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It is hard to find a craft lover who is not a fan of origami, the Japanese art of folding paper into decorative shapes and figures. In this post, we have tried to exploit the treasure trove of flower patterns that origami offers. While some tutorials in this post are of no specific flower, there are others that have instructed you to make lilies, irises, roses, lotuses and tulips.

Origami Flowers

This craft needs colorful paper and just a few basic folds. They are attractive enough to get the kids hooked on the DIY.

Origami Flower

Flower Origami Guide

Flower Origami

Easy Flower Origami

You can use these origami lotuses to make flower wreaths, cards, wall décor, gift toppers and so much more.

Easy Origami Flower

Origami Flower Instructions

How to Make an Origami Flower

Origami Money Flower

Money Origami Flower

Step By Step Origami Flower

You can introduce paper folding to a child with these simple origami tulips. Preschoolers can attempt to do this craft for Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day.Origami Flower Step By Step

Origami Lotus Flower Directions

Origami Lotus Flower

Pretty Origami Flower Bouquet

This origami bouquet uses Kusudama flowers that involve gluing together identically folded pieces to make a spherical shape.

Origami Flower Bouquet

Money Flower Origami

Flower Origami Money

Flower Origami with Dollar Bill

Dollar Bill Origami Flower

Flat Origami Roses

If Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and you are thinking of making a beautiful handmade gift for your special one, you could follow this tutorial for making easy flat origami roses.

Flat Origami Flower

Gum Wrapper Origami Flower Guide

Gum Wrapper Origami Flower

Origami Lily Flower

It is hard to beat the classy looks of origami lilies. This step-by-step guide includes a video as well to help you with the making.

Origami Flower Lily

Rose Origami Flower

Origami Flower Rose

Origami Iris Flower

The iris flower looks very sweet by itself or when included in a bouquet of origami irises or other paper blossoms.

Origami Flower Iris

Though most origami flowers are made from colored or white sheets of paper, you can be quite innovative and make them out of dollar bills and gum wrappers as well. That way, you are doing your bit in recycling stuff as well.

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