Friday, November 25, 2011

Dress Your Home and Wedding with Origami

Do you remember making Origami fortune tellers when you were in elementary school? I loved making Origami projects when I was in school. I've seen a lot of  projects around the web and thought it would be inspiring and fun, for those inclined with the patience to do so, to look at these projects and attempt a couple yourself. And while I'm sure you won't be reading into the future with these anytime soon, it will definitely make for cool home decor on the cheap.                                                                    


Origami Horse, Rhino, and Giraffe via Z Gallerie

                                  Make Your Own:

via lolosad pictures



Via Origami


                                                Paper Lantern:
You'll find the tutorial at the3rsblog
Can you believe this amazing lantern was made with 100's of fortune tellers?          

Speaking of fortune tellers, check out this wedding invitation diy:
Via Kat's Krafts
One Stylish Bride suggests making your own and even using them for wedding favors, programs, or menus. You can download a template from her site.

How about all the different things you could make with Kusudama flowers?

Tutorial for Kusudama flowers via Folding Trees

Read about Kusudama Fever via Paper Crave
Read more about this Origami Christmas Wreath made by Flickr user Malia at Folding Trees.

1 comment:

  1. These are all such cute and creative ideas! I especially love that chandelier!