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Christmas Angel or Fairy designed by David Brill

Christmas Angel / Fairy (Design by David Brill)

by Ancella on December 21, 2009

in Human forms and Objects

Christmas Angel / Fairy (Design by David Brill)

Christmas Angel / Fairy (Design by David Brill)

With Christmas just a few days away, I have been working on a couple of Christmas decorations in Origami along with the house decorations and a load of other things.

I had this Christmas Fairy / Angel design by David Brill in my Origami Collection of diagrams so I thought I’d give it a try.

What paper to use:

You can make use of duo colored paper, tissue foil paper or even printer paper cut into a square for this model. I have used Silver colored tissue paper which you get in local stores for gift wrapping. It’s silver colored on one side and white or blank on the other. The idea behind using duo colored paper is that the ‘head’ or ‘hair’ of the Angel turns out to be the ‘colored’ shade in the end.

How to fold the angel:

David Brill luckily, provides the diagram for this model on his website; hence it is freely available for all. 🙂

You can also check out this instructional video which was posted recently on folding this model:

The model is pretty easy to fold and there is no need for any ‘wet folding’ even for the Angel’s wings! All you have to do is make crisp folds to the wings and your model will look great.

Well, have fun folding…and Happy Holidays!! 😀

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