Friday, March 05, 2010

Origami Photo Frames Tutorials

Origami Photo Frames
These quick and easy to make photo frames are a charming way to display photos. Each frame requires 1 sheet of square paper. Use the tutorials below to make your own.*

Origami Photo Frame
A 15cm square is folded into a 7.5cm x 7.5cm photo frame. Paper, chiyogami plum blossoms.

Origami Photo Frame
A 15cm square folds into an 8cm x 8cm photo frame. Please check out my videos; let me know what you think.

*To make inserting the photo easy, partially unfold the design, tuck the photo in, and refold.

Tutorial: Origami Photo Frame (Top)



Tutorial: Origami Photo Frame (Bottom)

26 comments:

  1. This is really interesting... I will try it soon! Thanks!

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  2. Wow, can't wait for your video so I can try them myself!

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  3. Thank you Ivani, Aleksandra & Nancy!

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  4. Its very interesting, I will made it soon and publish it and let you know and wants your opinion too. really lovely

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  5. thanks Farah, i look forward to seeing your photo frames!

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  6. Thanks! This was really useful!! I look forward to seeing your coming tutorials and projects!!

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  7. Wow! The photo frames are amazing... Looking forward towards learning to make them myself. But, I doubt they will come out as good as the ones you have made!

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  8. Wow, very unique and interesting

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  9. Love the step by step instructions on making these photo frames. I think I will try making these soon.

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  10. Very resourceful, never knew that could be made with origami.

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  11. I just love origami it's very pretty!

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  12. very nice, I make origami boxes, origami is so much fun

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  13. Looks beautiful...I would like to learn but not sure if I have the dexterity or patience!

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  14. This is too cute. I would love to learn Origami.

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  15. This is really interesting. I love it.

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  16. Those are so cool. I love to do origami!

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  17. What a fun idea! I'd be interested in seeing how it looks with a photo in it.

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