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Flower Origami

Origami is an ancient tradition of repetitively folding paper to create a beautiful small paper sculpture. Our paper crafts section has several free printable instructions. The flower origami paper craft is a simple one that is excellent for beginner origami. The instructions are clearly written and easy to follow. Try your hand at a new hobby with paper. As you master this one, check out more free printable paper crafts for other origami ideas. 

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Free Printable Origami Crafts

The free printable crafts section has a large selection of fun projects for all ages. Looking for a new hobby? Have you admired origami and are too afraid to try it out? The flower origami printable crafts are a simple pattern to start with to keep you or younger children from getting frustrated and giving up. Print out these clearly written instructions to get started. The illustrations are easy to follow and they will guide your every fold. Origami flowers have traditionally been offered as gifts of good will and best wishes. Print the instructions and pass out some colorful paper to your students. Kids will love the results. 

Origami Flower Paper Craft

Paper folding has been popular for centuries. Origami is a seemingly simple craft that is artfully handed down to each next generation in the Japanese culture. Paper is folded in a series of simple folds to create beautiful and graceful paper art. While many structures include numerous folds for a more complex design, this origami flower is a simple design for beginners. The illustrations are step by step and easy to read. It is economical to practice. The only material needed is paper that can hold a good crease. Origami is gaining worldwide popularity as a classroom teaching method. A child's focus and attention to detail can be refined as they duplicate the folds exactly as shown. Our free printable paper crafts include more complex origami designs to try as the children progress.