How to Make an Origami Valentine's Day QT Rose!




Introduction: How to Make an Origami Valentine's Day QT Rose!

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In this tutorial, I will show you how to make an origami QT Rose. Enjoy :D! 

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Origami:  QT Rose!
Designed By: Hyo Ahn

Instructions on how to make roses can be found on,

For instructions on this particular rose, visit

Here's a Link to the tutorial on an origami vase:

This page is for those who want the instructions to fold a QT rose flower.  This QT rose was designed by Hyo Ahn. This rose is very similar to Jewlery rose flower. The difference is in the center part where the Jewelry rose is not in the state of budding.

You may use any kind of paper to fold the jewelry rose flower (*it is easier if the front and the back side of the paper are slightly different whether it be in texture or color).

Tips: Take care of your folds at the beginning, and the rest should be fairly easy if you follow the tutorial exactly. Making careful folds, and making sure everything is properly aligned will allow you to get best results for the final product. This rule is something that should probably be kept in mind when making any origami model. Other than that, have fun!

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    I combined a few different types. I used tissue paper, the kind used for wrapping presents, and one is made out of paper towels, which adds a bit of texture. Chopsticks broken in half for stems. I also weighed down the vase with a handful of pennies. Otherwise it's a bit top-heavy with all the flowers in the little vase.

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    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Those look wonderful. I never thought of using tissue paper. That must have been challenging. Thanks for sharing, great work :D!


    8 years ago on Introduction

    мне нравиться оригами и я веду блог для женщин