Origami is a fun pastime in view of Christmas. Here are some ideas for DIY decorations.
December is just getting started and time to arrange with the Christmas decorations there is enough. Today I want to tell you some origami model with its tutorial to assemble symbols and characters typical of the holidays with some variation on the theme.
Among the simplest solutions to the six-pointed gold stars to brighten up the tree. If you love the classic snowflakes here’s how to make them with an original model of Dennis Walker. You will need a little ‘attention but the effect is great.
When you’re short on ideas for decorating the crib, here’s the little angel model with which to enrich the hut baby Jesus. Easy and gentle.
Do you like Santa Claus stylized to decorate gift packages, used for furniture and cheer to welcome guests? Here are some models of father and cute elf, the aide dell’omone dispenser of gifts.
You will have a bit ‘ of time and lots of patience? So, I advise you to design a modular with which to give birth to a wreath or a tree, just follow the tutorial. There are seven different pieces of paper to fold and assemble in different ways according to need. If caught singly can also be decorations for the tree: just add the module to a hook after hook hole in the top. Do not you find it cute?
If you are tired of the usual decorations, here are a couple of unusual ideas: a six-pointed crown to use instead of the tip to the shaft or to create in series to create a garland wall, and a delightful fairy tree.
Via | Funezcrafts – Happyfolding @ youtube – Blaqqz @ youtube – Artisbellus – AmandaJonesDesign – JoNakashima @ youtube