jueves, 27 de abril de 2017

Babbo Natale by F. Scalambra

Babbo Natale by F. Scalambra http://christmas.origami-kids.com/paper-santa-claus/babbo-natale-federico-scalambra.htm BaboNatate 150

BaboNatate 700

Origami Babbo Natale by Federico Scalambra
Designer: Federico Scalambra Folder and Photographer: @Origami_Kids

Difficulty level: Easy. Time to fold 15 min. 12 steps. Folded from one Single Uncut square origami piece of paper red and white , about 25cm x 25cm. How to fold, at the end of the page
Give your friends these funny Santa Claus and tell them you made them yourself!

How to fold the Origami Santa Claus by Federico Scalambra
BabboNataleOption 1. Diagram.
Google has a lot of information. Through a Google search I found the Diagram Here!. If you decide to use it, you will leave origami-kids.com to another site, and what you do next is on your own responsibility.


Option 2. Video Tutorial

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miércoles, 26 de abril de 2017

Origami Nativity Scene by Several artists

Origami Nativity Scene by Several artists http://christmas.origami-kids.com/decorating-gift-ideas/nativity-scene.htm Nativity Scene
Origami Nativity Scene

Origami Nativity Scene by Several artists.
Designers:
Angel and the Shepherd by Max Hulme
Baby Jesus by Chiyo Araki
Manger by Sam Ralston and @origamikids. Design inspired in the manger of Max Hulme
Folder and Photographer: @OrigamiKids
Difficulty level: Intermedediate.

Origami can be used to create shapes representing almost anything imaginable. By folding models of Peter, Mary, the Baby Jesus, sheep and other figures traditionally included in depictions of the nativity, you can make your own origami crèche, or nativity scene. Each model requires only a few simple folds, some with multiple pieces of paper that you must slide together to form a larger object.

How to fold the Origami Nativity Scene

Click Here! How to fold The Angel
Click Here! How to fold The Shepherd
Baby Jesus and Manger: I’ll post the link soon

A nativity scene or crèche , also known as a manger scene, or crib. It is the special exhibition, especially during the Christmas season, art objects representing the scene of Jesus’ birth while the term “crib” can be used in any common subject representation of the Nativity of Jesus in art, has a more specialized in reference to seasonal displays sense, either using model figures in an environment or acts called “living nativity scenes” in which real humans and animals involved. Nativity Scenes figures show that represent the baby Jesus, his mother Mary, and Joseph. Other characters in the story of the Nativity, as shepherds and sheep, and angels can appear near the manger in a stable (or cave) intended to accommodate farm animals, as described in the gospels of Luke.

 

 

This is the list of all the origami models, that we have published in this category: Decorating and Gift Ideas


Paper Nativity Angel by Hulme Max

Origami Roast Chicken by Joseph Wu

Melancholy Bird by Riki Saito

Nativity Angel by Max Hulme | Origami Angel

Step by Step , How to make the Origami-Kirigami Pop Up Santa Gift Card

Origami Praying Nativity Angel by Taiko Niwa

Origami Church by Shizuo Saito

Origami Shepherd | Nativity Shepherd by Max Hulme

Kirigami Pop Up Santa Gift Card

Origami Christmas Scene by Shizuo Saito

Nativity Shepherd by Max Hulme

Origami Sister by Shizuo Saito

Super Hyper Pentakis Mega Icosidodecahedron
 

 

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lunes, 24 de abril de 2017

Santa Claus by Anita Barbour

Santa Claus by Anita Barbour http://christmas.origami-kids.com/paper-santa-claus/santa-claus-by-anita-barbour.htm Santa Claus by Anita B 2 150

 Santa Claus by Anita Barbour
Santa Claus by Anita Barbour
Designer: Anita Barbour
Folder and Photographer: @Origami_Kids

Difficulty level: Easy. Time to fold 15 min. 13 steps. One uncut square origami piece of paper red and white about 25cm x 25cm,

How to the Santa Claus by Anita Barbour

Option 1. Diagram.

On her Web Site Anita Barbour has generously shared a Diagram of these models. Diagram Here! [Page 01][Page 02]
Abbreviations are used to keep the diagrams from becoming too cluttered: VF = valley fold; MtF = mountain fold; FUF = fold and unfold, or pre-crease; IRF = inside reverse fold; ORF = outside reverse fold; RB = repeat behind; WSU = white side up; CSU = colored side up. A small “F” near a folded edge indicates that the edge is flattened out in the next drawing, usually as the result of a squash fold.

 

 

This is the list of all the origami models, that we have published in this category: Origami Santa Claus


Santa Claus by Marcela Brina

Santa Claus by Tomoaki Ono

Simple Origami Santa by Fumiaki Shingu

Origami Santa by Nick Robinson

Origami Santa Claus by Eiji Tsuchito

Santa Claus on Sled by Taiko Niwa

Origami Santa Claus by Yasuhiro Sano

Santa Claus by Dimitris Dalas

Origami Santa Claus by Katsushi Nosho

San Nicolas en la Barca by Luis Fernandez

Santa Claus with Bag by Mazao Mizuno

Origami Santa Claus by Steven Casey

Santa Claus en Pajarita by Luis Fernandez

Santa Star by Fumiaki Shingo

Origami Santa Claus by Akira Yoshizawa

Origami Santa Claus with a Bag

Christmas Present by Nishikawa Seiji

Origami Santa Claus by Linda Mihara

Two-fold Santa by Paula Versnick

Santa Has Come by Sanae Sakai
 

 

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