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Kinhime Dragon
Kinhime Dragon · Denton, Texas, US · 706 projects
Wow that's so much Easier then how I make an origami rose
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Cutter B.
Cutter B. · Denver, Colorado, US
What kind of paper did you use? I used regular printer paper and I think I did the folds right but when I blow inside nothing pops out Happy
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jamie B.
jamie B.
Perhaps I did part 5 backwards?
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jamie B.
jamie B.
I hope you see this soon! :O Or if someone else understands, I hope to find some help. I'm trying to make this for mother's day [tomorrow], but I don't understand where the petals come from? I made the rose and had it puff, but can't find the petals! Ah! Please, help!
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pink vampire ninja p.
pink vampire ninja p. · 2 projects
looks great and so very easy
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pink vampire ninja p.
pink vampire ninja p. · 2 projects
great but wow those are some funky flowers haha
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Astrydis
Astrydis · Sheboygan, Wisconsin, US · 2 projects
These are absolutely gorgeous, but...I was always under the impression that these origami flowers were tulips. Roses are rounder, I thought. Either way, great job. Beautiful craftmenship and I love the stems and leaves.
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Meknoclone
Meknoclone · Greenville, South Carolina, US
I had to redo the flower once but on the secound try I got it perfect. Great idea, my friend really loved the one she got!
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Yuritalinda
Yuritalinda · Caracas, Capital District, VE · 4 projects
Beautiful!!! <3 i love it...!
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kolodeznikova*
kolodeznikova* · Moscow, Moscow, RU · 2 projects
i was looking for a little surprise to my friend Happy this is just what i need Happy thanks a lot for instructions!
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KT
KT · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 12 projects
Someone who I worked with this summer explained this to me, it is really tricky to explain, i'm impressed that you managed to write it all out and get it all right. Nice job!
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1432 projects
Those are so awesome, great job!
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Goth Ninja
Goth Ninja · Point, Texas, US · 3 projects
its soooooooooo easy! And they look good! I just made one.
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Cuervitte
Cuervitte · San Juan, San Juan Province, AR
Beautiful! *_*
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CO + K User

Okay let me try it again. Going from the picture, there is the part you can see. We will call that the front. then there is the part on the cutting board we will call that the back. Take the right side of the front and fold it to the left corner. Then flip it around where the back side is now the front. And repeat. I hope that is a better explanation. If not try asking Emma T., she did a version and might be able to explain better than me. (=
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Heidelish
Heidelish · Stavanger, Rogaland, NO · 19 projects
part number 7 is a bit fussy...
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amanda P.
amanda P.
pretty! That'd be perfect for like making a homeade mother's day bouquet or something along those lines. Just looks like a good present idea for mommy or if your a guy your girlfriend
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Heidelish
Heidelish · Stavanger, Rogaland, NO · 19 projects
Do you think you can make it in an another type of paper?
The pattern hides the lines.
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My-Linh
My-Linh · Orlando, Florida, US · 6 projects
Wow that is super easy! I love origami, it's so fun and impresses so many people!
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Lilim
Lilim · 17 projects
Those are some funky looking roses ^^
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Kalli
Kalli · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 13 projects
Cute
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Musta-Kissa
Musta-Kissa · Catania, Sicilia, IT · 39 projects
Wow..i like it a lot!!!!
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