Easter Origami Projects


Easter is a holiday that is celebrated by many people around the world. It is a time of renewal and new beginnings, and what better way to celebrate this holiday than with some fun and easy origami craft projects? Origami is the Japanese art of folding paper, and it is a great way to create beautiful and intricate designs using just a single sheet of paper. In this article, we will explore some easy Easter origami craft projects that you can make with your family and friends.

  1. Origami Easter Bunny

The Easter bunny is a classic symbol of the holiday, and what better way to celebrate than by making your own origami bunny? To make this craft, you will need a square sheet of paper. Start by folding the paper in half diagonally, and then in half again. Open up the paper, and fold the corners into the center of the paper. Fold the top edge of the paper down to create the head, and then fold the bottom edge up to create the body. Use a pen to draw the eyes and nose, and you have your own origami bunny.

  1. Origami Easter Basket

An Easter basket is a classic holiday decoration, and it is also a great way to hold your Easter eggs. To make this craft, you will need a square sheet of paper. Start by folding the paper in half diagonally, and then in half again. Open up the paper, and fold the corners into the center of the paper. Fold the bottom edge of the paper up to create the base of the basket, and then fold the top edge down to create the sides of the basket. Use a pen to draw some colorful designs on the basket, and then you have your own origami Easter basket.

  1. Origami Easter Egg

Easter eggs are a classic symbol of the holiday, and what better way to celebrate than by making your own origami Easter egg? To make this craft, you will need a square sheet of paper. Start by folding the paper in half diagonally, and then in half again. Open up the paper, and fold the corners into the center of the paper. Fold the top edge of the paper down to create a triangle shape, and then fold the sides of the paper in to create a diamond shape. Fold the paper in half along the center crease, and then fold the top layer of the paper up to create a small triangle at the top of the egg. Use a pen to draw some colorful designs on the egg, and then you have your own origami Easter egg.

  1. Origami Easter Chick

Chicks are another classic symbol of Easter, and what better way to celebrate than by making your own origami chick? To make this craft, you will need a square sheet of paper. Start by folding the paper in half diagonally, and then in half again. Open up the paper, and fold the corners into the center of the paper. Fold the top edge of the paper down to create the head, and then fold the bottom edge up to create the body. Use a pen to draw the eyes, beak, and feathers, and you have your own origami chick.

In conclusion, Easter is a great time to get creative and have some fun making origami craft projects. With these simple and easy designs, you can make some beautiful and intricate decorations to celebrate this holiday with your family and friends. So grab some paper and get folding, and have a Happy Easter!

Example Projects

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Paper used in this video: square of kami with a side length of 24 cm (9 1/2 in) Finished model: approx. 9.5 cm (3 3/4 in) high, 8.5 cm (3 3/8 in) wide, 4.5cm (1 3/4 in) deep

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Make a pretty origami egg decoration perfect for Easter. This origami egg is made with just one sheet of square paper, no glue or cuts needed.

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These origami bunny baskets are another project I first made last year and wanted to update with a video how-to. They’re the cutest thing. Scatter them around the table to make Easter brunch that extra bit special.

Kim Lazaroe

Hi, my name is Kim. I've always enjoyed making crafts for each holiday and season throughout the year. My fond memories are making crafts with my mom or helping my dad build something around the house. Now I get to create new crafting memories with my daughter and husband as well as share my knowledge and experience in crafting with the world. Hope you enjoy my site.

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