My eco-friendly origami paper inspires me to create Christmas trees and assorted animals which are elegant, yet easy to store. I mainly used Origami for Christmas by Chiyo Araki as a guide, but one can find dozens of Christmas origami ideas on the web, as well.
15 thoughts on “Origami Christmas Part One”
Wow! I love origami, it’s beautiful! Love it!
Thanks, Elvira. So, I was thinking of you today as I was singing Jose Feliciano ‘s “Feliz Navidad “. It was a favorite of the little ones I taught. Is it as popular where you live?
Always a pleasure, Julie.
Love that song, yes it is some popular. My nephews like a lot.
Have a lovely day!
Lovely to see this festive collection of origami, Julie. A wonderful variation of colors and shapes, and all formed from flat paper.
Thanks, Jet. They are fun to make, and I always marvel that you can make so many objects from one little piece of paper.
These are lovely, Julie. You are so talented!
Utterly delightful! I love them. How long have you been making them?
Thanks, Laurie. When I was in my 20s I learned origami to pass the time while a broken leg healed. I’ve loved it ever since. I try to learn a new origami each Christmas, but as I have aged, I don’t seem to have the dexterity I used to, so I’m choosing simpler designs!
I do understand the dexterity issue. Simple sounds good, and what a lovely collection you have.
Those are so pretty. They made me smile.
Gee, thanks Tanja. 😉 😉
Those look great! You must have fun making them.
Thanks. I learned many years ago, and still enjoy making them.