Origami Projects : Origami Cherry Blossom: Part 2

Origami Projects : Origami Cherry Blossom: Part 2


Inside reverse fold that little triangle that
we just made, in there, and fold that flap right back over it. Turn it, and do the same
thing on this side. Inside reverse fold that triangle that we just made, and turn, hide
the, hide them behind this flap. Now take the entire unit and fold it in half, into
a mountain fold along the raw edge. And this, we are going to fold this flap, along this
edge, up.
And then, this little square we’re going to fold down. Same thing with this side, turn
it around. Fold it up, along that edge, in the opposite direction, so that this is still
open. And fold that square down. Fold the entire unit in half. The top raw edge and
this point, we are going to fold it down in a little triangle, triangular notch. And then
unfold, and then turning it, so that you have the folded edge facing towards you. Take your
fingers, pinch that triangle that we just made. And take this other fingers, insert
it into that little pocket, and as you fold, mountain fold this, bring that triangle to
one side. Fold it down. Mountain fold. And here this is one of the units for this modular.
Make 30, to form this ball.

3 thoughts on “Origami Projects : Origami Cherry Blossom: Part 2

  1. I know it's 3 months ago, but yes it's definitely 30 pieces. Although it looks like a flowery ball, all it really is is an Icosahedron in which each piece corresponds to one edge of the polyhedra.

  2. thankyou and no worries, there is a saying in my culture:"it's better late than never" and I apreciate that you helped me

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