Watch how easy it is to it is to make a Japanese kusudama. This video shows you how to make a paper rose star much like origami.
With this guide, you'll learn how to make a medicine ball from 30 sheet sheets of folded paper using origami, the traditional art of Japanese paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started making your ow ...more
Make a Japanese kusudama, or as it is more commonly known a 3D paper medicine ball. It resembles origami but much more fun. This modular origami model requires 20 units.
In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to make an origami Kusudama Venus. For this project, you need square sheets of paper of different colors. First you fold a sheet diagonally across to form a triangle. Then fold it again to form a smaller triangle. Open up ...more
Learn how to turn classic lilies (or irises) into a kusudama. Use a cuboctahedron frame as a basis (12 lilies) and turn them into double lilies (another 12 are required).
In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to make an 18-unit curler kusudama with origami. Kusudama is a Japanese paper ball that is made out of a large number of smaller shapes glued together. This video will show you how to do this without the need to sew or gl ...more
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In this video, we learn how to quickly make an origami kusudama. This only requires six pieces of paper to make. First, fold one piece of paper into a triangle, then open it up and fold it in a triangle on the opposite side. Open this back up then flip over. Bend in the edges ...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
These are step-by-step instructions on how to fold a Japanese paper ball (Kusudama). These are very cool origami decorations and can be hung all around the house, and these paper balls are also an excellent decorations or Christmas tree ornaments. This modular origami model re ...more
Learn how to make this origami cherry blossom Ku-Kusudama. This is a very lengthy, complicated project, so it's probably not a good one for beginners.
Looking for a next-level origami project? Make a 3D paper medicine ball or kusudama! With this guide, you'll learn how to make a paper kusudama using origami, the traditional art of Japanese paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding ...more
Have a go at this dodecahedron "flower-ish" kusudama model by Enrica Dray. You can do a lot of different things with the modules both in appearance as well as locking them together. Check out this how-to video if you want to origami Enrica's dodecahedron kusudama. Maybe you ar ...more
The English rose has traditionally been a beautiful young woman who glows with beauty and sensibility. Yet she is also very English and possesses a stylish and endearing quirkiness. This origami tutorial translates this English rose look to paper, showing you how to create a ...more
Kusudama origami is more of a work of art than just plain old paper folding. It's not only crafty, it's mathematical. Japanese kusudama is created by sewing multiple identical pyramidal units together to form a 3D paper model, like this 3D meteoroid. Although there is not ver ...more
This video provides instrucion on how to make an origami kusudama - or a modular origami ball. This model requires 30 units.
Okay, so you can probably tell by the picture of this project alone that it isn't for origami beginners. That being said, if you feel you are a true origami folding, finger aerobatic champion, then check out this video to learn how to fold a complex 3D man wearing a ruffled tu ...more
You really NEED to be VERY PATIENT, VERY BORED or HAVE TOOO MUCH TIME to do this project... I actually don't know how I made it!!!... It took me 3 days to finish it! All you need besides time is a lot of origami paper and string or glue.
A kusu what?? Learn how to create a kusudama, or a paper medicine ball made with multiple identical pyrimidal units, by watching this video. The kusudama is a very important stepping stone into modular origami but is different from that origami genre because all the individua ...more
This is origami, but it's more of a work of art. A perfect 3D mathematical kusudama, which is created by sewing multiple identical pyramidal units together to form a 3D Japanese paper model. It's really addictive! This is an easy kusudama and you can make it in just one day. ...more
Learn how to fold simple origami Kusudama with instruction by Ancella Simoes. Be sure to click on all 3 chapters for full instructions. Ancella Simoes is the author of the Origamiancy Blog and creator of all the Origamiancy origami tutorial videos on WonderHowTo. From Ancella ...more
This video tutorial demonstrates how to fold a Bluten Kusudama. For this we have start with an eight by eight cm piece of paper. Fold it into half. Fold the half into another half so as to make the paper into four equal parts. Now fold this into half creating a cube. Now open ...more
This model is a modular origami 6 unit ball. Diagrams on Yurii and Katrin Shumakov's website: http://library.thinkquest.org/27152/towns/oriville/oriver/practice/05.htm
Use double sided paper, 12-30 parts. Six parts is too small and you can't see the form of the rose. Fold in half. Fold in half again. Fold the bottom tip to the first line and rotate. Repeat with other tip. Do your right side because that's how you attach the units. Be careful ...more
1st Origami tutorial video in months!! I show you how to make a kusudama Origami ball in the Diana Variation Video: .