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.
With this guide, you'll learn how to fold a colorful ninja star from two sheets of paper using origami, the traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started making your own colorful shuriken, watch this free origami lesson.
In this How to we will create pretty stars that make a great Christmas tree ornament. Fold them from transparent paper and they'll be great window decorations too!
Instructions to make 3D origami of airplane similar to Airbus A380. It's self standing, made only with a folded paper (triangles). In video I tried to give instructions for every detail.
Is your love of money surpassed only by your love of miniature dress shirts? Boy, are you in luck. This video tutorial presents complete, step-by-step instructions on how to make a shirt from a folded dollar bill. For more information, and to get started making your own money shirts, watch this free arts-and-crafts how-to.
If you won't be near any real fireworks for the 4th of July holiday, do the next best thing and origami yourself some! For this origami fireworks project, you'll need square sheets of paper of different colors.
A paper plane that can fly over 100 feet? This is what you're looking for. This week, I'm gonna show you another great origami paper plane that will fly really far and straight if you fold it right.
Learn how to make modular origami star with 8 points. What you need to make the origami star: 8 square pieces of paper with different colors
Love soda pop? Then you'll certainly have a good time folding this easy/intermediate origami soda pop bottle. It's the perfect conversation piece to add to your tabletop and can be crafted within a matter of minutes.
You know that big yellow book that's always sitting there in your closet collecting dust and sometimes acting as a nice door stopper? It's called a phone book. Yes, ladies and gents, there was a time when we flipped through pages to find a store's phone number rather than Googled it on our Blackberry.
If you're like us, you always begged your parents to let you get a parrot (What? They make you look like a pirate when perched on your shoulder), but they never consented because of the noise factor.
Are you tired of folding the same old flapping cranes and teeny lucky stars? Break out of your folding mold by trying a new origami fold for a change. In this video, you'll learn how to fold an origami dog that stands, barks, and even fetches its own water (okay, maybe not the last two).
Out of ideas for Halloween, or simply don't feel like blowing all your cash on a costume you're only going to wear once? Then take a look at this tutorial for creating origami Freddy Krueger monster claws.
They say that it's the inside that counts, not the outside. But not when you're a sumo wrestler. In fact, when you live and die by how much belly fat you can throw onto your opponent's face to make him see stars like the foolish coyote chasing the rabbit in classic cartoons, your outside is your most precious commodity.
These are the pianos of concert halls, of greats like Mozart and Beethoven, and of piano masterpieces that still set the standard for good music production. Grand pianos are large and a bit ostentatious, yes, but they create a deep, resonant sound that tugs on your heart strings.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a paper football for 1 dollar. First, grab your paper and fold it in half length wise. Next, make sure the crease is nice and clean, then fold it length wise once more. Now, fold one of the corners up into a triangle shape, marking the crease exact. Fold this up again and keep doing this until you get to the end. Once you reach the end, fold the other end in twice into the pocket you see. Crease this, then stand it upright and flick it with your other fi...
What's so great about a modular origami pineapple, you ask? Well, for starters, it doesn't poke curious fingers and hungry tongues nearly as much as the original.
In order to make a Pandora's Box, you first need glossy paper. The paper should basically be in the shape of a square, length 15 cm one side. Then divide the paper into 5ths. Now make 5 such folds on the paper and be sure that every fold is equidistant. Similarly, turn the paper around and start folding it from the other side too, in the same fashion. By doing this you will realize the folds have resulted in equal, similar sized boxes on the paper, 25 in total.
A full guide to making the perfect ninja star. I've seen loads of videos of how to make Ninja Stars, and I don't have a clue what they mean. So I decided to make this how to video on paper ninja stars (aka shurikens) and it's easier to understand and follow, especially for young children. Pause the video at any time, if you think the timing is too fast, Enjoy! ;)
If you have some time to kill, this is the perfect origami project to try. Admire the beauty of the structure and ponder the mathematical paradox of making curves from straight lines. This hyperbolic origami arch structure is derived from what is mathematically termed "hyperbolas". Watch this origami video and learn how simple it is to fold a mathematically inspired hyperbolic arch.
Learn how to make an origami note. You can use regular notebook or looseleaf paper to make an origami note.
Instructions for the origami pop-up box Most folders will find this part of the model easy to fold.
Valentine's Day is a beautiful day associated with true love. Surprise your loved one or friend and show you care with this mini Valentines card with origami heart. You need not more than 10 minutes to make the card. First You Need to Make an Origami Heart
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.
We know it's not quite summer yet (in fact, we've got a LONG ways to go until sunny skies and beachcombing become facts of life).
Penguins are chubby and their booties sway from side to side when they walk, and as such we have deemed them the cutest creatures in the world. If you have a penguin lover in your life, then he or she will simply delight over these chubby origami penguins.
We know that there is some seriously impressive origami out there. From 30-sided modular origami spheres to magic cubes and advanced, rounded figures like dragons, the world of origami offers so much to create if only you practice.
During the holidays, usually one of the hardest decisions you'll ever make when decorating your tree is whether you want to top it all off with a star or an angel. If an angel is your tree topper of choice this year, why not make it extra special by making it yourself?
The tyrannosaurus rex, or T-Rex, was the original king of the jungle (king of the world, to be more accurate) during the age of the dinosaurs. They were gigantic, intimidating, and extremely strong.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a duct tape flower pen. First, make three triangles the same size out of pieces of duct tape. Leave a sticky part at the bottom and color the rest of it red. You can also purchase red duct tape if you find it available. Now, wrap the pieces of tape around the bottom of the pen where there is no ink. As you wrap this, you will see a flower start to shape with the more tape you add. Continue to do this until you have no tape left, then you will end with a ...
Honestly, we're getting a little tired of purchasing mass-produced cards. Not that we don't adore Papyrus, with its often handmade-like cards and pretty details, but more and more we're finding we enjoy gifting our friends and family something authentic for special occasions.
Are you hosting an Asian-themed party soon and need an easy but impressive way to present your utensils (AKA chopsticks)? Then this is the perfect project for you.
Think there's only one way to build a paper airplane? Add some more air foil lift to your plane crafting by watching this tutorial, which teaches you how to fold an origami airplane designed to provide greater speed, lift, and accuracy.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a paper fortune teller, also known as a cookie catcher. Begin by folding the paper into a right triangle and cutting off the bottom. With the squared paper, fold it horizontally both ways. Now fold the corners of the paper into the center. Flip the paper over and fold the corners of the paper into the center once again. Fold it horizontally in half. Now fold it diagonally and horizontally to make it more flexible. Finish the fortune teller by ...
With this how-to on the ancient Japanese art of paper folding, you'll learn how to make a strikingly beautiful water lily from a paper napkin. For complete, step-by-step instructions on assembling your own paper lotus flower, watch this origami how-to and, if you like, read along below.
An easy step by step video showing us how to make snow flakes from paper. It shows the ways of making three different types of snow flakes clearly and slowly so that even a little child watching it would be able to make it. This could be a fun activity for the parents along with their kids to spend time effectively. This activity could turn to be a good exercise for the little fingers and add to their pride of learning a new art. So, go ahead and enjoy making snow flakes and decorate your chi...
The kabuto, or Japanese samurai helmet, is a helmet worn by the ancient samurai to protect themselves in battle. It was also used to wordlessly display rank and title on the battlefield. Learn how to fold one of your own in this video tutorial
This origami tutorial video will show you how to fold a dollar bill to form a flapping bird. Origami takes practice. All you need is patience, a dollar bill and this video demonstration.
Fold an origami rabbit envelope. Origami Club in English is a free origami information site, with origami animations and origami diagrams.