Fifth Day of Christmas: Easy Origami Christmas Tree DIY
Husband here! Before I go any further, Katie wanted me to sing her christmas song for you (she told me I shouldn’t forget, or she was going to let me have it, haha)! So without further ado, here we go!
♫ On the fifth day of Christmas, Katie Crafts gave to me- an origami christmas tree diy! ♫
Whew, fifth day of christmas already?! I haven’t even started my Christmas shopping! Hopefully you’re not in the same boat as me and have already amassed all of the presents you’ll need for your family and friends this holiday season. If you aren’t quite there yet, fear not! You can use these easy origami Christmas trees to decorate all of your cards and presents to make them BEAUTIFUL! Continue reading Fifth Day of Christmas: Easy Origami Christmas Tree DIY
Poor Mabel is EXHAUSTED from the packing and moving process. All that lazing around and playing with her toys really seems to be getting to her.
Project: Origami Easy Traditional Origami Balloon
Hey everyone! Husband here with another Origami project for you to try your hand at! Even though Katie and I are in the midst of moving, I still managed to create something I think you’ll really enjoy.
I’ve mentioned before that I liked to goof off in school by making all manner of things out of paper and this project is no different. I’m going to show you how to make a neat little Origami Balloon! They’re great to toss around, cats love them and everyone will totally think you’re the COOLEST. Just kidding, I wasn’t cool at all 🙁
That said, I’ll still show you how to make one… Onwards! Continue reading Origami with The Husband: Easy Traditional Origami Balloon
Husband here! Since Katie’s away for a few days, I figured I’d take the chance to post a picture of Marshal wishing you a happy Friday! Isn’t he adorable?
Project: Origami Fortune Teller Tutorial
Hey guys– since it’s Thursday, I wanted to do a throwback of sorts! I’m not sure how many of you remember these little guys, but Origami Fortune Tellers were ALL over school when I was a kid. There is even one featured in the intro to the show, Community (bonus points if you knew that already). If you’ve ever wanted to make your own, now’s the time to learn and I’ll be more than happy to share my secrets! Continue reading Origami with The Husband: Fortune Teller
Project: Traditional Standing Bird Origami Tutorial
Hey again, everyone! I decided to keep up my origami creature theme and try my hand (talon?) at making a bird! I decided on something slightly easier (and more kid-friendly!) than your typical crane, so we’re just going to make a traditional standing bird this time around. It uses one piece of paper and is pretty darn easy to make! Continue reading Origami with The Husband: Traditional Standing Bird