Origami Yoshizawa Butterfly
Akira Yoshizawa is a world-famous Japanese origami master who made a considerable contribution to the development of this art. The master lived an amazingly long and fruitful life, leaving this world in 2005 at the age of 94. The legacy of Yoshizawa lives on and will delight us for many years to come. He came up with many different butterflies, but this origami, named after him, is one of the most popular models.
Fold the water bomb base.
Pull back the outer layer of this corner, consisting of two tips, and straighten it on the table.
This figure once again proves that easy-to-make origami can be very attractive. Be sure to place the butterfly in a prominent place in your home so that it is pleasing to the eye and attracts the attention of all guests.