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ORIGAMI CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENT

Origami usually makes me think "Oh, I can't do that." But guess what? I can actually make this fold and I know you can too.  It's so rewarding to see the paper turn into a beautiful Christmas tree!  Last year I saw Tina Zinck's tutorial (on how to make an origami Christmas Tree card).  Wow - they are so simple, but beautiful!  You can find Tina's video tutorial on YouTube (Tina Zinck, the Serene Stamper).

This week I decided to make some tree ornaments using the Plush Poinsettia Specialty paper, which is a vellum.  It is a little stiffer to fold, but it works, and actually gives extra body to the tree.

Here's one I made using the Red Foil for the background the tree is attached to.  The background is die cut with one of the dies from the Ornate Layers Dies.

Origami tree red2

This one I made with the Balmy Blue Glitter paper for the background:

Origami tree blue2

The stars at the top of each tree are die cut using one of the small Stitched Stars dies.

Origami trees with vellum2

I'm not sure which one I like better!  How about you?

Watch my video tutorial to see how to make this beautiful ornament:

 

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