Modular Origami Bracelet Tutorial – Easy & Pretty

Modular Origami Bracelet Tutorial - Easy & Pretty via @paper_kawaii
Modular Origami Bracelet Tutorial - Easy & Pretty via @paper_kawaii

Learn how to make a pretty modular origami bracelet. This easy to make origami bangle makes an awesome gift. Simple & quick.

This easy origami bracelet is so simple, and has a really elegant and quality look to it. It’s so easy to make, and simple to customise for any size wrist.

You can also make an origami crown with these. Just use larger sized paper (more sizes below the video). Using metallic gold paper would be awesome, it would make a nice prop for a school play, children’s party or just for fun.

So many different types of paper you could use, how about using plastic, or foil, chip packets (the silver side)… I think it works best with thicker paper or thin card.

Design: Traditional
Level: ★★☆☆☆

You will need:

▸ About 18 – 22 strips of 15 x 1.8 cm (start white side up) (paper used in tutorial: TANT pastel)

Final size: 4 x 8 (or more) cm

Other sizes you can use: 10 x 1.2 cm and 20 x 2.4 cm…if you have a different starting size in mind, you can use my paper ratio calculator to work out what dimensions you need.

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Jocelyn
Jocelyn
9 months ago

Chrissy,
thank you so much for you tutorials! Your website (and YouTube channel) have helped me so much with my origami. I know you probably won’t respond to this, but thank you.
also, do you have any ideas on what to make for my Pappaw (grandpa) for Christmas that is fairly easy?

thanks again, Jocelyn

Audrey Pollet-Villard
Audrey Pollet-Villard
1 year ago

Dear Chrissy, .
Thanks for all your great tutorials ! I have especially appreciated the little plants !
I have a problem with this model, when I wanna fix a third piece the “place” is too small to introduce it, even though my paper is very thin. Do you have an Idea why it went wrong, and haw shall I do with a thicker paper ?
Thanks for your help.

Have a nice day !

Kurt Shafer
Kurt Shafer
1 year ago

It would be great to see pictures of the videos to see the steps

Daphne
Daphne
3 years ago

Hi, this is beautiful! Do you think I can make those with 9 years old? And if so, should I stick to the dimensions you mention: 15×1.8 cm, and like 18 of them?
Thanks!

Jocelyn
Jocelyn
9 months ago
Reply to  Daphne

Yes, I think you can make these with 9 year olds. They are pretty easy. 🙂

Liz Waechter
Liz Waechter
4 years ago

I remember making these when I was in school. We used gum wrappers, so they were very colorful!

Margaret MacDonald
Margaret MacDonald
1 year ago
Reply to  Liz Waechter

I remember making crowns more than 70 years ago on the last day of school using some of the pages from our scribblers.

I am making some for my grand kids today but don’t know how to join the ends to make a single layer crown.

Dijana
Dijana
4 years ago

This is so cute! I’m going to have to try this soon, maybe add them in as party favors soon 😉

Peter @origami.me
Peter @origami.me
4 years ago

I really like that blue and white bracelet you folded here.

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