Origami Necklace

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Introduction: Origami Necklace

this is my second instructable and im gonna show you how to make a origami necklace
(plz comment)

Step 1: Materials

so all the materilas you need are
a toothpick
some 20 cm high pcs of triangle paper
glue
string
and a good pair of hands

Step 2: First

as i said in the materials step you need a couple of triangle pcs of paper
(20-30 cm high and 1/2 an inch wide)

Step 3: Making the Beads

put some glue on the tip of the triangle

Step 4: Roll It Up

now you use the toothpick to roll up the paper to start making the bead once you finished the bead slip the toothpick out and repeat with another piece of triangle paper

Step 5: How It Should Look

if you rolled it up completely it should look like this
now just slip the toothpick out

Step 6:

now just slip the string through the beads,and when you run out of beads tie the ends together

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    Those are paper beads,but you could consider them origami....but you're not folding anything...

    Sahweeeeet. I would love to try this.

    please change the title it is not origami

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    This is not origami. This is beading. Please change the title.

     Nice instructable, but it is not origami.

    You used glue. it is techneley not origami

    u got this image from origami club

    Been researching this recently.Evidently this is an example of the 'Art of Quilling' Recently at a Church yard sale saw these using pages from magazines; Missionaries have taught the 'Women of Uganda' to make these. They then sell to raise money. They can also be dyed different colors or beads can be made different sizes.

    Yep, I have one of those necklaces. I did the 30 hour famine this year and we had two people that were missionaries in Uganda there and they brought necklaces for all the kids participating.