Upon a Fold

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DIY star ornament by jun mitani... December 13, 2010

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My first folded ornament for 2010! What do you think? I found this charming DIY ornament template by Jun Mitani today. I downloaded it, and made it, and now I think I’ll make a few more! It’s a pretty, paper folded Christmas ornament by one of my favourite paper artists. It makes a great gift tag too – there is even room inside to include a teeny tiny gift. You can download the template here. Beginners beware ;) – this is not an easy star to fold – it’s a bit of a paper puzzle! Hope you have fun solving it! Jun Mitani folds the most amazing things with paper. Tomorrow, I’ll post more of his amazing folds.

Comments

nassa — 13 December at 11:52PM

Please help …need further instructions!! : )

Justine — 14 December at 08:58AM

Nassa – Email me at hello@uponafold.com.au and let me know where you are having trouble. I’m sure I can help :–)

aurélie — 16 December at 11:28PM

Could you please include step-by-step instructions? I followed the link to the template, cut the paper, drew the lines, but I don’t know how to proceed to shape the star! Please please help, I’d like to make these as gift tags. Thanks a lot!!

Ceci — 17 December at 07:10AM

Great find! Thanks for sharing. Glad I read this before Christmas! :)

Justine — 20 December at 12:05AM

Hi Aurélie, The blue lines are mountain folds and the red dashed lines are valley folds. Score along all the lines and the rest is just fun fiddly folding :) Dr Mitani has not provided step by step instructions for this project. I just experimented with paper first and then moved up to card. Happy folding!

Justine — 20 December at 12:06AM

Thanks Ceci! x

emily @ the daily smudge — 21 December at 11:19AM

I LOVE THESE… thanks so much justine… i’m making a whole bucket of them in red and white for our tree. beautiful!

Justine — 21 December at 11:28PM

Emily – I’m so happy to hear that! I’m making a bunch too. Happy folding and merry Christmas. Justine xo

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Two words: great & awesome! I must find a way to use this in my blog. Thanks for your advice.

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Mieke Legius — 12 February at 01:08AM

Please can you give me the measure of the diy star. Thank you in advance.

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