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Origami Flower Ball Tree
page has instructions for a beautiful Flower Ball Tree by Joost
the edges downwards/flat
the tip at the bottom of the arrow
over these 4 lines
over these 2 lines.
valley-fold over the 2 lines at the bottom right.
Then mountain-fold over the 2 diagonal lines in the
middle. And valley-fold over the 2 lines at the top
an inside reverse fold over these 3 lines.
over these 3 lines.
Do the same on the other three flaps.
the edge straight upwards,
do the same on the backside.
the flap downwards.
Then repeat steps 4 to 7 on the backside.
can use any kind of papers you like
for the flowers. Many color combinations
are great for this model.
over these 2 lines.
leaf paper has the same size as the
Mountain-fold over these 2 lines, then turn
steps 10 and 11 on the other
the petal upwards over
these 2 lines.
6 to 7 pink flowers and the same amount
of purple flowers.
the 4 corners outwards by making
an inside reverse fold on each corner.
the stem-paper in your hands.
up three a4 papers together, use tape or glue
to hold them together.
a leaf-paper in half and glue/tape
both parts together into a long stem-paper.
leaf is done...
the stem-paper around the white stem.
6 flowers together into a circle.
stem is strong enough to hold the flower ball.
the leaf to the stem and wrap it around
the stem, see arrows.
the stem on these spots.
tape or glue to fix the stem-paper around the
the 3rd flower is glued to the circle.
stem is glued into a pot filled with large paper balls......
In this video Joost Langeveld shows us how to make the Flower Ball Tree:
the circle is being closed.
Make a second circle into the other direction.
First add two flowers on the spots indicated by
add two flowers here, this is on the other side
of the flowers indicated in step 30.
flower ball still has a few gaps.
to 4 flowers should be enough to fill the gaps.
the gaps with a flower.
Glue/tape them the same way as in the previous steps.
the top of the stem to the bottom of a flower
on top of the flower ball.
picture of Origami Flower Ball Trees, made by Joost Langeveld.