Today’s post is about making animals. As always, I’ve included three projects with varying degrees of difficulty, so don’t worry. We’re going to be folding a frog, a bunny, and an elephant.
The easiest one would have to be a jumping frog. I used to make these all the time as a kid. This project is actually made out of a rectangular piece of paper. Therefore, you can either fold a square piece in half, or use half the sheet. The online instructions may be a little confusing, so I’m also linking a video from Proud Paper Official.
The bunny is a little bit harder than the frog. Personally, I find the diagram for this one to be a difficult to interpret, so I think this video from Origami How To is very helpful. This figure begins with a bird base most commonly seen in cranes. If you don’t remember how to fold one, I recommend watching the video.
The final figure I have for today is the elephant. It does take a little bit of time to fold, and the folds are not traditionally basic. You’ll understand what I mean when you watch the video. But, other than that, it really is quite an fun project and the elephant is so cute.
Hopefully everyone tries at least one of these out. Have fun and good luck! ^__^
Have a great day,