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/
Be sure to crease well after each fold.
Step 1: The Origami Pumpkin starts with the Square Base, with the open corner facing down.
Step 2: Take the left flap and flip it to the right, fold the top side of the flap to the center, then flip it back to the left.
Step 3: Repeat Step 2 in the opposite direction with the right flap.
Step 4: Take the left flap and flip it to the right, fold the bottom side of the flap to the center, then flip it back to the left.
Step 5: Repeat Step 4 in the opposite direction with the right flap.
Step 6: Turn over. Fold the top point to the center. Fold the bottom point about half way to the center.
Step 7: Fold both sides in a small amount to make the sides of the pumpkin.
Step 8: Turn over and the pumpkin is done! Add a stem and decorate if you like.
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