origami companion cube

How to make your own origami companion cube from portal

image of the origami companion cube

image of the origami companion cube

This companion cube is  the traditional waterbomb with a special skin applied to it. you can download the pdf template here.

Design traditional
Material quadratic sheet
Difficulty easy
Time to fold about 7 minutes

 

 

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Origami Table

How to make an easy Origami Table

The table is a traditional origami model that is easy to fold and suitable for beginners.

Design traditional
Material quadratic sheet
Difficulty easy
Time to fold about 7 minutes

 

 

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Origami Mouse Instructions

Origami Mouse

image of a mouse in origami diagram style

Design  traditional
Material one quadratic sheet of paper
Difficulty easy
Time about 7 minutes

This tradtional fold is based on the “fish-base” one of the four common traditonal origami bases. The Origami Crane, for example uses the “bird-base”. It is an easy fold as it only uses simple folds and two inside-reverse-folds.

I like the Mouse for it’s simplicty and comic look. it’s definetly not as expressive as Joisel’s famous Rat, but it is also so much easier! You can instantly tell that it’s supposed to be a mouse and you will be able to fold it right away

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Origami Frog folding Instructions

Origami Frog

green origami frog

 

Design  traditional
Material one sheet sheet of paper,
Difficulty easy
Time about 10 minutes

 

The origami frog is a traditional model that is very easy. In fact, it is the very  first model I learned. So I can safely recommend it for beginners. It takes about five minutes to fold. Once you practiced a little how to fold this jumping frog you will be able to fold it much quicker.

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Origami Lily Flower Instructions

Origami Lily

origami lily flower

 

Design  traditional
Material one sheet sheet of paper, dual colour
Difficulty easy
Time about 10 minutes

 

The origami lily flower is a traditional model that is easy to do. In fact, it’s one of the first models I learned. So I can safely recommend it for beginners. It takes about ten minutes to fold, when you first learn how to make this origami flower. With a little practise it can be done in just five minutes. But still: it’s art and not race 🙂

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