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Origami Day Lily Instructions
Learn how to fold a colorful origami day lily that's perfect for springtime.

Modular 16 Point Origami Star
Learn how to fold a 16 point star using modular origami techniques. This design can be used as a Christmas tree ornament, a photo frame, or a large holiday wreath.

How to Make an Origami Shamrock
Learn how to make an origami shamrock from the boat base form. This design can be used to decorate a St. Patrick's Day card or treat box.

How to Make an Origami Folder
An origami folder is an easy origami project that kids can make to provide a space for storing flash cards or printable card games.

How to Fold Paper Into Thirds
Learn a simple math formula that can be used to fold paper into thirds when you are making your favorite origami models.

How to Make a 4x6 Photo Storage Envelope
Learn how to fold a 4x6 envelope from a sheet of patterned scrapbook paper. This envelope is great for mailing photos, as well as party invitations and recipe cards.

How to Make an Origami Samurai Helmet
Learn how to fold a traditional origami samurai helmet. This design symbolizes strength and honor.

Origami Valentine Craft for Kids
Learn how to make an easy heart shaped Valentine card for your child to give his friends or classmates. This project teaches fractions as well as basic origami principles.

How to Make a Money Origami Shirt
Follow these step-by-step instructions to learn how to fold a cute money origami shirt. This is a good project for children, as well as adult beginners.

Easy Origami Cup Hanging Wall Storage
Learn how to use the instructions for how to make an origami cup to create your own hanging wall storage solution.

Types of Origami Bases
This guide will help you understand some of the most popular origami base forms used in paper folding projects for beginners.

Easy Origami Star Instructions
Learn how to make an easy origami star with this simple paper folding instructions suitable for children ages six and up.

How to Make an Origami Ninja Star
Origami ninja stars are popular paper toys for children, but this versatile modular origami design can be used in a number of craft projects.

How to Make an Origami Pencil
Learn how to make an origami pencil and have some back to school fun with your kids.

Learn How to Make a Money Origami Wreath
A money origami wreath offers a fun yet memorable way to present a cash gift. Change the bill denominations as needed to accommodate your budget.

How to Make an Origami Fox Puppet
Learn how to make a simple origami fox puppet that can be used to put on puppet shows or dance to the hit Ylvis song

Set a New World Record
A paper airplane contest is a fun paper folding game for large groups of people. Page 6.

Guess the Crease Pattern
Matching crease patterns to folded origami models is a challenging game for origami enthusiasts. Page 7.

Rick Nordal's Paper Snowflake Game
Rick Nordal's unique paper folding game is a great choice for players ages 10 and up, even if they have no previous origami experience. Page 8.

Explore the Science of Paper Folding
Challenge a group of people to determine how many times it is possible to fold a sheet of paper in half. Page 5.

Predict the Future
Origami cootie catchers, also known as paper fortune tellers, are one of the most common types of paper folding games. Page 2.

Hop to It
Young children will enjoy folding origami jumping frogs and seeing who can make them jump in to paper boxes and other obstacles. Page 4.

Challenge Your Opponent
Ddakji, sometimes referred to as ttakji, is a Korean game that is played using folded paper disks. Page 3.

Folded Paper Games Are Fun for People of All Ages
Paper folding games can be an inexpensive way to entertain people of all ages.

How to Fold an Origami Wallet
Learn how kids can fold an easy origami wallet filled with homemade coupons to give as a special gift.

Easy Origami Envelope Pattern
Get instructions for how to make an easy origami envelope pattern for mailing homemade greeting cards.

How to Fold an Origami Paper Doll
Learn how to make an origami paper doll that you can decorate as desired. These handmade paper dolls are an excellent addition to any child's dollhouse.

Origami Picture Frames: How to Make Picture Frames Out of Paper
Learn how to make mini picture frames from your favorite origami paper. Origami pictures frames are a good project for beginning paper folders.

Easy Origami Tulip Instructions
Learn how to make an easy origami tulip in about 15 minutes.

Easy Origami Flower Instructions
Learn how to make an easy origami flower using a square base.

Origami Frog Instructions: How to Fold an Origami Jumping Frog
Origami jumping frogs are easy to make and fun for children to play with.

Money Origami Heart Instructions
Learn a simple technique for folding a money origami heart. The money origami heart instructions in this tutorial can be completed in five minutes or less.

How to Fold an Origami Santa Claus
Learn how to make a paper Santa with this easy Christmas origami project. Children can complete this Santa origami in less than 15 minutes.

How to Make an Origami Crown
Learning how to make an origami crown is a great way to teach children simple origami concepts. Origami hats like the paper crown are easy to make and fun for kids to play with.

Directory of Free Printable Origami Fortune Tellers
Learn where to find the best free printable origami fortune teller designs online, including holiday themed cootie catchers and paper games for the classroom.

Origami Flowers: Fold Beautiful Paper Bouquets With Kazuo Kobayashi
Origami Flowers: Fold Beautiful Paper Bouquets by Kazuo Kobayashi encourages paper folders to keep their brains active by creating pretty origami blooms that can be used as gifts, decorations, or part of a table setting.

