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I'm going to show you how to make origami ball, made from blossoms.
You need: post-it notes double sided tape or glue scissors (for the tape) and some time :D
Take one post-it note and fold it in half to make a triangle (picture 1). Fold the dash line to make a diamond (picture 2). Return the left part in th...
Now let's connect the leaves from the previous step to make a blossom. Cut a piece from the double-sided tape and place it like is shown in the pictu...
Take 3 blossoms and stick them together. See the pictures below. Continue to add blossoms until they become 6. Now you should have haft of the ball re...
The flower origami ball is ready!
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Hi! I am trying to make this origami flower and the 2nd part to the directions is not showing up. I was wondering if there is any way to have someone fix it.
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