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How to make an Origami Spiky Cuboctahedron aka Spike Ball

How to make an Origami Spiky Cuboctahedron aka Spike Ball

Origami desde Lerma: Un par de dragones Supongo que para este momento todos están informados de mi falta de inspiración reciente, dadas mis INTERMINABLES entradas sobre lo mal que he estado trabajando últimamente. Así que si quieres ir directo a la entrada, sáltate este párrafo completo, que no hago más que pobretearme sobre como me ha costado tantísimo trabajo recuperar un diminuto porcentaje de mi antigua capacidad de plegado y diseño, todo por culpa de todo el trabajo escolar en el que he estado enfrascado últimamente, y por cuya culpa he perdido hasta el gusto por doblar. Ehjem, ya acabé. Volviendo al tema de nuestra incumbencia, mientras no tenía nada que diseñar se me ocurrió la posibilidad de adaptar la base de mi dragón a todos los tipos de dragón que apruebo. Por si alguien no recuerda mi maravilloso dragón occidental, he aquí el vínculo a la entrada que escribí para él. En fin, preséntoles las últimas dos adiciones a mi catálogo de modelos reproducibles indefinidamente. Wyvern Ahora les seré sinceros. Oriental

Origami papier: Des idees d'origami papier, pliages faciles d'origami- Origami enfant - Tete a modeler Origami : idées et modèles d'origami Origami expliqué : un dossier et des activités sur l'art de plier le papier : l'origami. Modèles et idées de pliages d'origami. Si l'origani peut se réaliser avec de très belles feuilles, il peut aussi être réalisé avec n'importe quel papier y compris le papier de récupération. 2.71 sur 5 note basée sur 1136 évaluations. Pliages origami et activités de bricolages origami Dans cette rubrique sur l'origami, vous trouverez un ensemble de fiches et d'activités sur l'art de plier le papier : l'origami. Les activités d'origami sont les plus économiques possibles. Des infos, des conseils, des activités... Boites en origami Des idées de boites en origami. Etoiles origami Une rubrique spéciale pour tous les origamis étoile ! Vous trouverez dans cette rubrique les explications illustrées ... Fleurs en origami Des idées de pliages origami pour réaliser des fleurs origami. Jouets en origami Origami de décoration Des pliages origami pour la décoration de la maison.

Origami Diagrams I thought of sharing some of the diagrams I have been collecting over the last few months from various websites. These are available freely over the Internet and are mostly in the PDF format. I still haven’t gotten around to folding most of these as yet. For some of these models, I have found instructional videos on YouTube; and have provided links to view these PDF files as well as instructional videos accordingly. For more videos, please check out the category Instructional Videos on this site. In this category are those tutorials recorded by me. Model: Origami Tessellation batDesigned by: Anna Kastlunger (2006)Diagrammed by: Gerwin StrurmDiagram Courtesy: Origami ÖsteriieichDiagram: Tessellation Bat InstructionsImage Courtesy: Mélisande*’s photo stream Model: Car (VW Bug)Designed by: Charles Esseltine (2001)Edited by: Jeremy Shafer (2002)Diagrams: Car InstructionsImage Courtesy : egg.origamiYouTube Instructional Video: Part 1; Part 2 Model: Praying MantisDesigned by: Robert J.

Gói quà dễ thương chỉ trong 5' Túi quà nhỏ xinh này trông nữ tính quá! Đựng những món quà nhỏ vào bên trong là hết ý luôn nha! Cổ điển mà đẹp "thôi rồi"! Mình có thể thay kẹo bằng bánh quy đựng cũng rất yêu nhé! Một gợi ý gói quà rất hay ho cho mùa chia tay cuối cấp đó nghen. Gift bags made from envelopes The event for which I needed that non-Satanic craft was this past weekend. In addition to little demon-free booklets, we also made these mini gift bags. "Baglets," as one participant christened them. (Or maybe you'd spell it "Baglette"? Find an envelope of any size. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. All done. Update: Try this envelope gift bag project with decorative masking tape.

