Origami Wall Art

Origami Art What do I hang on the walls? That is the question I’ve been asking myself since we’ve moved into our new house.  Currently I have a few pieces of art scattered around the house.  But besides that, my walls are blank.  I feel like I’m living in a house with no soul.  So to remedy the problem, I decided to make a few origami pieces for a large blank space in our living room.  The origami art pictured above is just a quick-look into the project. It’s not a lot but it’s what I’ve been up to.

How about you guys?  Did you make anything interesting over the weekend?

*The directions for the stars can be found in the book Origami Paper Motif Pattern by Tomoko Fuse.

3 Responses to Origami Wall Art

  1. Strange coincidence! I just checked out 10 origami books yesterday. Three of them were by Tomoku Fuse! And I live in the SF Bay Area. Know of any good places to get origami paper?

    • Hi Lisa,

      For the best price, I recommend Daiso. All the packs of origami paper are only a $1.50. And they usually have some fun prints, not just solid colors. For more unique prints, I would try the stationary shops in SF Japantown.

  2. What a fabulous idea. I am thinking of trying this with some Frozen themed papers for my little girls bedroom. Thanks for the idea. Lucy x

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