for-3d-origami-272338/
These fighter planes look awesome, are folded from something we KNOW you have - a dollar bill - and can actually fly! How cool is that? Well, you'll find out once you put together this origami project.
Origami purists will argue that all origami creations, no matter how complex, should be folded from one single sheet of paper, but the rules were made to be broken, right? If you've already mastered the art of one-sheet origami projects like frogs and cranes, challenge yourself to this project: a tetrahedra composed of five intersecting pyramidal shapes.
FK describes how to make a Yoshimoto cube. First, print out the template. Then, trim the paper with scissors along the perimeter and glue the edges into a 3D pyramid. Repeat these steps until you have 48 cubes. Fix 3 pyramids together 16 times. Arrange pyramids in groups. Repeat 2 times and color 8 of the pyramids. Place adhesive on the joints of the cubes. Arrange the pyramid groups into a cube. Now, you can perform neat tricks with the cube, like changing the cube from white to colored with...
Ever wonder how to make an amazing piece of art just using paper and some glue? This video takes you through the step-by-step process of how to make a Transforming Spike Ball. The video includes the materials needed, and a video demonstration of all the steps that you will need to construct your perfect Transforming Spine Ball. And if you ever get stuck, you can just hit pause, complete your step, and continue. The video also leaves room for you to be creative, allowing you to pick and choose...
A TIE Fighter might not ever see the light of day outside of the television. Not a real starfighter, anyway. But you can model our very own Star Wars TIE Fighter with some simple paper. It might take a while, but folding this origami Star Wars TIE Fighter will be worth every second. Use the origami diagram, from Star Wars Origami. You can find two different versions there.
Fed up with traditional origami? Well, learn how to fold some three-dimensional origami! This origami video tutorial will teach you how to origami a 3D panda. Traditional Japanese origami is the art of paper folding, but 3D origami is a little more complex, a little more challenging... a little more interesting. See how to model and fold a 3D panda bear with these origami instructions.
If you've ever taken astronomy before, then you know that the brightest flames - and the brightest stars - burn blue. So if you'r still making your origami stars blue, it's time to think outside the box.
This dolphin may not be able to swim and jump around magnificently out of water and back in again, but it is very cute and a great way to hone your origami folding skills.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use the ancient Japanese art form of origami to make a butterfly. This is a fairly simple design that's good for beginners, taking only a few minutes to learn. But the results are impressive, making for an elegant decorative item or small gift.
This particular Superman, unlike the real crime-fighting hero, isn't impenetrable and made of brawny, rippling muscles, but is just as fascinating and deserving of praise and awe.
Tired of paper airplanes? Make a paper helicopter! You can download and print out a pattern off the Internet to make a toy helicopter with a real spinning paperclip propeller! Use colored paper and colored pencils on your rig, and hold contests with your friends.
You can use this paper pyramid to wrap small gifts and presents or just as a cool folded design.
Learn how to make Modular Origami Icosahedron from 30 sonobe units. What do you need: 30 square pieces of paper with size 9cm x 9cm.
Fed up with traditional origami? Well, learn how to fold some three-dimensional origami! This origami video tutorial will teach you how to origami a 3D Pikachu creature from Pokémon. Traditional Japanese origami is the art of paper folding, but 3D origami is a little more complex, a little more challenging... a little more interesting. See how to model and fold a 3D Pikachu creature from Pokémon with these origami instructions.
Regular hexagons are so blah, so amp up the tried and true geometric shape (and kindergarten building blocks toy) by adding a whole new dimension!
-Fold up along the length of a spread open tissue about 5 times until you get a long rectangular shape.
Fed up with traditional origami? Well, learn how to fold some three-dimensional origami! This origami video tutorial will teach you how to origami a 3D fox. Traditional Japanese origami is the art of paper folding, but 3D origami is a little more complex, a little more challenging... a little more interesting. See how to model and fold a 3D fox with these origami instructions.
In this video, we learn how to make the farthest flying paper airplane. First, you will lay the paper flat and fold in two sides on the top. Then, fold it in half and keep folding the plane in. After this, you will see the wings become smaller and smaller. Once you fold this up until you cannot fold it in anymore, you will be able to throw this and make it fly! This will be really thin so it will go further and further. This will fly across the room easily and make everyone jealous they don't...
