23 Tutorials on How-to Origami

23 How-to Origami ~ I’ve put together a great list of how-to origami. It’s such a beautiful form of art, don’t you think? And it can be incorporated in so many things. You can use them to decorate a room, you can simply display them, you can play with them, use them to serve a dessert… There are just so many options.


23 How-to Origami

Star Tutorial from zencrafting.
Paper Cube from Between the lines.
Origami Dresses from Craft and Creativity.
Make bows from magazine pages from How About Orange.
Origami for kids: Rabbit from Tinkerlab.
Japanese Butterfly from Spoonful.
Origami Butterfly how to from Todolwen.
How to fold a strawberry Origami from wikiHow.
Fold an origami dress menu from Ideas.
Organize craftily with origami from Craftionary.
Paper stars from home by linn.
Easy Kids Craft: Origami Kites from Craft Jr.
DIY Bunny Garland from Hello Bee.
Easy Origami: Chopstick holder from Ideas.
Paper Stars from Craft and Creativity.
Easy Paper Craft: Fold a lily from Ideas.
Matryoshka doll from Meijo’s Joy.
1000 Paper Cranes Backdrop by Boho Bride Laura.
Origami Butterfly from Go Origami.
Bipyramid Tutorial and what to do with them from Mr. Printables.
Boat Garland from Meeha Meeha.
Waterball Garland Tutorial by KittyBabyLove at Hurried Homemaker.
How to make a puffy heart garland from The Cheese Thief.

If you like all these ideas, you might also like the Paper Craft board that I’m working on:

Have you tried it before? I find it looks calm and relaxing, however I have yet to try to create any. I’m looking forward to trying it out. I think I’m going to start with the little boats and work myself up to cranes. I may even make a garland! I have a bunch of paper calling my name, begging for me to create things with them!

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Hope you have a GREAT day and make sure to create something FUN today!


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  1. says

    I stopped practicing origami years ago, but still buy the paper for other projects because of the patterns. Those little dresses are so cute that I will be pinning this and digging out my origami book, Thanks for assembling the collection.

  2. says

    I love that you shared this! I don’t think I’ve ever thought about using origami in decorating, but the pictures are lovely. Wouldn’t these look so cute in a little girl’s room? Maybe THIS is a craft I can do, since it’s following directions, lol.

  3. says

    Wow! This is such a wonderful origami art! Thank you for sharing this. Awesome and perfect for the kids. We also did a Jumping Paper Frogs out of the same materials you used.