Origami: Hearts

Have A Heart

The heart is yet another type of origami design. As I explained in my original origami post, origami is the word we use for paper folding regardless of the culture the design is from. The heart is now a universal symbol of affection, in Japan and elsewhere.

Numerous types of origami hearts exist. There’s nothing wrong with just using the design one prefers for the right color, look, and feel. It’s all a matter of personal choice.

The following include a couple of examples of how-to instructions for origami hearts. For blog purposes, they need to be a little small, so… I’m also placing a YouTube video providing detailed instructions. 120,000 views can’t be wrong, so there you go. ^^ – J

J Sensei

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3 Responses to Origami: Hearts

  1. Judy says:

    Thank you for the youtube help, my heart origami came out Lovely! 🙂

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