Origami How To
Welcome to Origami How To, we specialize in making origami as easy and fun as possible. Whether it's simple origami like origami for kids, more challenging money origami, or even advanced origami designs like the origami dragon, we'll make learning origami easy.
Our detailed picture and video instructions walk you every step of the way, making any design easy to fold. Too often, in our experience, do tutorials get you almost there, and then rush right through that complicated step that they think everyone knows. Not here, we painstakingly edit every step in the process, making sure no one gets lost, and if pictures aren't your cup of tea, we provide step-by-step video instructions on most of our designs as well.
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If origami is the art of folding paper, it only makes sense people would test their skills on the most valuable paper: money. While it started as a great way to give money as a gift, it's also a nice change of pace for many folders. Traditionally, origami designs use square paper, whereas money origami is of course, rectangular. This means the designs are different, they're smaller, they're more creative, not to mention the thicker paper of money makes dollar bill origami a whole different ball game. Go ahead and fold some money origami, give one to your sister, your doctor, or just add it to the collection, money origami is a blast!
Yes it is possible to fold origami with regular old scrap paper, it's great for learning those tricky diagrams. But what happens when you give a folded piece of (s)crap (yes I'm proud of that pun) to your girlfriend for Valentine's Day? Well let's hope she has a good sense of humor. This is when you wish you'd have spent a couple bucks and got the real thing! Give your origami that extra sparkle with some authentic Japanese origami paper. This stuff is the real deal - thinner, easier to fold, pre-cut square shape (thank God), and visually stunning, origami paper is worth every penny. Grab a sheet and feel the difference (wow, that almost sounds like a toilet paper ad).
Go ahead and browse our collection of origami designs, we'll be adding designs regularly, so be sure to bookmark the site and check back often. We're here to help so be sure to let us know if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.