Kusudama is a beautiful and delicate flower that only exists in the world of origami. Do you know what it means? Its shape, color, and size are limited only by your imagination! You can even make it out of white paper and then color it with paints or felt-tip pens.
The peculiarity of this figure is that it is glued from several identical parts. So you will need 4 or 5 sheets of paper of your choice.
Fold the 15×15 cm paper (place the colored side down if it is one-sided) diagonally.
Fold the side corners to the top corner.
Work out the fold, unfold.
Now fold the right and left corners to the fold line, making two diagonal folds.
Bend the corners protruding from the sides towards you, work the folds well, and unfold.
Turn the paper over again.
Next, you need to glue the two sides together.
Glue the surfaces of the two triangles that are formed at the bottom of the figure.
Repeating Steps 1 to 10, make 3 or 4 more of the same components.
To assemble the flower you should glue all the parts together as shown in the photo.
Look how beautiful the flower turned out!
You can additionally spread the inner folds to make it more lush.
There is one little secret about this flower: if you make 6 of them and glue them together, you will get a ball! Pretty cool, right? Definitely deserves a try.