At the start of December, I wanted to offer you an article bringing together our different tutorials for Christmas decorations to hang on your tree! This article will be enriched with new DIYs as we publish them on the blog.
Here are the 8 tutorials that we are going to offer you in this article:
- the origami “accordion” angel
- the origami bell to hang
- the flat origami tree
- the little origami hanging cube
- the flat origami cross
- the flat 8-pointed star in origami
- the origami tassel
- the japanese paper angel
After falling under the spell of these little beads with smiling faces, I imagined a tutorial around them in order to make adorable Christmas angels. With this DIY, you can have fun combining different patterns and colors of Japanese paper to create the body of your angel.
This folding is based on that of the flat 8-pointed star. I really like the graphic lines, very “art deco” of the shape that we obtain once the basic folding is completed. Decorated with a few glittery pistils, this origami becomes a delicate decoration to hang on the tree!
This fold is one of my favorites for the Christmas period! It is also based on the folding of the flat 8-pointed star. This origami can be used on different supports: put in a frame, stuck on a card, etc.
These little hanging cubes remind me of adorable colorful candies! This folding is a shorter variation of the folding of the origami module . The result is particularly interesting by varying the Japanese papers on the different sides.
I particularly like the very graphic result of this origami! Two-tone Japanese papers are perfect for highlighting this folding.
If you have been following us for several years now, you must be familiar with this folding, simple and accessible to everyone! I really like varying the papers used on a single star in order to obtain a very colorful result! If you would like to discover other origami star tutorials, I refer you to the following articles: “ TUTO The Volume Star in Origami ” and “ TUTO The 5-Pointed Flat Star in Origami ”.
This folding is one of your favorites! I really like the delicate and graphic appearance of this origami.
This DIY, accessible to young people, is perfect for using your scraps of Japanese paper and obtaining a really adorable decorative pendant!
I hope this article has inspired you! Don't hesitate to share your creations with us if you make one of these tutorials.
See you soon,
What is your favorite DIY?