Learn how to make a cute & easy origami strawberry. This flat strawberry makes a great decoration and can even stand upright, download a free printable in 3 different colours.
These super kawaii origami strawberries are very easy to make, my 6 year old daughter made some and drew on the cute faces that you can see in the video.
The printables include red, bright pink and light pink with black, white and yellow seed options, a cute face option and also a blank option to draw your own. They come in large size and small size.
For the Origami Strawberry You will need:
- Download the free printable paper.
- Or use some square paper – you can colour it in.
- Paper trimmer / knife /scissors (to trim the printable)
- Optional: Glue or double sided tape.
Download the free strawberry printables:
Please click to view or right click save as on the ones you want 🙂
If you only want to print one page, go to ‘File’ then ‘Print’, and you should be able to type in the number of the page or your page range e.g. page 3 to 3 to only print page 3.
Origami Strawberry Red Origami Strawberry Bright Pink
Origami Strawberry Light Pink Origami Strawberry Small Versions
A Photo Tutorial is available on the Origami Photo Tutorials page.
Hi, Chrissy, I find your website by Pinterest, I find your origami is quite different, more Japanese and Korean style, I am so familiar with, I came to Canada from Hong Kong, I think I like oriental/Asian arts too, I am so excited that your tutorial in videos, which make it so much easier to go along and finish all the way through, thanks again for sharing your talent with every one of us around the world.
Thanks so much for your lovely comment! You’re very welcome, I’m glad you like the tutorials 😀
Thanks so much for your lovely tutorials! I was wondering what type of paper do you use when printing these patterns for origami? I found that the normal paper used for printer is a bit hard to work with, especially for kids.
Hi JJ, Thanks for your comment, I understand about the printer paper, it depends greatly on the paper quality and the printer itself. I have only ever used inkjet printers, and basic 80 GSM white paper that you get cheaply, although a little less forgiving, I haven’t had an issue so far, so you could try some different brands, If you’re lucky enough to have a laser printer, I have heard that using thin gloss paper, which is available on Ebay, Amazon or in big office supply shops, it’s called ‘Gloss Text’ paper and it’s like magazine pages. You can get different thickness, I would suggest maybe 60 or 80 lb. Here is one, http://amzn.to/1U7v8X4 but you’d need to check it’s compatible with the printer – perhaps check the specific brand’s website 🙂 hope that helps!