Today's Theme: Origami Plants
Flowers and plants have inspired origami artists for decades. Of course, they are so beautiful—no explanation needed—but they are also folded objects themselves. They unfurl/unpleat from their secret hideaways when ready to bloom. Many of them offer a ready-made crease pattern for paper-folders to follow. Others inspire an abstract rendition of a flower or leaf. And they pair well with all of those containers that we love to fold—vases, pots, etc. Yara Yagi will teach us an elegant succulent plant and vase of her own design.
Vase: a hexagon from a square of 20 cm. Thick paper (200 gsm) is better.
Leaves: Squares: 25 cm, 20 cm and 15 cm. Any paper of 80/90 gsm.