Easy Origami Bug

Easy Origami Bug This easy origami bug is quite versatile and you can adjust it to be any bug you want. Use green paper to make it into an aphid or a green beetle. Use yellow paper and black markers to convert the generic bug into a bee or wasp. Red paper works for ladybugs… Continue reading Easy Origami Bug

Easy Origami Bee

Easy Origami Bee Everybody loves bees and this easy origami bee is no different. Cute and easy to make, what’s there not to like? This design is similar to the origami ladybug and fly. Use yellow paper to distinguish between the different types of bugs. If you want, you can decorate the model with black… Continue reading Easy Origami Bee

Kirigami Spider Web

Kirigami Spider Web   These instructions teach you how to make a kirigami spider web. The idea is very similar to making paper snowflakes.   Basic Instructions Fold a piece of paper in half. Fold in half again but only make a small crease to show the midpoint. Fold the bottom right corner upwards to… Continue reading Kirigami Spider Web

Origami Beetle

Origami Beetle by Hans Birkeland This origami beetle is by Hans Birkeland and used to be found on this website:     http://hansbirkeland.150m.com/beetle1.htm . But this site is no longer active and we have captured the image and reproduced it here. Please contact us if you are the rightful owner of this diagram and wish… Continue reading Origami Beetle

Traditional Origami Cicada

Traditional Origami Cicada The traditional origami cicada is highly stylized which is to say, you have to “believe” and “imagine” that it is a cicada. Nevertheless, this paper cicada has been around for a long time and it has been made and enjoyed by countless children. Here’s how to make one: Traditional Origami Cicada Instructions… Continue reading Traditional Origami Cicada

Origami Spined Ant

Origami Spined Ant by Hans Birkeland This origami spined ant is by Hans Birkeland and used to be found on this website:     http://hansbirkeland.150m.com/ant1.htm But this site is no longer active and we have captured the image and reproduced it here. Please contact us if you are the rightful owner of this diagram and… Continue reading Origami Spined Ant

Origami Spider

Origami Spider by TS Pham Dinh Tuyen This origami spider is by TS Pham Dinh Tuyen from this http://bmktcn.com/blog/dinhtuyen/wordpress/?m=200709 web site. But the web site is no longer active so we have captured the files and present them here. Please contact us if you are the rightful owner of the diagrams and wish for them… Continue reading Origami Spider

Origami Spider 2

Origami Spider This Origami Spider is by an unknown creator and used to be found on this web site:     http://how-to-origami.com/origami-spider.html But this site is no longer active and we have captured the image and reproduce it here. Please contact us if you are the rightful owner of this diagram and wish for it… Continue reading Origami Spider 2

Origami Insects

Origami Insects Realistic origami insects are hard to make because insects have so many legs. Not to mention, some bugs have prominent antennae, pincers, and appendages. A square sheet of paper, has 4 corners, so it is easy to make things with 4 segments. Making things with more than 4 segments is harder. Ants, beetles,… Continue reading Origami Insects

Easy Origami Ladybug

Easy Origami Ladybug Ladybugs are so cute and this easy origami ladybug is no different. The best part about this paper ladybug is that it is so easy to make: you can fold yourself a collection in no time! You can make the model with a square sheet of paper, but if you cut it… Continue reading Easy Origami Ladybug

Easy Origami Fly

Easy Origami Fly This easy origami fly is simple to make and looks great. You can make the model with a square sheet of paper, but if you begin with a triangle, it will allow the wings to be a different color compared to the head and body of the fly. The change in color… Continue reading Easy Origami Fly

Origami Spiders

Origami Spiders Origami spiders and insects are notoriously difficult to make because most insects have 6 legs (8 legs for spiders) and a three-segmented body.  How do you use one sheet of paper to make all those legs and body parts?  The really cool origami bugs are very challenging to make.  But for the bugs, there are some… Continue reading Origami Spiders

Origami Butterfly

Origami Butterfly Mecho Ocho Everyone knows that the art of paper-folding has been around for a long time; probably over a 1000 years. But, did you know that two of the oldest examples of recreational origami are butterflies called “Mecho” and “Ocho”? Mecho (female) and Ocho (male) are two paper butterflies that adorn sake wine… Continue reading Origami Butterfly