This video, for simplekidscrafts.com, tells us how to make an origami necktie. This is a very easy crafts project, suitable for kids and adults alike. It doesn't require a long list of materials, only a sheet of origami paper is needed. The sheet of paper is then folded ten ti ...more
How to Make Tie Origami
In this episode of the Southwest Yard & Garden series, John White discusses common plant problems with the help of Dr. Natalie Goldberg an extension plant pathologist. The common shrub problem discussed is Powdered mildew, which is shown on a japonica shrub. The common tree pr ...more
This video tutorial demonstrates how to make an Origami necktie and a shirt card. Begin with a square two sided paper. Fold the paper in half, forming a triangle. Open it back up and use the center fold as a guide. Take one corner and fold it in toward the center fold. Repeat ...more
Sure, you've probably seen a million YouTube videos that feature the impressive schemes of 2,000-sided modular origami balls that seem to defy gravity as well as patience. But sometimes the simplist origami craft is the most striking. The origami collared shirt and tie-shaped ...more
A TIE Fighter might not ever see the light of day outside of the television. Not a real starfighter, anyway. But you can model our very own Star Wars TIE Fighter with some simple paper. It might take a while, but folding this origami Star Wars TIE Fighter will be worth every s ...more
Going to a black tie affair and don't have a bow tie? Well, this video won't help you in the least - but, while you're trying to figure out what to do, you can nervously fold an origami bow tie out of a dollar bill... Don't know how? Watch this video from Fold Something.
These step by step instructions help you to fold your own money origami bow tie. Perfect for beginners. Money origami is great for presents and tips!
With just a few simple folds you can turn a $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, or even $100 bill into a nice bowie...Try it for your next state dinner and see if you get any looks from the crowd.
Show your father how much you love him this Father's Day by crafting a literal representation of your feelings. This cute and easy to make origami heart comes adorned on top with a handsome white tie, sending your father messages of thanks and kindness. Watch this beginner le ...more
Don't have enough cash to gift your dad a real tie this Father's Day? Then save some money and make your own! While this easy origami tie may not hold up as well as the real one, it's a great prank gift and can be used on top of a package as a nice finishing touch. Watch this ...more
We know that Father's Day seems ions away, but spring is approaching swiftly (we see the snow melting outside already) and the occasion will be here sooner than you think! Get ready for Father's Day by folding this simple origami shirt complete with a tie. It's made from a do ...more
Dollar bill origami is fun, simple & cute. All you need is a dollar bill and some origami folding skills. Spend your spare dollar on some creativity... and you will end up with a cute origami figurine. Watch this origami money tutorial to learn how to fold a dollar bill to for ...more
The best cards are always homemade with a lot of love (the same can't be said for presents; sometimes Dad just needs that power saw). And since Father's Day is coming up quickly, why not make your daddy a card rather than purchase a personality-less mass-produced one? Watch t ...more
Fold an origami necktie. Origami Club in English is a free origami information site, with origami animations and origami diagrams. Diagrams for each origami works are printable on B5 and A4 paper. These instructional animated slides teach you how to easily fold a tie Japane ...more
Using strings to tie little brown packages is SO Julie Andrews circa "The Sound of Music" era. Get in touch with the fun experimental quality of modern gift wrapping by watching this beginner origami tutorial. You'll see how to create an origami rose, accompanied by a separat ...more
A demonstration on how to make a lucky star from folded paper with origami is shown in this video. For this you need to get a strip of paper. Attractive papers are available at the stores for this. First to start up take an end of the strip of paper and tie a knot, flatten it ...more
Do you like Starwars? You'll gonna love this: an Origami Tie Fighter Grab some black paper with a white backside use big (min 15cm x 15cm) and thin (max. 60g/m²) paper fold according to video and diagram Warnings that model isn't easy beginners may get lost here Link to ...more
This paper-folding video tutorial from Origami Blogs will teach you how to origami a necktie. Folding an origami paper necktie is easy, so just follow along with the video demonstration and make your own mens fashionable tie. Maybe use colored paper instead of white though, t ...more
I got hooked on origami sometime after Math Craft admin Cory Poole posted instructions for creating modular origami, but I had to take a break to finish a quilt I've been working on for a while now. It's my first quilt, and very simple in its construction (straight up squares, ...more
If you've run out of time for all of our more time-consuming Halloween costume ideas, here are some places on the web for free, downloadable paper masks. There must be at least 100 options among these links to satisfy your last-minute costume needs! Just download, print, and c ...more
Some people put up their holiday decorations as soon as Thanksgiving is over. Some wait until Christmas Eve. Right now, the only thing in my whole apartment that would tip you off is a tiny little fake tree on the counter. I've been planning on decorating all month, but I have ...more
Everyone knows how to make paper snowflakes, but the kind you learned to cut in kindergarten can get a little boring. However, they are free DIY holiday decorations, and they don't have to be a generic snowflake design. They can be anything you want, from nerdy math kirigami t ...more
The very first banknotes were used by the Chinese in the 7th century, during the Tang Dynasty. Before it was used as a true currency, paper money was used as part of a deposit system in which merchants would leave large amounts of coins with a trusted associate and receive a p ...more