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Origami Box

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to fold a traditional origami box / container. These are great for storing little knick knacks that you may have lying around your home or office. You can put office supplies, loose jewelry, coins, small toys, and more! It also makes a great gift box (place a sticker, add…

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Origami House

Get creative decorating the origami house, or make a whole bunch of them to create a miniature village. 🙂 Bonus: Add a ghost, and you’ve got yourself an instant haunted house for Halloween. YES, Halloween! It’s coming sooner than you know it! 😉 Written Instructions Note: Written instructions are meant to be general guidelines. Please…

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Origami Puffy Star

In this video, you’ll learn how to make a traditional Lucky Star, or Puffy star. These can be made with paper or ribbon. They look great in mason jars, or any clear jar. Cover them with several thin layers of ModPodge for a longer lasting star. String them with a thread/needle to make a necklace,…

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Origami Balloon / Inflatable Ball

If you’re looking to get started with origami, or if you want to get in touch with your childhood roots, make some origami balloons/balls! I remember making these as a kid and just bopping them around.  They’re easy, don’t take TOO much time, and they’re guaranteed to make you (or someone else) smile. I personally find them very…

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Origami Phoenix

This phoenix is absolutely gorgeous to look at, with it’s long, wavy tail. 🙂 It has the same body as the traditional origami crane, but the tail is quite different. I love how it waves from side to side. I would really recommended using “real” origami paper for this model because the tail will hold…

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Origami Dragonfly

Real dragonflies freak me out, but there’s still something magical and beautiful about them. This is technically “kirigami,” which allows for using scissors, but I call it “origami” anyway. Semantics! I take a lot of liberties. I hope it doesn’t make anyone mad, lol. I used a 6″ x 6″ square for this project, and…