Origami Omega Star Kusudama Designed By Philip Shen And Origami Clover Kusudama Designed By Maria Sinayskaya

Learn how to make either or even both kusudamas. They are a great origami decoration all year round! Both kusudamas uses 6 sheets of square paper, but the Origami Clover kusudama can be made with 30 sheets of square paper as well.

These modular origami star decorations are quite easy to make, you can use only one color or pattern or go crazy and used 3 or even 6 different colors patterns for each kusudama.  Even the assembling is easy, as you don’t need glue to attach the modules together.

Origami Omega Star Kusudama Designed By Philip Shen And Origami Clover Kusudama Designed By Maria Sinayskaya (2)

Name: Omega Star Kusudama

Type: Modular, Kusudama

Designer: Philip Shen

Units: 6

Assembled with: No glue

Video:

Origami Omega Star Kusudama Designed By Philip Shen And Origami Clover Kusudama Designed By Maria Sinayskaya (1)

Name: Clover Kusudama

Type: Modular, Kusudama

Designer: Maria Sinayskaya

Units: 6 (other types of assembly are also possible)

Assembled with: No glue

Video:

Origami Omega Star Kusudama Designed By Philip Shen And Origami Clover Kusudama Designed By Maria Sinayskaya (4)

Origami Omega Star Kusudama Designed By Philip Shen And Origami Clover Kusudama Designed By Maria Sinayskaya (3)

 

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22 thoughts on “Origami Omega Star Kusudama Designed By Philip Shen And Origami Clover Kusudama Designed By Maria Sinayskaya

  1. Very unique. I used to make oregame to but only the common one which is a bird type. I would place it in a transparent plastic box and add additional adornments. Very ideal as homemade gifts

  2. You have just give me an idea for my next Christmas decoration with my children. They love the origami ! next post or I will search your blog, to see different type of origami that we can do. How about frog origami?

  3. I haven’t tried origami since I was a kid! I bet I would do so much better now that I am adult and don’t get as frustrated as easily! I will give these a try!

  4. Cute! Love the clover one. Reminds me of rose buds for some reason. I admit I had an origami desk calendar one year but never kept up with it past January

  5. Origami is so darn cool! I wish my hands and eyes worked well enough to make such beautiful creations. And I have never seen origami done with patterned paper. So cool!

  6. I always thought origami was done with a single sheet of paper, so to see these can be done with as many as 30 is absolutely mind blowing!

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