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.
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.
To begin, fold the paper in half diagonally.
Open the paper and fold it in half again across the other diagonal. Fold each point of the long end down to the middle.
Fold both points up to the top corner.
Fold the two points out at an angle.
Fold the first of the two bottom flaps up partially.
Fold again at the center.
Fold both edges to the back
Tuck the bottom flap up into the helmet.
Find more Origami creations at: https://jessieathome.com/origami/
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