Archive for the ‘Instructions’ Category

Methylcellulose for Origami now on sale!

Previously, we wrote about the origami “wet folding” technique that was pioneered by origami master Akira Yoshizawa. His technique involved wetting the paper so that it can be molded more easily. With wet paper folding artists can create more non-geometric designs such as animals. This is because wetting the paper allows the artist to preserve […]

Origami Christmas Tree and Ornaments Instructions

Christmas is just around the corner and we thought we’d write an article with some Christmas origami ideas that you can do as an activity with the kids, or to have some additional decoration around the house. Origami trees Here’s a nice instruction by Joost Langeveld on how to fold an origami tree. We also […]

Halloween origami part 2 – caskets and bats!

Given the season, we had a lot of requests to add some more Halloween origami instructions. If there are any that you’re looking for in particular, please drop us a note! In the meantime, we came across a great YouTube channel by Jeremy Shafer that has a number of origami instructional videos. Here is one […]

Christmas Origamibook 2012

I just got an email about the Origami Christmas book. What a neat concept! This is the seventh time that it’s been in production and it is a book from creators to creators. All the material is new as creators cannot submit any previously published instructions. If you’re interested in participating, keep reading below on […]

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