Origami Cactus & Flower Tutorial via @paper_kawaiiOrigami Cactus & Flower Tutorial via @paper_kawaii

Fold a pretty origami cactus with a flower that sits in a pot! All made with just origami. These origami cacti are a great little gift to give friends and family, they can be displayed on desks and require NO water!

I know it’s not exactly the season for flowers and plant, that is unless like me you live in a hot country like Australia, but it would be a nice little gift for friends and family (any time of year!).

This is the same origami cactus as this one I posted in May, I’ve made the process clearer and easier.
All of the origami pots I used are linked below, please read the paper sizes there before starting.

I really love the little origami cactus, the smaller one is my favourite. Enjoy!

Design: © Paper Kawaii Copyright Information (except the flower is traditional)
Level: ★★★☆☆

You will need:

Cactus:
▸ 1 or 2 sheets of square paper
(17.5 x 17.5 cm)

Flower:
▸ 1 sheet of square paper
(1/2 the size of paper used for cactus)(8.75 x 8.75 cm)
▸ Scissors (or not if making traditional flower)

Pots:
Masu Box & Flower Holder (tutorial here)
(Use same size as cactus.)

Angled Base Box (pink one in thumbnail): (tutorial here)
(Use same size as cactus.)
Plant holder to fit angled base box:
(To get the correct size stem holder, divide your pot paper size by 1.4)

Tapered Box: (tutorial here)
(Use same size as cactus.)
(To get the correct size for the stem holder, divide the paper used for the tapered box by 1.7) – stem holder.

Origami Cactus & Flower Tutorial via @paper_kawaiiOrigami Cactus & Flower Tutorial via @paper_kawaiiOrigami Cactus & Flower Tutorial via @paper_kawaii

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