I previously touched upon carambola flowers in my last blog post. After a bit of trying and searching, this excellent video by ZIZ origami helped me understand how to fold one properly. I highly recommend you check it out! I made a bunch of flowers out of three shades of blue. The paper was cut […]
When you look up origami bouquets, you might see images of different types of origami flowers, folded from patterned or themed paper, and tied up neatly and used as a decoration or even a bride’s bouquet. Most of the bouquets I’ve made before have all been one type of flower but in different colour shades, […]
Hi, it’s been a long while! I’ll be uploading some old photos to catch up on things I’ve missed. One of my old makes, the blue kusudama flower bouquet, has found new life in my new flat. It sits on top of a cabinet next to the window. And I thought, I could totally make […]
I ordered this pack of patterned paper ages ago and finally decided to bring it out. On Amazon, you can find this shop called Jong Ie Nara who sell lots of origami-related things. This one I have is a collection of 40 papers with 20 different designs. They are also double-sided.
For the past month or so, I’ve been learning the art form of the Naomiki Sato rose. No kidding! It’s a very difficult flower to make. Photo tutorials never did it for me, but I finally came across this video (part 1) which shows how to make a rose with as few creases as possible; it’s […]