The first time that I made this origami llama, I just about shred the paper. I got frustrated, came back to it later, then figured it out and then gave it away. The llama pictured is the second one that I made. It was much simpler to make the second time.
Find the diagram for this model in the book Origami Omnibus.
To be honest, I don’t know what type of origami bird this is. Anyhow, it’s cute.
You can find the diagram for this model in the book Origami Omnibus.
Origami water lilies are one of my favorite origami flowers to make. This one comes from the book Origami Omnibus.
This cute dog comes from the book Origami Omnibus. I made the first one with a more “normal” dog color. The second one is made from double-sided origami paper that’s blue and orange. The model looks like an origami dachshund or origami miniature pincher.
I’m not sure of the practical uses for this origami pinwheel model. I guess you could use it for a greeting card or gift tag.
You can learn to make this in the book Origami Omnibus.
I love origami butterflies! This one comes from Won Park’s book Dollar Origami: 10 Origami Projects Including the Amazing Koi Fish. As you can see, the fake dollar bills that come with the book are printed on paper that’s a bit thick, so it ripped. Still, it’s a nice model.
I’ve never eaten frog legs and don’t plan to. However, this origami frog is how I imagine they look.
You can learn to fold this dollar origami model in the book Dollar Origami: 10 Origami Projects Including the Amazing Koi Fish.