Towel Origami on Carnival Cruise Ships
Learn how adorable towel origami animals came to be associated with Carnival Cruise Lines.

Paper Airplanes That Loop
Learn the proper throwing technique for making a paper airplane loop and review stunt plane models that are best suited for paper airplane tricks.

Hanukkah Origami Project Ideas
Paper folding can be a wonderful activity to enjoy during the Festival of Lights. Discover origami projects that you and your children can make to celebrate Hanukkah.

German Contributions to Origami
Learn more about the various German contributions to the modern craft of origami, including Froebel stars and Waldorf window stars.

Start Learning Origami by Folding the Balloon Base
Discover what projects you can make using the origami balloon base form.

How to Make an Origami Balloon Base
Learn how to make an origami balloon base. Page 2.

Use the Balloon Base to Make a Paper Pumpkin
An origami balloon is a traditional paper toy folded from the balloon base form. The balloon can be easily turned into an origami pumpkin for Halloween. Page 3.

Use the Balloon Base to Make an Origami Picture Frame
The balloon base can be used to make a modular origami picture frame. Page 4.

Use the Balloon Base to Make an Origami Butterfly
Pretty origami butterflies are easy to fold using the balloon base. Page 5.

Use the Balloon Base to Make an Origami Bookmark
An origami bookmark is a practical project that can be made using the balloon base form. Page 6.

Turn a Balloon Base into a Square Base
In origami, the balloon base is closely related to the square base form. Page 7.

Origami Jewelry: A Review
In her first book, Ayako Brodek explains how to fold your own origami jewelry creations. Her work is an inspiration to anyone who finds themselves fascinated by miniature origami.

Napkin Origami: Top 100 Step-by-Step Napkin Folds
Learn the basics of napkin origami from Denise Vivaldo's Top 100 Step-by-Step Napkin Folds.

Origami Heart With Decorative Center
An origami heart with a decorative center is perfect for use as a wedding decoration. Page 2.

Love Is In the Air
Learn what types of origami heart designs are appropriate for beginning paper folders.

Origami Heart Lollipop Cover
Dress up purchased candies with custom folded heart shaped covers for a Valentine's Day surprise. Page 3.

Origami Heart Bookmark
Origami heart bookmarks are a special treat for your loved ones. Page 4.

Money Origami Heart
A money origami heart makes a clever tip or cash gift. Page 5.

Money Origami Heart Bookmark
The money origami heart bookmark is an interesting take on the basic dollar origami heart design. Page 6.

Origami Heart Valentine Card
A heart shaped Valentine card is sure to impress your special someone on February 14. Page 7.

Origami Valentine Craft for Kids
Learn how to fold quick and easy Valentine's Day cards for your child to give to his classmates. Page 8.

Origami Heart Envelope
The origami heart envelope is a card and envelope all in one. It's also a great children's craft project. Page 9.

Use the Organ Base to Make an Origami Purse
Origami purses won't last forever, but they're a fun slumber party or birthday party craft for young girls. Page 4.

Use the Organ Base to Make an Origami Easter Egg Cup
Origami Easter egg cups use the organ base form to create a decorative stand for your dyed eggs. Page 6.

Start Learning Origami by Folding the Organ Base
Discover what projects you can make using the origami organ base form.

Use the Organ Base to Make an Origami Sunflower
Use the origami organ base form to make petals for a pretty yellow paper sunflower. Page 7.

Use the Organ Base to Make an Origami Folder
Origami folders are a pretty yet practical storage solution. Page 5.

How to Make an Origami Organ Base
Learn how to fold an origami organ base. Page 2.

Use the Organ Base to Make a Paper Dollhouse
A paper dollhouse is easy to create from the origami organ base form. Page 3.

Free Tea Bag Folding Instructions Using the Pentagon Fold Technique
Tea bag folding is an easy way to start making handmade cards. Many free tea bag folding patterns use the pentagon fold technique, which is a slight variation of the kite fold technique.

Making a Pentagon Fold
Many free tea bag folding patterns use the pentagon fold technique. Learn how to make a pentagon fold. Page 2.

Pentagon Fold Medallion #1
Many free tea bag folding patterns use the pentagon fold technique. Four folded tiles glued together make a simple medallion for a handmade card. Page 3.

Pentagon Fold Medallion #2
Many free tea bag folding patterns use the pentagon fold technique. Four folded tiles glued together make a simple medallion for a handmade card. Page 4.

Pentagon Fold Medallion #3
Many free tea bag folding patterns use the pentagon fold technique. Eight folded tiles glued together make a simple medallion for a handmade card. Page 5.

Pentagon Fold Medallion #4
Many free tea bag folding patterns use the pentagon fold technique. Eight folded tiles glued together make a simple medallion for a handmade card. Page 6.

Different Types of Pretty Origami Flowers
Learn how to identify and fold some of the most popular types of origami flowers, including the origami lily, origami kusudama flower, and Kawasaki rose.

Origami Kusudama Flower
The origami kusudama flower is one of the easiest paper flowers to make. Page 2.

Origami Lily
Origami lilies can be folded from the square base form. Page 3.

