The second list will be about origami Christmas ornaments you can make for your own Christmas tree or to give it as a gift.
From when I started to fold I always said I will make my own Christmas ornaments, and have a tree decorated only with them. I did made some one year, but never have I ever had only my decorations in the tree. So this is the year I will do that.
I will fold the models as well and post them on my Instagram. I just hope I have enough paper.
You can see the Origami Christmas Trees list here.
And now, let’s start this list.
25 Origami Christmas Ornaments
For this model you will need 2 pieces of square paper, some string and needle and if you want some beads.
It’s a really simple model to fold and looks amazing for how simple it actualy is.
You will need 2 pieces of square paper, some thread and needle, some beads if you want and you will also need some glue.
You can fold it by following the video tutorial above.
You can see how amazing this looks like in my window decorations.
Or you can follow the pictures tutorial made by Jessica Jones.
03: German Bell Christmas Ornament
This is an easy model to fold. It looks amazing for how easy it is to fold.
All you need is one piece of square paper.
Just follow the image tutorial from the link below and you will end up with an amazing ornament.
To fold this amazing model, that I’m obsessed with, you will need 6 x 10 cm or 15 cm square paper. Some thread and needle as well if you want to be able to hand it.
05: Origami Balloon Box
It’s not very complicated, but you do have to pay a bit of attention to the video.
You will need two pieces of paper to make one ornament, and you can hide candy inside.
To make this one you will need one piece of square paper, some glue, string and needle. They will look great as your origami Christmas ornaments.
If you want to make it, you will need 6 pieces of square paper, some thread and needle.
It’s an easy model to fold, you can even do it with your kids.
You can make it as colorful as you want because of the 6 pieces of paper.
For this one you will need 6 pieces of square paper and the classic thread and needle.
To make it, you will need some square paper and some scissors.
Such a simple star to fold, you can use it in your tree, you can glue it to a card or even to the packaging of the presents.
To make one star you will need one strip of paper with a 1:13 ratio. To make the garland you will need as many stars as you like, some thread and needle.
You can also see how I used those stars in those window decorations.
In order to make it, you will need 5 sheets of square paper and some ribbon in order to hang it in your tree.
You will need eight square pieces of paper and some ribbon. You can also use some glue, but it should stay as it is.
Being a flat model, can once again be used as an ornament, on a card or a gift packaging.
The materials you will need are:
- Christmas card
- scissors or paper trimmer
- craft glue
- rubber band
- yarn or ribbon
14: 3d Star Kusudama from Crelando origami paper pack.
For this particular one you will need 30 pieces of square paper.
You can use glue to assemble it.
You can see how to fold it by clicking the button below.
To make this cute candy box ornament you will need 2 pieces of A4 paper or Letter paper.
You can hide confetti, candy or secret messages inside.
For one of this, you need 12 pieces of paper
It looks complex, but the modules are easy to fold and the final result looks nice.
I just love how this model is looking. To make it, you will need 12 units (pieces of paper) that have 3:5 ration (9 cm x 15 cm).
It’s a more complex one, but once you make a few modules the rest will come naturally.
This is another one that I can’t wait to fold it. You will need 12 pieces of square paper in order to make it.
This might also look complex, but if you are looking at the diagram, you will see that the module is not that hard to fold.
For the one in the image you will need 30 pieces of square paper but there are other types of assembly with less or more pieces.
Another complex looking one, but if you pay attention to the diagram, you will see that the module is not that hard to fold.
This one will take some time, as it needs lots of modules. 30+20 (7.5 x 7.5 cm, 5 x 5 cm) to be more precise. But I do think it’s worth the time and effort.
This is a very complex one. But it looks amazing. If you are patient you can do it.
21: Rafaelita Kusudama designed by Lukasheva Ekaterina and folded by Paper Finger Cuts
This is my favorite kusudama. This has 30 modules but you can make it as 60 or 90 modules.
The modules are easy to fold, but the assembly can be a bit complicated.
This adorable Santa is made from one square paper. The paper should be double sided.
You can also use it on a card.
For one box you will need one square piece of paper. You will also need some simple, slim Christmas lights in order to make the full project.
For one single light, you will need a piece of paper at the ration of 1:3. It works best with double sided paper.
For one snowflake, you will need one piece of paper. It works best with thin paper, or tissue paper so it will have some transparency between the layers.
I hope you enjoyed this Origami Christmas Ornaments list and helped you decide what to fold and hang in your tree.
I really love all those models and cant wait to fold them myself.
If you decide to fold them and post them on social media, don’t forget to mention the creator if you can. I did my best to find who designed them, not only who folded them.
I’m sure the artist would love to see his or her creation folded by you guys.
Have a magical Christmas!
If you want to see more Christmas origami models, please check out those other articles that I have on the same subject.