How To: Origami a Japanese paper ball (Kusudama)

Origami a Japanese paper ball (Kusudama)

These are step-by-step instructions on how to fold a Japanese paper ball (Kusudama). These are very cool origami decorations and can be hung all around the house, and these paper balls are also an excellent decorations or Christmas tree ornaments. This modular origami model requires 34 - 46 units.

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5 Comments

Needs video, and the artist needs to keep her hands & wrists out of the way of the viewer.

LOL I didn't mean "video" I should have typed "audio" instead.

I THINK THIS IS A NICE "HOW TO"...HANDS DO SOMETIMES OBSTRUCT BUT THE FOLDS ARE PRETTY SIMPLE SO DOESN'T DETRACT TOO MUCH. I will definitely be making a few!

Lovely! Nice work! I have some practice in origami, so I feel fine with this video. I am going to make it and teach a few 10-11 years old to do it! Many thanks!

Okay I haven't clicked the video yet but I hope it helps :D

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