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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

The finished Origami Tulip will only show one side of the paper, so the color of the paper only matters on one side.

Be sure to crease well after each fold.

Begin with the water bomb base. Find the instructions for the water bomb base HERE.

Origami Tulip tutorial from Jessie At Home 1

Fold both bottom points up to the center top point.

Origami Tulip tutorial from Jessie At Home 2

Flip over and repeat last step.

Origami Tulip tutorial from Jessie At Home 3

Swing left flap over to right.

Origami Tulip tutorial from Jessie At Home 4

Fold side flaps in towards center. Tuck one flap inside other slightly and press.

Origami Tulip tutorial from Jessie At Home 5

Flip over and repeat last step.

Origami Tulip tutorial from Jessie At Home 6

Peel back 4 petal flaps and blow into bottom hole to inflate tulip. Sometimes a little pinching and shaping needs to happen to get everything in shape.

Origami Tulip tutorial from Jessie At Home 7

Now go fourth and cover the world in happy little origami tulips!

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Origami Tulip - so many ways to brighten up your day!

5 thoughts on “Origami Tulip – so many ways to brighten up your day!”

  1. You lost me on the last move, how do you make the flower base flat? The 2nd to the last picture the bottom is pointed, and that is where I am. This last move is kinda crucial, if you can can show us it’ll be appreciated. Thanks!

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    • Peel back 4 petal flaps and blow into bottom hole to inflate tulip. Sometimes a little pinching and shaping needs to happen to get everything in shape.

      It’s a common Origami step – maybe if you google “inflating origami” you might find a video of someone doing it? You just blow carefully into the bottom hole and shape it.

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