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Time:0h10
Difficulty
Pretty Easy
Crafts
Origami

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Ankara, Ankara Province, tr
2008
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kusadama

origami

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  1. How to make an origami flower. Origami Kusadama Flowers - Step 1 1

    1. Start with the sticky edge on the bottom right side.
    Fold the bottom corner to the top to make a triangle.
    2. Fold both bottom corners of the triangle to the top point to form a square

  2. How to make an origami flower. Origami Kusadama Flowers - Step 2 2

    3. Fold the top two layers of the square backwards as shown. It is important that you ensure the folded back edges line up with the edges of the square beneath.
    4. Open the newly formed triangles.
    Be careful with the sticky side not to tear the paper.

  3. How to make an origami flower. Origami Kusadama Flowers - Step 3 3

    5. Fold the top triangles over so they are level with the edge of the paper.
    These flaps should be seperated from the others layers.
    6. Fold the triangles along the existing crease.




  4. How to make an origami flower. Origami Kusadama Flowers - Step 4 4

    7. Add a small amount of glue to one side and attach to the other triangle.
    8. Your glued petal should look like this.
    9. Now follow steps 1-7 to fold four more.

  5. How to make an origami flower. Origami Kusadama Flowers - Step 5 5

    10. Gluing the petals together is quite simple.
    Make sure you let the glue dry before adding the next petal.
    11. Completed flower.

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Comments

renee n.
renee n.

Purdy!

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Terry F.
Terry F.

Bought some of these made from maps. Now I get to make them myself!

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Virginia C.
Virginia C.

Is there a way to print these instructions? I am not finding that option here.

Thank you.

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The Dalai Farmer
The Dalai Farmer · Beccles, England, gb

I'm not very clever, but I can't understand these instructions! The first one is a problem because I don't know what the "sticky side" is. I can't make the first picture from a square of paper and I don't start understanding again until the first petal is completed! Could someone please tell me where I'm going wrong?

spinhina
spinhina

I think it's because she's using a post-it, at least that's what it looks like to me.

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Meimei M.
Meimei M.

So simple yet so beautiful, thanks :)

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Kate L.
Kate L.

WOW!

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Charlene S.
Charlene S.

Awesome!!!!

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Emily S.
Emily S. · Sylvania, Ohio, us · 2 projects

very pretty! great tutorial also.

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Burt L.
Burt L. · Baltimore, Maryland, us · 1 project

There's a way to put the flowers together and make a flower ball. If i make it, I'll post is here.

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Sally M.
Sally M. · Orlando, Florida, us · 29 projects

i've never seen so many favs and versions on a project before.. nice work!!

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