Kawasaki Rose
The Kawasaki Rose is a beautiful project for the advanced paper folder. Page 4.

Origami Lotus Flower
The origami lotus flower is a traditional design that is popular as a wedding decoration. Page 5.

Origami Bonsai
Origami bonsai, popularized by Benjamin John Coleman, is a way to make very realistic looking paper flower arrangements. Page 6.

Origami Flowers for Cards
Use origami flowers as accents for handmade cards. Page 7.

Origami Flower Box
Origami flower boxes are a pretty way to present a handmade gift. Page 8.

Origami Dinosaurs Bring the Past Alive
Learn more about the art of folding origami dinosaurs.

Making an Origami Tyrannosaurus Rex
The T.rex is a classic origami dinosaur model. Page 2.

Folding an Origami Brontosaurus
The origami brontosaurus is known for its long neck and whip-like tail. Page 3.

Making an Origami Stegosaurus
The origami Stegosaurus can be identified by the distractive plates on its back. Page 4.

Folding an Origami Omeisaurus
The origami omeisaurus is one of the easier origami dinosaurs to fold. Page 5.

John Montroll's Origami Dinosaurs
If you're interested in making dinosaur origami, you can expect to come across John Montroll's name on many different diagrams. Page 6.

Dinosaur Origami for Children
Choose a dinosaur origami book designed for children to avoid frustrating young paper folders. Page 7.

Using Specialty Origami Paper
Although you can make origami dinosaurs from solid colored paper, it's often more fun to practice with paper that is designed especially for the task. Page 8.

How to Make Square Origami Paper
Learn an easy method of making square origami paper from a sheet of printer paper. This is a handy trick to know when working with printable origami paper designs.

A Brief Guide to the Different Types of Origami
Learn more about the many different types of origami that you can enjoy as you develop your folding skills.

Wet Folding
Wet folding, a technique pioneered by Akira Yoshizawa, adds a new dimension to origami projects. Page 2.

Modular Origami
Modular origami allows folders to create complex designs by connecting several identical units. Page 3.

Money Origami
Money origami involves folding paper currency into shapes. It is often used for tipping at restaurants or giving cash gifts to friends and family. Page 4.

Fabric Origami
Fabric origami can be displayed on its own or used to decorate objects such as pillows or handmade jewelry. Page 5.

Towel Origami
Towel origami is often used in hotels and on cruise ships. Page 6.

Napkin Origami
Napkin folding can often been seen at weddings or fancy business luncheons. Page 7.

Origami City
Discover how one minor change can give a common origami project a whole new purpose as an origami toy. Page 10.

How to Make an Origami Toy
Learn why children love making origami toys. Get instructions for how to make some of the most popular paper toys.

Paper Airplanes
Learn why paper airplanes are great origami toys. Page 2.

Origami Cootie Catchers
Learn how to fold an origami cootie catcher. Page 3.

Origami Ninja Stars
Origami ninja stars are a fun paper toy for kids who want to pretend to be ninjas in battle. Page 4.

Origami Pinwheels
Watching colorful origami pinwheels spinning in the breeze is lots of fun for kids of all ages. Page 5.

Origami Jumping Frogs
Find out why origami jumping frogs are a great group project for young paper folders to make when they want to learn more about cool paper toys. Page 6.

Origami Boat
An origami boat is a traditional paper toy that you can actually float in a backyard pool or in the lake at your favorite picnic spot. Page 7.

Origami Paper Dolls
Learn more about some of the ways you can personalize your origami paper doll creations. Page 8.

Origami Puppets
Make origami finger puppets, then put on a one-of-a-kind performance with your child. Page 9.

Fabric Origami Supplies and Tools
Fabric origami offers an interesting variation on traditional paper folding. Learn what tools and supplies you will need to begin making fabric origami models such as a fabric origami box or fabric origami flower.

What Is Pureland Origami?
Pureland origami, a type of paper folding created by British origami artist John Smith, makes origami accessible to a broader audience.

An Introduction to Kirigami
Kirigami, the Japanese art of paper cutting, may be of interest if you enjoy folding origami models. Kirigami techniques are especially useful for creating unique pop-up cards for birthdays and other special occasions.

Origami Teaching Tips
Get tips for beginning your first origami teaching experience. Learn how to choose an appropriate model to fold, how to set up your classroom, and how to provide positive feedback for your students.

Tomoko Fuse Origami Biography
Learn more about Tomoko Fuse and her contributions to the art of modular origami.

A Guide to Understanding Origami Diagrams
A brief guide to some of the common symbols and terms you can expect to find in origami diagrams.

Florence Temko Origami Biography
If you live in the United States, you can thank Florence Temko for popularizing the study of origami in your community.

How to Make an Origami Boat
An easy origami diagram showing how to make an origami boat for kids.

Origami Diagrams and Symbols
Learn how to read origami diagrams in order to fold the model of your choice. Find out how origami techniques are described by the various origami symbols.

Origami Weapons
Learn how to fold cool origami weapons like an origami knife, origami sword, origami gun, and origami ninja star. Find instructions for paper weapons suitable for beginners as well as cool paper weapons that advanced origami enthusiasts can make.