12 Cards of Christmas – Origami Tree

I'm back and so is the popular cards series. And today on 12 Cards of Christmas - Origami Tree. I have to say I never really understood origami all that well but without even noticing I found myself creating an origami project once in awhile. What I thought were cool folding paper projects like boxes were actually origami. This card is also an origami fold and it's really easy and fun.



12 Cards of Christmas - Origami Tree

For this card you'll need a card and four squares measuring: 3x3, 2 1/2x2 1/2, 2x2, 1 1/2x1 1/2. Make sure to use double sided paper. It should not be too thick because you'll need to fold the squares. The fold is really easy and you'll have an amazing tree at the end!



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