Origami Pattern

Origami Knight Helmet Pattern – written and pictorial tutorial

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The Origami Knight Helmet is so versatile! You can make it with printer paper and it will be about 3.5″ tall, which would make nifty place settings. Use bigger or smaller rectangles to make different size helms. You could even have a medieval party and first decorate your paper, then make the Knight Helmets out of the paper! So many ideas.
You will find the written and pictorial pattern for the Origami Knight Helmet below.

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Origami Modular Cube – written, pictorial & video tutorial

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The Origami Modular Cube is made with 6 identical pieces joined together. You could hide something inside and use it as a gift box. I made two small boxes and turned them into earrings. Use all the same color paper, or various colors, just have fun! You will find the written and pictorial pattern for the Origami Modular Cube below. There is also a video tutorial at the end of this post.

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Origami Bunny Head – Fun for all ages!

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The Origami Bunny Head Pattern is super simple to make, so it’s great for kids and beginners. Turn them into holiday bunting, attach them to cards or presents, stick a few in with candy, or so many other ideas! You can use them in class gifts if you’re trying to stay away from food. Use different size paper to make these cuties in any size! You will find the written and pictorial pattern for the Origami Bunny Head below.

Bunny Head Origami Tutorial by Jessie At Home
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Origami Photo Frame – Make this any size you want!

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The Origami Photo Frame is a great way to show off a favorite photo, drawing, or business card. There are so many items that would benefit from one of these lovely frames. You will find the written and pictorial pattern for the Origami Photo Frame below. There are also instructions at the end of the pattern on how to make the frame any size.

Origami has been one of my hobbies since I was 8 years old. My grandmother introduced me to origami and it remains something that keeps her close to my heart. I’m pleased to be able to share this ancient art form with you! You can find more Origami Pattern Tutorials here: https://www.jessieathome.com/origami-patterns/

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Origami Slanted Bowl – Use it for notions, jewelry, snacks, and more!

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The Origami Slanted Bowl can hold small items or you can make it with larger paper to hold larger items. Get creative with your paper! I’ve even made it with really large newspaper and wrapping paper squares to use for party serving bowls.

Origami has been one of my hobbies since I was 8 years old. My grandmother introduced me to origami and it remains something that keeps her close to my heart. I’m pleased to be able to share this ancient art form with you! You can find more Origami Pattern Tutorials for here: https://jessieathome.com/category/crafts/origami/origami-pattern/

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Origami Pumpkin Pattern – written and pictorial tutorial

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The Origami Pumpkin Pattern is a great way to celebrate the fall. It can be used as a place card, stung as garland, glued onto a card, decorated as a Jack-o-Lanturn, and so much more. You can make a stem with paper, felt, a pipe cleaner, or whatever you want. You will find the written and pictorial pattern for the Origami Pumpkin below.

Origami has been one of my hobbies since I was 8 years old. My grandmother introduced me to origami and it remains something that keeps her close to my heart. I’m pleased to be able to share this ancient art form with you! You can find more Origami Pattern Tutorials for here: https://jessieathome.com/category/crafts/origami/origami-pattern/

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Origami Iris – A beautiful, dimensional flower that is sure to impress!

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The origami iris is such a lovely flower that will show off your paper-folding skills. Pair it with the stem and leaf pattern I shared last week, or make it one it’s own in various sizes. Origami iris is an intermediate pattern, but take it one step at a time and you will be making fields of these beauties!

Origami Iris - Japanese Paper Folding Tutorial by Jessie At Home
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Origami Flower Stem and Leaf – This can be used for nearly any of your origami blooms!

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The Origami Flower Stem and Leaf is so quick easy to make and can be used to display nearly any of your origami blooms! It takes just one square of paper to make both the stem and the leaf. Though it may look delicate, it’s surprisingly sturdy. The Origami Flower Stem and Leaf will quickly become a regular in your origami repertoire.

Origami Flower Stem and Leaf Tutorial from Jessie At Home
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Origami Tulip – so many ways to brighten up your day!

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Origami tulips can brighten up your day in so many ways. You can pit them on twigs or dowels to make a bouquet or give them as gifts. For outdoor parties they can be placed in bushes to add some color. You can make tiny tulips and spray them with clear varnish to make earrings! Plus, next month I will teach you how to make an origami stem and leaf to use with flowers including your origami tulip!

Origami Tulip tutorial from Jessie At Home
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Origami Basket With Handle – a lovely way to hold your special items!

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The origami basket with handle is such a pretty and useful creation. You can make it in a variety of sizes for so many uses. I think it makes a really cute way to put out candy or even to hold some rings. You can also use it as a gift basket as long as you have large sturdy paper and a light enough gift. There are just so many ideas!

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Easy Origami Cup Tutorial – Great for snacks, trinkets, or even drinking!

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The Easy Origami Cup Tutorial will be your best friend at your next party. It can work as a snack cup, be filled for a goodie bag, and if lined with wax paper will even work as a drink cup. Change up the size of your starting square to change the size of your origami cup.

Easy Origami Cup Tutorial from Jessie At Home

In the Easy Origami Cup Tutorial you will see both sides of the origami paper. Therefor it’s a nice idea to use paper that is a different color or pattern on both sides. Be sure to crease well after each fold.

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Origami Butterfly – These would make a great addition to a hand made mobile!

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Isn’t this Origami Butterfly pretty? Imagine if you made it with a patterned paper. They can be stuck on walls, added to collages, placed on plants, or even put on a wire and added into a floral arrangement. Think of all the possibilities!

Origami Butterfly tutorial from Jessie At Home

Only one side of the paper is seen on the finished Origami Butterfly, so the color of the back of the paper does not matter. Be sure to crease well after each fold.

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Origami Plain Box – Great for storage or gift-giving!

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The Origami Plain Box is one of my favorite pieces of origami to make. It is so useful! You can use 2 squares of paper, one about 1/2 inch smaller than the other, to make a box with a lid for gifts. You can make them in various sizes for organization. I’ve even made big ones out of craft paper for snacks at a party!

Origami Plain Box tutorial from Jessie At Home

Only one side of the paper will be seen on the completed box, so the color of the back side of the paper does not matter. Be sure to crease well after each fold.

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Origami Little Bird – try placing them in your houseplants

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The Origami Little Bird is just so sweet. Make them in a variety of colors and place them in your houseplants for a little whimsy! Try making them in various sizes to create a whole little family.

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Origami Little Bird tutorial from Jessie At Home

The Origami Little Bird looks best when made with paper that is a different color or pattern on both sides. Be sure to crease well after each fold.

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Origami Fortune Teller – bring out your inner child!

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Who doesn’t have memories of these Origami Fortune Tellers from their childhood? We wrote all over them and picked a number and a color and found out what our futures would bring. For some reason I remember they were also sometimes called cootie catchers.

Origami Fortune Teller tutorial from Jessie At Home

Only one side of the paper will be visible on the Origami Fortune Teller, so the color of the back side of the paper does not matter. Be sure to crease well after each fold.

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Origami Helmet – make it any any size from Mouse to Bear!

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The Origami Helmet is such a fun piece to make. I remember making them out of big squares of newspaper to make a hat for myself when I was little. You can start with different size papers to make different size hats for anyone – or even for all your toys. This is a great way for a little one to start learning origami.

Origami Helmet tutorial from Jessie At Home

The origami helmet can be made with paper that is a different color on both sides for a decorative effect. Be sure to crease well after each fold. (more…)

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