The origami fortune teller is one of the origami models we would have made during our childhood days. This fortune teller has sure helped me make some ‘important’ decisions! Here is how you could make a colorful origami fortune teller model. Now you can get to know
Here is how you can make a paper cap using the technique of Origami. The size of the paper used here is 8″ X 8″ for the purpose of demonstration. You would need a bigger sheet of paper if you actually want to use the cap!
We will be making a pendant as we start with origami jewelry; the technique of making these types of origami pendants is real simple. Just find a sheet of designed paper of your choice, a piece of metal string, glue and you are on board.
Poinsettia flowers are my favorite – they’ve got a festive look in them, I don’t know how but just looking at them brings a feeling of joy (maybe its the but the red and green color?) and now I’ve got one more reason, they’re simple to make too!
Following in the Christmas Origami series is the Origami Star of David which can be made using the steps explained. This is a modular origami model in which we will make 2 paper units and assemble them together.