Origami Christmas tree Box -3 Variations : : Caja Remolino

Origami Christmas tree Box -3 Variations : : Caja Remolino

This is Leyla Torres of OrigamiSpirit. Com In this video you'll be learning this lovely origami box. It has the basic shape of a pyramid, and it can be done in three different presentations. For more ideas visit our website at OrigamiSpirit. Com Modifying some folds at the end, this box can have three different …

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ORIGAMI CHRISTMAS TREE v2 (Jo Nakashima)

ORIGAMI CHRISTMAS TREE v2 (Jo Nakashima)

Fold in half Fold in half vertically Turn over Fold along the diagonals Fold a waterbomb base Fold the left and right sides Unfold Squash-fold Fold the corner up Unfold Mountain-fold Valley-fold to the left Squash-fold Fold the corner up Unfold Mountain-fold Valley-fold to the right Turn over and repeat Fold the left and right …

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Origami Christmas Tree (Jo Nakashima)

Origami Christmas Tree (Jo Nakashima)

Fold in half and unfold Fold in half vertically and horizontally and unfold Turn over Fold and unfold along the diagonals Fold a waterbomb base Fold the edge to the crease Unfold Repeat on the left side Reverse fold Turn over and repeat on the other side Fold along the angle bisectors Valley-fold two flaps …

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Origami Christmas Tree (Traditional model)

Origami Christmas Tree (Traditional model)

How to make an origami Christmas tree Instructions in English. Video instructions to make a Christmas tree in origami Start with a square sheet of paper. Green is a good choice, but you can also use white paper for a snowy tree! If the paper has only one colored face, put the colored side on …

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Origami Froebel Star (traditional) – Christmas

Origami Froebel Star (traditional) – Christmas

Fold all the strips in half Trim the corners Insert each strip within the next in each direction Fold the top strip down Fold the left strip to the right Fold the bottom right strip up Fold the top right strip left Insert the end under the other layer to lock the strips Mountain-fold the …

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