DIY :: Origami Christmas Tree And finally I managed to post this origami tree tutorial...for those who follow me on instagram, you know I've made these last week. So if you wanna know how to make this.... Starstruck at Christmas « Kate's Creative Space Regular followers will know of my obsession with all things paper, and with projects which take very little time or specialist skill. As Christmas draws ever closer, I’ve been experimenting with different types of festive stars and bring you some simple projects to try today. My usual reassuring criteria apply; these had to be things I could a) get right the first time – or very occasionally the second; b) could do in front of the TV, merlot in hand, and c) look far more elegant and skilled than the actual labour would suggest. I hope you’ll agree! Below you’ll find my instructions on how to make each of these stars; the classic 5-point Amish barn stars, 6-point folding stars and concertina or snowflake stars, which look beautiful hung in windows. Once you’ve got the hang of it, each of these are really simple to make and look beautiful when clustered together on a tree, or hung on a staircase - or even just gathered in a large bowl on the table. They make gorgeous gift-toppers too….

Paper Flowers – Anyone Can Do That | Japanese Kusudama, this tutorial is featured on Craftuts Anyone can do that, I assure you. The proof: I can, just take a quick look at my result below. And, believe me, I am neither meticulous nor particularly patient. You could even say I’m the opposite. Below you can see my very first attempt to create paper flowers. What you will need to make your own Kusudama paper ball? 1. 3. 4. (optionally) I prefer torn paper instead of cut. You have to start with a single petal. Now you have to glue your 5 petals into a flower. Apply the glue to only one side of each petal, except for the last one, in this case cover both sides with glue. Your first flower is done. Don’t glue every petal right after you make it. When all 12 flowers are finished you have to glue them together. When two halves of Kusudama Flower Ball are ready you have to glue them together.

Window Star tutorial I made some Waldorf-style window stars to decorate our big living room windows. I like to put them up in the winter, to liven up the wintry view. They are a bit fiddly, but satisfying to crank out, not unlike cut paper snowflakes. Actually, my son Julian, who is 7, made the green one, I was pleasently suprised he stuck with all the steps! Use the white paper as a work surface, it's easier to see what you are doing. Then fold it in half and crease well. Then fold the pieces each in half crosswise and cut. Next, open them out so you have a rectangle with a crease running down the center. See my not-quite tidy edge? Now on one end only, fold in the sides to meet at the middle. So after you've done that with all eight pieces, you will have this: Now put a small glob of glue on the corner of your white paper. Lay another piece on top of this, lining up the side edge of the point of the second one with the middle crease of the first one. Continue gluing and laying out the pieces... That's it!

Tuto cocotte en papier Bon, pour être franche, les cocottes en papier et moi ce n’est pas vraiment la bonne entente, je m’y suis attelé plusieurs fois, et à chaque fois le verdict est le même : oiseau écrasé et non jolie cocotte en papier, si vous voyez ce que je veux dire! Mais après vos réactions suite à cet article, il était temps de m’y mettre une bonne fois pour toutes… Alors attention les yeux, voici un petit tuto cocotte en papier à imprimer! Il vous suffit de cliquer sur l’image, de l’enregistrer sous et de l’imprimer. Et si, si je vous assure, quand on a le coup de main, c’est presque easy! 1* via SMP, 2* Mariages et babillages

Flocon en papier - Deco2noël Voici un joli flocon en papier qui demande peu de matériel, facile à réaliser et qui pourra être une jolie décoration à suspendre : Il vous faut 6 feuilles de papier blanc, calque ou de la couleur de votre choix, un cutter, de la colle et moins d’une heure de découpage. Tout d’abord, découper vos 6 feuilles en carré, replier chaque carré selon la diagonale et tailler 3 lignes bien parallèles à égale distance. Déplier vos carrés ainsi entaillés. Enrouler le carré intérieur et le coller. Retourner votre feuille et faire la même chose avec le 2nd cadre. Continuer sur le même principe avec les 2 derniers cadres et ce pour les 6 feuilles de papier. Assembler ensuite les 2 demi-flocons. N’hésitez pas à tenter l’expérience avec des morceaux de papier plus petits, afin de varier la taille de vos flocons en papier !