Easy Origami Quilt Wall Art Tutorial – DIY – Paper Kawaii

Easy Origami Quilt Wall Art Tutorial – DIY – Paper Kawaii

Origami Quilt
Level 2 – Easy You will need: 1 or more sheets of square paper.
Used: 17 x 17 cm. Module size: 8.5 x 8.5 cm
Use as many squares as you like. Hope you enjoy the tutorial! Please like comment and subscribe! – It really helps! ♥︎ Make lots of these to create a big display, stick them to cardboard or frame them. Start with the color you want on the inside, facing up. Now that you’ve made one, make as many as you like for your origami quilt artwork!

37 thoughts on “Easy Origami Quilt Wall Art Tutorial – DIY – Paper Kawaii

  1. Amazing amazing work love it. also the colour you choose. 😍 really enjoy watching your wonderful work. going to do this. 😚 thank you so much for showing and sharing. 😊🌹🌹🌹

  2. Hi origami people! Also have a Kawaii Box giveaway running! Click here to enter: https://goo.gl/sXT2NE 💗😊

  3. It is crazy that you just uploaded this! I was looking up various practical origami inspiration on Pinterest yesterday, and I pinned this exact pattern!
    Thank you so much for the upload! I can't wait to make this!

  4. this i amazing i have always wanted to make origami wall art ps i love all your other videos especially the organisers and draws and your choice of music is awesome

  5. Wow, this is absolutely stunning! Beautiful colors. I really want to enter your giveaway, but the only social media I use is Youtube. ;_;

  6. Omg wall art!!! I just stuck some giant origami butterflies on my wall but they were starting to lose their charm.

  7. I love your vids. Literally. Your choice of music and how nice you do it and everything.
    Girl, Your Rock!!!!

  8. I loved your video! I just ordered the perfect paper to make a large quilt to hang on my wall. Thank you for the inspiration!

  9. Wall art by origami is such an interesting idea… would you like to make videos like this in the near future?

  10. Can you do a tutorial for this origami? http://www.origamiseiten.de/forcher/fuchs96.pdf pleeeeeease😣😣

  11. This is very beautiful and as always you are very good at it.. I tried this for the lid of a box which came out very well. (divide the size of the box in 3, then the result times 2..then you have the size you need for 9 of these)

  12. …And after folding enough you just made your wall(s) magically disappear! I mean this is so cute, can you blame me?! I also thought of making them smaller but they are harder to fold after a while… saves up space though! ^___^

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