Star by Abbaas Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran) I made this model of a star. This unit origami was designed by Winson Chan
Business Card Holder by Phillip Bonner (Goolwa South Australia) I searched for a Business Card Holder and found one by Romie Halabaso that would suit my needs. But, alas, there were no instructions and frequent attempts at contacting Romie were not answered. Therefore I thought I would create my own and this is them. Romie… Continue reading Business Card Holder by Phillip Bonner
Rose by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This is folded from a box origami.
Mini or Desktop Picture Frame by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This origami made using the famous, traditional Yakko folding technique.
Stephen’s Owl by Stephen Watson (Leyland, Lancashire UK) 535 venture folded units are used in this model. Unlike most venture unit models the use of additional stick-on eyes and ears were not used. The color of the units give the model the characteristics and remove the need for glue so, technically, the owl, although being… Continue reading Stephen’s Owl by Stephen Watson
Box by Abbas Shahrokhi (Iran) I folded this box with two rectangle paper for lid and two rectangle paper for body.
Rose by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This is folded from a box origami.
Pyramid Box by Evi Binzinger (Muenster/Germany) Origami Pyramid Box folded from one sheet of paper by Evi Binzinger. Crease Pattern available here.
Double Leaf Ornament by Kristopher (Arizona) This is a perfect ornament for Christmas! See more Christmas ornaments here.
Star Box by Evi Binzinger (Muenster/Germany) Star Box created and folded by Evi Binzinger from a single square piece of paper, no glue, no cuts. Paper: gold washi paper
Triangular Dipyramid Polyhedron by Abbas Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran)
Triceratops by Abbas Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran) I folded this model for an exhibition. Model created by Jerry Harris, diagram found here.
Hexane CH3(CH2)4 CH3 by Abbas Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran) I folded this hexane model with Tornillo units. CH3-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH3
Octahedral Polyhedron by Abbas Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran) I made this model with Tornillo unit and made connection unit by myself. No glue used. ** Note from Editor: the units used to make this model was originally created in 1985 by Paolo Bascetta.
Saar Stars from Pentagons by Kathy Knapp (Peoria, Illinois, USA) Large Saar Star is from tissue foil. Small one from silver paper, set in center of larger one.
Origami Xmas Tree by Beverly Robinson (So. PortlandMaine) These are a couple of Xmas trees I made….Beverly
Flat Origami by A.S. (ir) I folded this model from an equilateral triangle.
F-22 Raptor by Thomas Leung-Tack (Canada) I folded this model by the origami tanteidan convention 13 Enjoy it!
Origami Model by Abbas Shahrokhi (Iran) I folded this model without diagram or instruction. There’s no name for that: this is an easy model anyone can do.
Vase by Amir Hossein (Iran) Vase made with Chinese Paper Units. Read more here.
Boy and Girl by Abbas Shahrokhi (Iran) I folded these models in October, 2008 using small triangular units. Read about Chinese Paper Folding here and learn how to make a unit here.
Pegasus by Abbas Shahrokhi (Iran) I folded this model of a Pegasus from Robert Lang’s book, Origami Design Secrets.
Coaster (octagon) by Romie Halabaso (by Romie Halabaso) This model is made up of eight units, joined together without using paste or glue.
Sea Turtle by Shahrokh (Persia) This sea turtle is from Robert Lang’s Origami Design Secrets. I have not yet found a suitable paper to make a perfect turtle.
Iris Flowers (Purple-variety) in a Flower Pot by Justin Seratte (San Diego, CA, USA) I did this for a friend at work who loved the color purple. The flower pot was decorated with glitter glue and some jewel gems. Each iris has purple “dew drops” on the tip of each petal which were also decorated… Continue reading Iris Flowers (Purple-variety) in a Flower Pot by Justin Seratte
Cubohemioctahedron by Justin Seratte (San Diego, CA, USA) I was actually just testing out my digital camera to see how great the quality was and I ended up really liking this picture of this geogami model. It was easy to make – only took 30 minutes =) Instructions for other origami polyhedra here.
Origami Butterfly Bracelet by Christine (Stoughton, WI) I love this overstated origami butterfly bracelet! I enjoy making one of a kind origami jewelry pieces. This happens to be one of my favorites.
Various Polyhedra by Adam G (Newmarket ON Canada) Made with 30 pieces of paper each. Read about modular origami here or get free instructions here.
