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Origami Daffodil (Toshie Takahama)

Once more the same origami daffodil-trio, but in a blue version and different angle. It was the first photo I made actually, but I wasn't happy about it because the stems/leaves were too short (although I used the recommend size), so I folded longer stems/leaves and made a different photo, as you can see in the first comment box.

But I still like this photo, so I decided to show it to you.

Interesting to know your opinion.

 

 

Name: origami Daffodil

Design: Toshie Takahama

Diagrams in the book: Creative Life With Creative Origami 3

 

Each daffodil is folded from two pieces of thin Japanese paper:

- flower: a hexagon 14,5cm

- stem + leaves: one rectangle 30x10cm: first you have to cut a rhombus and then fold it

Final height of complete flower: about 19cm height of which 10cm for the flower (point to point)

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Taken on February 18, 2020