Let us learn how to make an Origami Butterfly? If yes, then, you’ll be folding these wonderful paper butterflies in no time if you follow this straightforward step-by-step tutorial.
You should know that making an origami butterfly is as simple as it is quick. This is a great Spring craft that is enjoyable for both children and adults. Especially these DIY paper butterflies could be just the thing to cheer up a drab area or make a quick party decoration. Imagine if you’re having a party and you can decorate the walls by using those butterflies? Well, it would look awesome, no doubt.
So, if you are interested in this papercraft, get ready, grab the materials and quickly make these butterflies for yourself.
To make an origami butterfly, you are supposed to gather these materials.
- Scissors (if needed)
- Ruler (to plain edges)
If you want to do some papercraft and you have collected all the materials, just follow these steps, and you’ll have your paper butterfly in your hands.
Step 1: Wrap your paper in half to make a mountain fold, then open it out and fold it in half ones again, but this time in the opposite direction. Now fold in the different directions in the same manner. Turn it, overturning the colored side towards the bottom.
Step 2: Now, bring the sides together in the middle. To construct a triangle, fold the centerfolds in and collapse down. A waterbomb base is what it’s called.
Step 3: Both corners’ top edges should be folded up to meet in the middle. Fold it past the top edge so that the triangle’s tip extends over the edge. Flatten the crease’s center but not the edges.
Step 4: Fold the triangle’s tip over and crease it. You might need a little adhesive to keep this flap in place if you’re using stiffer paper.
Fold triangle tip
Step 5: To complete, fold the butterfly in half to make it into a butterfly form. And finally, all you have to do is find a location to put your origami butterfly on the showcase and enjoy it.
While making this origami butterfly, you’ll have to keep in mind that you’re taking a square size of the paper, or you won’t end up making a butterfly.
Okay, so the steps are simple, right? If your answer is yes and this guide on how to make an origami butterfly has helped you, then it’s time for you to try it on your home with your kids or with friends.
An Indian nuclear physicist, founding director, and professor of physics at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.