Fleur en origami facile

Fleur en origami facile

Hello! Today, I propose a tulip origami.

This tulip model is simple and requires only a few folds.

Take a colored paper and cut out a square of 10 cm side.

Fold the paper diagonally.

Next, fold the sheet in the other direction.

You will have marked the two diagonals.

Keep the folded sheet along a diagonal and take a corner that folding down obliquely at an angle of approximately 15˚ with respect to the center line.

Do the same on the other side.

You now see three petals of the tulip but there is a small spike which projects from each side.

Turn the fold and fold the ends to the back of the tulip.

Return to your new folding and admire your first tulip! Take a construction paper and glue the flower high enough to make room for the stem and leaves.

To preserve the 3D aspect of the flower, do not put glue on both ends you folded and the bottom of the flower.

Glue the tulip up.

Then take green construction paper and cut a stem.

Glue the rod in place under the flower.

Take the rest of green construction paper and fold a piece more or less than the width you want for the tulip leaves.

Next, fold the two layers in half.

Cut the excess.

Draw a half sheet along the fold and then cut.

You then get two sheets of identical tulip.

Paste each half of the rod close to the sheet.

The unbonded part and give a third dimension to your card.

Finally, you can write a message like Happy Birthday Happy Day or the top of the card Mothers.

With this folding technique, you can create a small bouquet of tulips.

Eat smaller paper square and proceed in the same way as bending of the large tulip.

Paste tulips in place.

Next, draw the rods with a green marker.

Cut the leaves.

I cut the leaves a little right angle to accommodate the flowers.

I decided to be a glass vase using cellophane.

To have the right vessel size, first draw a vase on a scrap of paper.

When you are satisfied with the size of the vase, trace the contours of the vase on the cellophane with a permanent black marker.

Fill it with water by coloring a part of the vase with a pale blue marker.

Cut the cellophane vase.

Put some white glue on the sides of the vase and paste the vase up on the bottom of the stems and leaves.

If you find it too complicated to do vase, put a little bow on the stems.

Here are two cards with tulips models that can be adapted age and dexterity of children.

To print the illustrated instructions of the project, click the link below the video and visit the site of Animassiettes to find hundreds of other projects.

Source: Youtube