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Origami Cicada – this bug won’t bug you at all!

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Folding an Origami Cicada the easy way!

These origami cicadas make no sound at all, they just sit quietly and look pretty. With my simple instructions for folding an Origami Cicada the easy way, you can fold your own origami cicada in no time at all. It’s a simple pattern I think looks best with paper that is a different color on each side. My dad who currently lives in Japan says that Japanese children love to catch cicadas and collect their empty shells in the summer. I haven’t seen to many cicadas here in New Jersey lately, so I say, “if you can’t catch them, fold your own!” Let’s relax, have a bit of fun, and start folding an origami cicada the easy way!

Origami Cicada from Jessie At Home

Folding an Origami Cicada the easy way, starts with folding the paper in half diagonally.

Origami Cicada Step 1

Next fold the two corners of the long side up to the third corner.

Origami Cicada Step 2

Fold one of the points half way down.

Origami Cicada Step 3

Repeat with the second point.

Origami Cicada Step 4

Fold the top layer of the top of the piece over just less than half way.

Origami Cicada Step 5

Fold the other layer of the top down just less than the last layer.

Origami Cicada Step 6

Fold one side under at an angle.

Origami Cicada Step 7

Fold the other side under at the same angle.

Origami Cicada Step 8

There you have it, my folding an origami cicada the easy way. For more fun origami tutorials from JAH  look HERE.

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