How To Make a Paper Crane: Origami Step by Step-Easy

How To Make a Paper Crane: Origami Step by Step-Easy

hello, I’m going to show you how to make a paper origami Crane and What I’m gonna do different in this tutorial is I’m going to use highlighters to Emphasize and illustrate each crease so it’s just gonna be a little bit easier step-By-step for and maybe the first time or if you’re new to do an origami so first you’re gonna need either origami paper or Printer paper that you can make into a square and which we want to do to do that is basically take this corner and fold It down along that Edge and then take a pair of scissors and Cut the excess paper off just like that And then when you open it back up You have a perfect square, and then this is going to be the first of your fold you’re going to want to do So I’ll go ahead and illustrate this one On the next slide this fold you’re going to take the other corner and two And fold it the other way Just like that And then now you want to flip it over And you’re going to fold it now into in half the other way to basically two rectangles And then you’ll want to do it the other way as well So now on this side now have a folds basically going the other way and Then once you get to this point. You’re Gonna want to Tilt it like that and these two folds right here It’s going to kind of naturally want to come together, and you want to fold along those edges and bring these two points Inward down to the bottom and then when you do that at the top Hold those crease down just like that, so then now you have the square basically. They’re kind of like four little triangular flanges coming out, and then you want to always keep the flaps on the bottom And then now for the next step once you get that creased real good if you want to take this corner right here this edge and Match along the center crease you have right here basically just fold these in And then once you do that flip it over and do the same thing on the other side I’m going to go ahead and illustrate those for you and actually there’s one more thing one. So you get those folded on both sides And the step isn’t necessary, but I like to do it as an extra Step is when you take the top part right here And give it just a little bit of a crease on top and that’ll help help guide a fold later on Then you want to go ahead and open up all four sides. I’m going to illustrate all these for you You’ll fold their fold and fold down Right there and the crease we did Right on top and so now Go ahead and illustrate the unit side fold Just like that, so you have folded like this And when you did that also full of the inside which then what you want to do is take this bottom flap? and push it up and Crease it right there where this fold is and then on the two inside creases basically fold those in Crease the bottom and then just kind of let this fall together into a crease just like that and then flip it over and Do the same thing and then you’re gonna want to take this and Kinda. Just give it a little bit of crease the other way And open it up now along these two folds right here. Oh Fold those in and let this all just kind of fall together. Just like that crease it real good And once you have that you’ll see the split part down at the bottom. I’m gonna keep that there and now what you’re going to want to do is take the Corner Edges and this right here and fold it in to the center. Just like this get on both sides It looks just like that Then fold it up. I’ll flip it over and do the same two folds just Like that so it looks like that Well, then now you don’t want to take the two flaps pinch them together At the same time pinch the other two together, so you’re basically just inverting what you have and You’ll get what looks like this and then from there look I already see a little bit of a crease right here Go on to fold up these parts on both sides flip it over fold it up there at the bottom and then now Basically invert it again so pinch these two together and pinch the back two together just Like that so then you’ll get this and then down at the bottom fold these over to get your wings Same thing on the other side And now you can see you have the wings and the last second last step we want to take these and along this edge right here, basically just kind of pull them out and Then pinch it and refold it right along that edge Same thing on this side then last step I’m gonna take the four the head basically push this down and pinch it in Just like that and there you have it you have a origami Crane

100 thoughts on “How To Make a Paper Crane: Origami Step by Step-Easy

  1. Great help! I actually followed along as you were doing it & it turned out like the picture.
    Iโ€™ve always been looking for a step-by-step tutorial on this and it helped a lot. Thanks!

  2. Poorly done.

    You used x10C LED lights making it uncomfortable and too bright too see the creases on the paper. The highlights make it very unusual and a waste of time. You went too fast making me mess up. This video is one of the worst origami videos I've ever seen. You paused the video forgetting to show the bottom crease in the first step. Very unusual and disturbing to my eye. Next time you do origami video at least do it right.

  3. Title: How to make a Paper Crane: Origami Step by Step 'Easy'
    Me: ._. …… No? -Scrunches up paper-This man is too fast :c tries a second time let me pause now. 79 minutes later.. why you bully me .

  4. Itโ€™s currently 5:30 ish am and insomnia got me down so I made a paper crane and it actually worked lmao

  5. I hate. You! You are so so so unhelpful and I didnโ€™t learn anything. Also youโ€™re obviously stupid bc you use so much incorrect grammar and incorrect terms.

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  7. Thank you so much this helped me a lot
    The other videos I've seen do not work but you're really good at doing this

  8. โ€œEasyโ€ they said… itโ€™ll be โ€œeasyโ€ Iโ€™m so lost maybe itโ€™s just me

  9. Omg its so good but the only thing is that. The man is too fast so for people who don't know how to change the speed if you are in phone on tablet just click the 3 dots on your right corner of the vid then click playback speed then it says normal go up normal there are the slow speeds you can click and for fast speed is at the bottom of normal

    anyways my duck was so cool i have it in my desk

  10. Thank You, Thank You, Thank You. This was more understandable than what others do. Please do more videos. It's my first time doing this.

  11. I love this video it helped me a lot!all the other videos of origami went to fast or didn't explain well,but this was the best video for origami ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. I have never been able to fold a paper crane and I got it on the first try thanks to this video! Thanks!

  13. thanks for teaching me l now have more stress and anxiety and a bunch of origami papers in the dustbin ;-;

  14. I am the least practical person ever and I get confused by the easiest things but managed to do this, wooooo!

  15. Me : tries to do it for the first time and succeds
    Also me : tries to do it for the second time and actually forgets all of the steps

  16. Thanks so much! Iโ€™m so proud of my Crane, and love how it turned out. Great video with easy to follow steps. Iโ€™m 12 and did this! :O

  17. who else struggled as much as i did? lol! my origami thing did not really look like a crane it looked like a deformed swan lmao

  18. This kid folded the cranes for everyone in my class as a project and she folded the wings wrong and im really good at origami and i tried to correct her but she started to take it offensively and im like bruh ok buddy

  19. I have see several different ways to fold a crane & none of them work for me. The video is the simplest way to fold a crane & very well explained. Thank you so much!!!!!

  20. Me and my sister shiro are making these for my dad in Japan, my little sister wants to make 1000 lolol, going to try to mail it to him lolol

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