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Origami Pixels Flower

Pixels Flower
Original model created on 01/06/2017 - Published on 30/06/2017

Origami Pixels Flower instructions and tutorial

This beautiful flower is a very easy modular origami model that you can make in a few minutes. Each petal is made from 1 square of paper, and the center is made with a smaller square. The petals are joined to the center with 2 easy folds, and you do not need to cut or glue to make this simple origami flower.

The origami flower is an example of using the origami pixels modules that I designed (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RigANqmm2b0 to learn how to make cool paper mosaics with origami pixels). Instead of using pixels of the same size, the center pixel is folded from a square that is one fourth of the size of the squares used for the petals of the flower.

This paper flower is an easy origami model that anyone can make, including kids and origami beginners. But even though it's very simple, it is very beautiful, especially if you make several flowers of different sizes. With a lot of tiny flowers of the same color and size, you can also make an origami hydrangea flower.

It is easy to make different variations of the flower, by doing different folds for the petals (e.g. to make it more round, or more angular). You can also curve the petals so that the flower is less flat, for instance to make a kind of wild rose. If you round the petals, you can make an origami primrose flower.

And of course in red it makes a great origami poppy flower!

Origami Pixels Flower video instructions

To make a Pixels Flower in origami, please follow the instructions from this video on YouTube:

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How to make an origami Pixels Flower

Here are the step-by-step instructions to fold a Pixels Flower (photo diagram and/or video).

Pixels Flower - step 1

1. Origami Pixels Flower.

Pixels Flower - step 2

2. Depending on the color you choose and the folds you make to the petals to round them, you can make an origami poppy or an origami primrose.

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Thank you and happy origami pixels flower folding!

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