While my excitement of the upcoming sakura season continues, I’ve decided to try a new kirigami pop-up project.
I think it turned out pretty good and it gave me a lot of ideas for different uses.
If you would like to make you own kirigami “curtain”, simply follow the steps (if you would like to see close-ups, just click on the picture!).
t this point, feel free to secure it to a dowel or bamboo pole and hang as a curtain, or use a ribbon to weave through the gaps like I did with my last kirigami post.
If you would like to create another pop-up creation like my pop-up butterflies, then follow the next steps:
Find a bright contrasting piece of paper, or card, book, box -or anything else you’d like to decorate.
Arrange your kirigami anywhere you like and play around with it. I took two corners and started to slowly twist them in opposite directions to see how the flowers would pop up and arrange themselves.
Secure one corner then twist and secure a few other points in the way that makes you happy.
Secure only a few small points