With just a few more days for Easter, I just thought I’d make a 3 dimensional origami Easter Egg.
Glimpse of the Result:
How To make an Origami Egg:
You will need a total of 287 triangular units for this egg. As you can see, I’ve made it using two colors – white and pink. So for a similar pattern, 231 units of white and 56 units of pink would be required.
We will start by making Row 1 and Row 2 using white paper triangles. Make connector units as shown.
Keep adding till you have 8 units in each row.
At this point, we have consumed 16 units ( 8 X 2).
Add Row 3. This row would again have 8 units of white.
The next row, Row 4 would have 12 units of pink paper.
Start assembling Row 5.
Row 5 would use up a total of 12 white units.
This is quite a sturdy model and does not need any glue to be used.
Keep adding rows 6 to 9. We will gradually increase the number of units in each row.
Row 6 = 18 white units
Row 7 = 18 white units
Row 8 = 18 pink units
Row 9 = 27 white units.
Now add Rows 10 and 11. Each of these rows would have 27 triangular units of white paper.
We will now gradually reduce the number of units to get the egg shape.
Add Row 12, a row of pink in the manner shown below. You will be using a 14 units of pink for this row.
Now add 3 rows of white.
Row 13, 14 and 15 – these three rows will have 18 white units each.
Next step is to add Row 16 which consists of 12 units of pink.
The last two rows, Row 17 and Row 18 will be added with 12 white units in each row.
Here is the cool Easter egg made out of paper!
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