Color² Origami Coloring Ideas PDF Print E-mail

Color² origami paper designs can be colored with a variety of colored pencils, water based markers and even watercolors. The details of the designs can be brought out by blending and shading colors, by creating large washes of color with a brush or the side of a marker or by the tip or side of a richly pigmented colored pencil. When using watercolor, use water sparingly to minimize wrinkling of the paper but if the paper does gets wrinkled just spritz the back of the paper with water and dry flat under a stack of books. These papers can be folded into beautiful origami models or just left alone or used in paper crafting. Below are coloring examples from our 4515 package colored in by the artist who designed the paper!









Last Updated on Thursday, 01 September 2016 11:21
Jumping Frog Game PDF Print E-mail

The Jumping Frog Game is easy to make and fun to play. Watch this video and learn how to fold a frog and the box to jump in for hours of fun!

Last Updated on Thursday, 12 August 2010 13:27
Folded Box Bottom Video PDF Print E-mail

Sometimes a diagram just won't do. This easy to follow video will show you step by step, how to fold a four piece box bottom which is sized perfectly for the box top. The same size paper is used for both!

Last Updated on Thursday, 12 August 2010 13:27
Origami Flower Ornament PDF Print E-mail

Fold a fun flower out of plain origami paper and make it sparkle using pearlescent watercolors! This simple project can be used to decorate a holiday tree, or embellish a gift box or greeting card. Use your favorite pearlescent colors on a dark sheet of origami paper and the colors will pop!

Last Updated on Monday, 30 August 2010 16:42
Folded Box Top Video PDF Print E-mail

Learn how to fold and assemble a four piece folded box top with this easy to follow video tutorial. All you need are four sheets of origami paper at least 6" square and a flat surface to work on.

This video tutorial will show you how to fold and and assemble the popular four piece box top.   It's really fun to make and give as a gift!

Click here for the folded box bottom video.

Last Updated on Thursday, 12 August 2010 13:28
Origami Lily PDF Print E-mail

Dating as far back as 1580 B.C., when images of lilies were discovered in a villa in Crete, these majestic flowers have long held a role in ancient mythology. 

Last Updated on Thursday, 12 August 2010 13:28
Traditional Box PDF Print E-mail

A very easy to fold traditional box is made beautiful by textured pearl paper. This box was originally used for small offerings as the container sits on a little pedestal and has two carrying handles. The box folds flat for easy storage. The box is made with six inch paper, but try making it in larger larger sizes for more functionality.

Last Updated on Thursday, 12 August 2010 13:28
Kirigami Japanese Maple Leaf PDF Print E-mail

This beautiful leaf was demonstrated by origami master Mr. Kobayashi of Origami Kaikan in Tokyo Japan. A few easy folding steps and a good pair of scissors is all you need to get started on this project. This simple fold and cut leaf is great when made in different fall colors. Use origami paper, gift wrap, or different colors of rice papers and make the leaves in several sizes for a wonderful decoration.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 August 2010 13:15
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