My daughter makes these! The receptionist at her orthodontist taught her how. Thanks for the instruction!!!
I'm using a paper strip that's used for lucky stars. If you have paper like mine, hold 2 back to back for solid color rose. Fold corner down like so.
Long time ago in Japan, there was a little girl named Hoshi who was fascinated by the stars of the sky. She was absolutely in awe of them and would lie on the grass at night and stare at them for hours, wondering how the little bright specks of light can stay in the air for so long. One night while watching the stars, something happened in the sky that made her sad and she began to cry.
We use standard size 6 inch x 6 inch 15cm x 15cm square origami paper for this site unless stated otherwise. If you can, use different types of origami paper to change the look of the finished origami and have fun with it! Made this origami?
You can create this regular heptagon and seven-pointed stars by folding one long strip of paper. The iterative process of folding creates the precise angles you need to make these figures without measurement. You start with a fold that is approximately right.
Lady Rain works as a daytime stock trader and writes about crafts and travels. She spends her weekends doing papercraft models and painting. Origami is a traditional art of folding paper, which started centuries ago in Japan, China, and some European countries.