Ever wonder how to make an amazing piece of art just using paper and some glue? This video takes you through the step-by-step process of how to make a Transforming Spike Ball. The video includes the materials needed, and a video demonstration of all the steps that you will nee ...more
Fold your own eight pointed transforming ninja star! This is a modular origami model, where you will join eight identical modular pieces together to form the star. You can even make this out of Post-It notes, or any square paper!
A gift is doubly special when the box it arrives in is also a gift. In this video, we'll see how to transform a single sheet of paper into an elegant gift box. This project isn't ideal for beginners, but if you have a little origami experience this shouldn't be too challenging.
Bounty paper towels claim they can absorb up to 3X more than ordinary paper towels, but they can't transform into cutesy little snails unless you lend them a helping hand (or two). Make Optimus Prime from "Transformers" look like kid's play by watching this tutorial on how to ...more
This unbelievable paper craft toy is made of triangles and tape. Unlike origami, it has hinges and can transform to form many different 3D objects.
Hi, welcome to this origami video! This origami video is a great tutorial on how to make a transforming shuriken(ninja disk). What you need: 2 pieces of paper scissors(optional,easier) PATIENCE This wonderful piece of origami is broken up into units(different parts) so it a ...more
Buddha doesn't just sit on a lotus flower because it's kind of fun sitting on a flower throne. In many Asian traditions, the lotus flower represents sexual purity and non-attachment, which are the core tenets of Buddhism. Stake out your own little piece of zen by making an or ...more
This video shows you how to turn your napkin into a star for a perfect Christmas table. It is as simple as napkin origami. Make a pretty napkin origami star for your table next holiday season.
Everybody has place card holders that can be bought from various stores. However, this video by Ngai Chen Cheung shows how you can make your own place card holder using only a square piece of paper and a bit of origami skills. The first steps consist of folding the square pie ...more
Watch this origami tutorial and in no time at all you'll transform an ordinary piece of paper into a fabulous, beautiful swan, unsuspectingly reenacting the classic gratifying story of "The Ugly Duckling." All you need are two hands with more or less dexterous fingers and a pi ...more
This tough origami gorilla would totally kick King Kong's ass in a one-on-one match-up. Or at least we think so. With a broad, intimidating body and a strong, confident scowl on his face, this gorilla is not one to be messed with. If you're interested in making this origami g ...more
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
It's Monday, which means once again, it's time to highlight some of the recent community submissions posted to the Math Craft corkboard. In this post, we'll also make a flexagon, which is a type of transformable object. Rachel Mansur of Giveaway Tuesdays posted several pictur ...more
This video origami tutorial shows how to transform a single sheet of square paper into an eight point star. Follow along with the demonstrator as she folds up this origami project. Watch this instructional video and learn how to origami a folded 8 point star.
Video: . Learn how to make a paper modular origami magic rose cube instructions. This is a great modular origami model made by 6 units. The cube (box) may transforming easy for few second into paper rose and vice versa. This is a nice origami figure that you can make for val ...more
Origami is the Japanese art of folding paper, which has been around since the 1600s. The word origami comes from the two Japanese words ori, meaning "folding," and kami, meaning "paper." Traditionally, one sheet of paper is transformed into a three-dimensional object without ...more