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Folded Flower Ball Ornament


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Folded Flower Ball OrnamentsThis Christmas, trim the tree with a folded flower ball ornament you make yourself. These gorgeous ornaments from Glue Dots are covered in flowers! Origami online instructions make it easy to replicate. You won't believe how simple this project is, especially considering it's an origami craft paper craft. Simply follow along with this tutorial and you'll be on your way to creating a lovely DIY Christmas ornament.




  1. Cut all of your paper into 3-inch squares.
  2. Score your paper from corner A to Corner B and fold.
  3. Now fold in corners B and C so that they meet at corner A.
  4. Fold in the inner corners out so that they create wings.
  5. Unfold the both sides and flatten them.
  6. Fold down the points along the dotted lines and fold in the sides so that you have a square once again.
  7. Apply Craft Glue Dots to one of the side flaps and press both of them together.
  8. Repeat these steps until you have 5 petals.
  9. Then you can Glue Dot them all together so that you have a flower!



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What size squares??

Hi Sarah, these should be 3 inch squares. I will update the pattern accordingly. Thanks! - Julia from FaveCrafts

Where are the instructions? How big are the squares? Which corners are A, B, C & D?

Hello, For specific, project-related question, we suggest contacting the creator directly via their company profile (in this case it is Glue Dots). We also suggest leaving a comment on our Facebook wall - perhaps other crafters have run into the same problem. Thanks!

THANKS TICITIUS! If ticitus hadn't posted that link, I would have ignored this altogether.

@tlctitus 4438320..... Thank you for posting the link, it will help quiet a lot when making this.

go to this website to get the instructions on making this ball http://foldingtrees.com/2008/11/kusudama-tutorial-part-1/

where are the origami instructions?

A photo tutorial will work; these directions will NOT. I, for one, am origami challenged. LOL

go to this website to get instructions on making this ball http://foldingtrees.com/2008/11/kusudama-tutorial-part-1/

They do need more explicit instructions (is corner C opposite corner A on the diagonal?), I can't figure out how you get 5 petals, I can only get 4. And what about the smaller paper in the center of each flower?

go to this website to get instructions on making this ball http://foldingtrees.com/2008/11/kusudama-tutorial-part-1/

looks nice but I need more thorough instructions :)

go to this website to get the instructions to make this ball http://foldingtrees.com/2008/11/kusudama-tutorial-part-1/


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