Learn how to make really cute origami cherry blossom flowers!
The model is folded from one sheet of paper, starting from a pentagon. Traditional Japanese sakura flowers are easy to make, and look lovely!
I used 6 x 6 inch paper in the video tutorial, I would suggest using 3 x 3 inch paper when you get the hang of it, they are so cute when they are small!
Please excuse my nervous voice… there is something about talking to no one that makes me nervous… first speaking video, so hopefully I will improve!
Update 2021 – nope, I never spoke in another video ever again.
I also remade the pentagon video, I have found this method easier to remember and follow:
Hello! I’m from Sri Lanka & only 14 years old. I love origami & my world is full of Japanese. I love your website “Chrissy PK”. I learned many things from your website. Thank you for all of them. Pls. can you give a little help. I should make a b’day card for my loving sensei. Then how can I use origami to make that. Pls. help me… (^_^)
That’s great that you love origami 🙂 I would get some thick paper and create a card that fits into one of the origami envelopes (https://www.paperkawaii.com/tag/envelope/) so make the envelope you choose first and then make it fit.. then you could attach something to the front of the card, maybe a bow, https://www.paperkawaii.com/all-origami/origami-bow/ 🙂 Hope that helps 😀
That Was Super Cute ! Thank You Chrissy!
could you please tell me how to creat those tiny buds?
I love the awesome music in the background. 🙂
i love your tutorials~ ^^
I absolutely love your cherry blossom flowers. What type of paper did you use? What size were the sheets
Hi Joanne, thanks!
The paper is cheap origami paper I bought from kmart!
Size is 6×6 inches. You can divide into quarters, and then you can use 3×3 inches, which produces a much cuter blossom, ^_^
Wonderful tutorial! I think you sounded great, please make more talking tutorials as I find them easier to follow
Hi hellokittyisfabulous, thanks for the comment and the other lovely comments you left! I appreciate the feedback! 😀