This video series demonstrates how to fold the origami model "Maple Leaf". Jassu" Kyu-seok Oh designed. Jassu kindly gave me permission to make this video accessible to you.
Christmas decorations aren't cheap. From outdoor lighting to fir trees, decorating for the holidays can break the bank. That's where ingenuity comes into play, like hacking battery-operated Christmas lights, modifying lighting patterns and building Christmas tree ornaments from LEGOs. But there's even a simpler solution to cheaper Christmas decorations— origami.
Now that spring is approaching swiftly, it's officially going to be wedding season. That means lots of fanciful soirees, the Wedding March played so often you can hear it in your sleep, and bride and grooms floating towards the pasto to say their I Dos.
If you're not afraid to stray from your origami craft, then kirigami worth a shot. It's just like origami, but you're allowed to cut the paper, not just fold it. Kirigami makes origami look more mature and more accurate, like when it comes to flowers. This video will show you how much better a kirigami cherry blossom looks! Learn how to make this cherry blossom with five petals.
These instructional animated slides teach you how to easily fold a paper high-heeled shoe Japanese style. Learn how to use the Japanese art of origami to make your own paper high-heeled shoe. Use the start, stop, forward and back buttons to easily follow along. You can also speed up the instructional origami video if it is going too slow. Very cool Japanese origami how-to video! Origami a high-heeled shoe Japanese style.
Here are instructions for an amazing hand decorated paper kaleidoscope.
The ancient craft of origami gets an update in Oritsunagumono, where environmentalism meets photoelectricity for the first time. Its name translates into "things folded and connected," and its agenda aims to bring awareness of the environmental impact of pollution to native marine wildlife in Japan's coastal waterways.
You can learn how to build a helicopter from paper using origami. You need a piece of paper and a pen, with which you will have to draw a picture of a helicopter. The helicopter should actually be able to fly.
This instructional origami video demonstrates how to fold an origami wizard's hat. An origami wizard's hat serves as a great Halloween decoration. Kids will have fun folding the paper hat and wearing it as part of their Halloween costumes.
Click on Chapters 2 & 3 for the whole tutorial. Fold an origami school bag.
This video series demonstrates how to fold the origami model "matchbox" that David Brill designed. Dave kindly gave me permission to make this video accessible to you.
Watch this instructional origami video to fold a complex origami cuboctahedron by designer Tung Kem Lam. You will need eight pieces of origami paper to fold what are called jitterbug modules. Connect the origami modules as shown in the visual guidelines. The origami cuboctahedron can teach you about structure and geometry as well as paper folding.
You can learn how to fold a 5 point star. You start with one sheet of blank paper and fold it in half. You mark a halfway point on the bottom and then you fold the paper to that point.
Almost Christmas... so time to make this 3-D origami Christmas star! If you still can't make the origami Christmas star after watching this video you'd better focus on completing about 1000 cranes first... With origami, practice makes perfect.Merry Christmas to all you origami lovers!
Watch this instructional origami video to fold an origami CD case. You can use a regular piece of printer paper to complete this origami project. These CD cases are not only useful,but you can also decorate them to accompany specific albums and mix CDs.
In this video you can learn how to fold a modular origami star. Create four quadrants of the star point. Crease and unfold the first square origami paper in half both vertically and horizontally, making four equal quarters. Set the creases. Fold precisely each corner of the square in towards the center point. Run a pencil or straight edge over the creases to set. Complete a triangle star point. Hold the paper at an angle to resemble a diamond shape. Take the left center point and fold it to t...
Simple and easy way to fold an origami crane from paper! Use a flat sheet of paper. Fold into a triangle then into another triangle then open it up. push up on the one side so it turns into a square. Push up on the one side. Fold it in the opposite direction. Push it over. you have a square base. Take one of the flaps. Fold it over then unfold the crease. Open it up then with the crease fold it in, push it in. Lay it flat then crease. Open it up then crease it in the center. Fold it over. The...
To fold an origami boat, you need only one piece of origami paper. Watch this instructional video to complete the task within minutes. While this paper boat may not be very seaworthy, it's a simple and fun project with satisfying results.