Flora & insects

Rose (Design by Evi Binzinger)

by Ancella on November 27, 2011

in Flora & insects

This is a design diagrammed and shared by Evi Binzinger on Flickr. This design is a lot easier than other Rose designs out there, but there is effort required to get the curves for the petals especially – as with all origami floral designs which emphasize on the beauty and bloom of the flower. I […]

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Browsing the net for folding ideas and instructional videos, I came across this pretty Lotus which is a ‘traditional’ design. It is a very model to fold and takes about 10 to 15 minutes in all. You need 4 square sheets of Origami paper – Kami or any other paper of your choice. You will […]

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A few weeks ago, Dasa Severova designed a very pretty Perpetua flower design; what’s more is that she also took the pains to take a series of photo diagrams of the folding sequence and share it with everyone. This floral design is indeed very pretty and if you are at ease with squash folds, and […]

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This book – Origami Flowers Patterns – is the latest addition in my Origami Library and though I received it last week, I only got around to selecting a model to fold from this book, today. None of the designs in the book have any special names, but this particular rosette, is one of the […]

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I was in the mood of folding patterns today so after I got back from work I dug out Carmen Sprung’s Carambola, which Sara Adams so kindly shared the instructional video for. These flowers look really pretty when completed and they are pretty easy to fold, too. Paper to use: You can select any paper […]

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