Easy Origami Fox Tutorial

Today is world origami day! Origami is the Japanese art of folding paper into various creative things, such as animals and flowers. Here’s a quick origami fact – Did you know that in Japan a paper crane is considered a symbol of peace! To celebrate this wonderful day I have created an easy origami fox tutorial, so you too can get involved:

What you will need:

  • Square origami paper
  • Pen

1. Fold the square origami paper in half to form a triangle:

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2. Fold this triangle in half again:Easy origami fox tutorial -2

3. For the final time fold the paper in half to form yet another triangle:

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4. Now fold another smaller triangle, as shown:Easy origami fox tutorial -4

5. Then turn the paper over and fold another triangle, to create a much smaller triangle:

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6. Your origami fox should now look like this:

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7. Next, create the fox’s tail by folding the end of the triangle (see image):

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8. To create the fox’s body create a crease on the left side of the paper, as shown:Easy origami fox tutorial -7

9. Open up the crease and fold the middle section forward to create the fox’s face, as shown in the image:

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10. Finally, add the small details on the fox’s face with a pen and your origami fox is done!

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Have fun with creating this cute little origami fox and you can find more amazing tutorials here!  Happy Origami Day 2015!

Easy Origami Fox Tutorial

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