Origami Flowers always in bloom

Origami Flowers always in bloom

The weather’s great, the parks are full of sunbathers and the Chelsea Flower Show is on – but you’re stuck at your desk.  Why not bring summer into the office with these origami flowers?


A simple flower made using Post-it notes.  (Other sticky note brands are available and will work just as well.)


A lovely daffodil.  You’ll need scissors for this one and the video is quite long, but I think the music is nice; it’s a little bit 80s to my ear.


A big paper rose.  You could make a bunch of these for a romantic evening, then burn them in a fireplace for an even romantic-er night.


Massive flowers used to decorate a shop window.  Have a look at the link under the video to see what it looked like.



An angular tulip.  The style actually makes me think of 8-bit art from computer games.


And finally… if your boss won’t let you use fancy printer paper to make flowers, you can always resort to using TP instead.


There are 2 comments for this article
  1. Euroffice Customer at 1:35 pm

    Amazing!I love origami. I can make paper lily. Thanks for sharing. Time to learn making more flowers.

  2. Euroffice Customer at 1:34 pm

    Have to admire the ingenuity of the people who dream up these creations, I’m happy when i can fold a piece of A4 3 times so it fits into an envelope !!

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