Instructions On How To Make Origami

Origami is fun, easy, inexpensive and ideal for posting with others. This is an activity that is passed on in one generation to some other, despite huge technological advances. Let’s make sure that it will continue on for many years to come. Below is a video of one of the coolest origami we folded lately, the Magic Rose Cube, a model by Valerie Vann. Here is an assortment of origami created by readers of the site! Below are some of the lovely comments we’ve received from people to our site.

They keep us motivated! Thanks so much for compiling instructions like these. It’s so much fun and incredibly helpful to have everything I’d ever want to make here on this site. And the fact that you reply to comments and interact with the people using your site is awesome and really shows your care and dedication.

First off I simply want to say that I really like your site! I haven’t found a site with this good of origami instructions yet! I love that you have step-by-step instructions and photos to go along. The photos help me quite a bit! If I don’t understand the instructions, I can just look a the picture to help me along.

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I never thought I could do origami and I never even thought about trying. I thought that origami would be too much for me, but since I found this web site I noticed that is so untrue! From the week Ever since I came across this I have already been making origami and the assortment is growing! I could write about how exactly much I love this site but I think this is enough forever. I hope you keep on adding new origami because I’m almost through with these! I really like this web site but simply several instructions were a bit hard for me to figure out but I’m in the groove now.

I want a little bit harder looking but easy doing origami though. Thank you A lot for creating this site! You are spreading pleasure one flip at a time really! I wish I will soon be uploading some pictures! I just wished to write to tell you how much I really like this site. Over the summer I had developed a driver’s education and had to visit work with my dad daily.

I realized there is a good amount of scrap paper laying around. I used to be struck with the thought of doing origami then, but didn’t learn how to make anything. I jumped on the internet and found this amazing site. Now, not only have I found things to do all summer stuck in an office, but I have found an incredible hobby also. Thank you for this amazing website!