Origami wall decor | DIY tutorial quick and easy | Paper folding art – Origami | Decorating Ideas

Origami wall decor | DIY tutorial quick and easy | Paper folding art – Origami | Decorating Ideas


Hello, I’m Hang-Shuen. Have you ever heard of origami? It’s the ancient Japanese art of paper folding. Often into compact shapes like animals, flowers,
but also geometric forms…It can even be used to decorate a wall! You will need A4 paper. About 30 to 40 pages in different colors. and double-sided sticky tape. That’s it! We can already start. First of all fold the paper up diagonally
from the bottom right to meet the top edge – smooth to midpoint. Fold the remaining piece to the right. And really smooth down the fold firmly. Then unfold it again and then fold in the left-hand side piece
again This time the bottom edge is folded over that
piece – unfold. Then fold the paper over so the right hand
edge meets the left one. And press down firmly on the crease. the unfold it again. Now fold in all the corners so they meet in
the middle. And open it up again. Then place the folded-over left-hand side
onto the right one and fold a diagonal line in the bottom half. Open it up and press the diagonal line upwards
to form a triangle. Then fold down the tip of the triangle into
the middle. You can already see that a pyramid shape is
emerging. We carry on with the upper right hand corner. Fold this up to the next crease. This creates a flap to tuck in when the shape
is finished. And there’s your pyramid. Make about 40 of them. Then add double-sided sticky tape to the surfaces
of the shape. Now you stick them on the wall. You can choose the pattern that you form yourself. Voilà – stand-out wall decor! In this project the choice of colour is very
important. If you’d like a different color combination,
simply look for color palettes online. And get inspired.

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