Napkin Rose by Mike K (USA) This rose napkin is more of a round spiral rather than the leaf version.
Origami Horse Earrings by Adam M (Raleigh NC) I made some like these for a friend who has horses. Origami is a big hit with friends and family. More origami horse instructions here.
Robot by Thomas (Canada) It’s a robot designed by Norio Torimoto. I designed the pincer and the sword.
Origami Polyhedron by Abbas Shahrokhi (Iran) I folded this work in July, 2010 with 720 tornillo units. It is like a snub dodecahedron. ** Note from Editor: the units used to make this model was originally created in 1985 by Paolo Bascetta.
Origami Dragon by Ifrah Mateen (Karachi, Pakistan) This is an origami dragon. The folding near the end is a bit complex. I like to share my photos with everyone. Instructions for more origami dragons here
Fire Bird by Ifrah Mateen (Karachi, Pakistan) It is paper graphic type of quilling art. See quilling instructions here
Rainbow Vase by Abbas Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran) This is a Rainbow Vase. First made in July, 2007. See more about this type of origami here. This book has lots of good ideas or learn to make the triangular units here.
Space Ship by Abbas Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran) Space Ship made with simple triangular units. See more about this type of origami here. This book has lots of good ideas or learn to make the triangular units here.
Money Heart with Wings by Hong Tam (Saigon)
Origami X-Wing by Ifrah Mateen (Karachi, Pakistan) I made this origami X-wing the day after an exam. Folding its wings is a little difficult but it was a great fun anyway. It didn’t take much time to complete folding. See Star Wars origami instructions here.
Origami Flowers by Louise Khaw (Singapore) These Origami flowers are simple & easy to fold. The small box was made especially for the flowers to stay in place. See some free online origami flowers here.
5 Intersecting Tetrahedra by A. Gerth (Newmarket, Ontario, Canada) I love to fold! Five Intersecting Tetrahedra (FIT) was created by Thomas Hull. It uses 30 identical units. Find diagrams and video here.
Dollar Bill Cross With Inscription by Charles Bast (Milwaukee WI USA) An original self-locking piece created by Charles Bast. I was inspired to create this and the Dollar Star after visiting the Mint in Washington D.C. The Mint was selling folded Dollar Bill Rings, I thought there should be something more patriotic or representative of… Continue reading Dollar Bill Cross With Inscription by Charles Bast
Bast Star by Charles Bast (Milwaukee WI USA) Original origami star created by Charles Bast using a dollar bill no cuts self locking, the Bast Star is the base for the Bast Star Ball. Contact me at email@example.com
Indian Currency Bike Dollar Bill Origami by Noman M A Haji (Chennai) A motor bike very cutely designed and folded with Indian currencies. A wonderful hand work neatly arranged with all the required parts. The Indian currency is not cut or damaged and reusable when it is dismantle.
Origami of “Gateway of India” by Noman M A (Chennai) Origami paper-craft made with currency from India. This is a representation of the “Gateway of India” which is located in south Mumbai (formally Bombay). The original monument has a central arch that is 26 meters (85 ft) high and 15 meters (49 ft) in diameter.… Continue reading Origami of “Gateway of India” by Noman M A
Bast Star Ball by Charles Bast (Milwaukee WI USA) Twelve interlocking Bast Star’s are used to create this original 3D model
Tron Legacy Light Cycle by Thomas Leung-Tack (Canada) I made this model for the movie Tron Legacy. I invented the Light Cycle but the guy is from here: I have put glow in the dark paint. Thanks for comments!
Mini Crane by Adam Beardall (United States, Co) This is a traditional crane that I folded, it is about a centimeter wider than a penny, and as long as a penny. it took me about 2 min. to fold. I folded it because I like folding mini origami. I have memorized the fold sequence, I… Continue reading Mini Crane by Adam Beardall
European-style Dragon by William Slade (Salt Lake City, Utah, United States) This European-style dragon is made from a double bird base. The head, wings, and tail are formed from the original bird base; the legs are formed from the second bird base; and the arms come from manipulating the wings with the center point of… Continue reading European-style Dragon by William Slade
2010 Origami Calendars By: Ksenia, Moscow, Russia Made these great origami calendars for 2010! Star Calendar, Pentagonal Calendar, and Dodecahedron Calendar. You can find instructions here.