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Using the art of Japanese paper folding, you can make an attractive refuse container from recycled paper. This is a guide about making an origami garbage bin.
This is a guide about making an origami paper flower. A beautiful flower arrangement can be made folding new or recycled paper with this Japanese paper art.
This is a guide about making an origami envelope. Using any kind of paper you can fold an attractive envelope for small gifts, notes and gift cards.
This is a guide about dollar bill origami ideas. Making folded paper origami designs using paper money is a fun gift idea.
This is a guide about origami LED light embellishments. If you know how to make origami folded paper items then you can create some cute, colorful covers for a string of LED lights.
This is a guide about making a toilet paper origami fan. Add a decorative touch to your bathroom decor with this easy origami toilet paper fan.
This guide is about making origami turtles. You can create many interesting objects with this Japanese paper folding art.
This is a guide about making an origami chopstick wrapper. Put your origami skills to use or try this project if you are a beginner, and make these pretty chopstick wrappers for a special occasion.
Here is a very simple pin cushion. Use the lidded box origami fold instructions and make at least one or the other, top or bottom of the box.. Use a felt scrap to fit down into the box, rolled and snuggly tucked in.
Origami has endless possibilities for designs you can fold. Making dollar origami hearts is a great way to give some extra money to someone along with a gift or just as a gift themselves.
Making an origami basket is an essay to make place to store things or even as a gift basket. This is a guide about making an origami basket.
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By Cliff L
I found one like it here.
Long ago and far away (when I was in college), a guy that I was dating gave me an origami flower (it was 3D and had a 3D pyramid in the center - I think there were 4 or 6 3D petals). Does anyone know how to make this flower or other 3D origami flowers?
Heather from CT
I think it might have been a traditional lily. Have a look at this website to see if you recognise it.