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Origami Daisy

Easy Origami Daisy Flower Step by Step

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Want to make cute Origami Daisy Flower Step by Step? These daisy flowers look super cute and very easy to make. These flowers are used for many things: on greeting cards, as a gift topper, as decoration for many things, and much more. Let’s start the tutorial.

Supplies for the Origami Daisy Flower Step by Step

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How to make an Origami Daisy Flower Step by Step

Origami Daisy

Step One

Take two different colored paper. One will be used to make the middle part the flower and the other will be used for the petals of the flower. I’m using yellow paper for petals and pink for the middle part.

Step Two

Now cut two strips. The strip measurement will be 30cm x 3cm for petals and 30cm x 1cm for the middle part of the flower.

Origami Daisy

Step Three

On a wider piece of strip draw a line across about 1cm on the edge, use ruler to do that.

Origami Daisy

Step Four

Now make small cuts just below the line which is drawn, as shown in the picture below.

Origami Daisy
Origami Daisy

Step Five

Now take the small paper strip. Use glue and stick the smaller strip at one of the ends of big strips as shown below.

Origami Daisy
Origami Daisy

Step Six

Then just start rolling the small paper strip till the end of bigger strip.

Origami Daisy
Origami Daisy

Step Seven

Join the ends with glue.

Origami Daisy
Origami Daisy

Step Eight

Now start opening the flower petals and push up the petals gently to make a beautiful daisy flower.

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That’s It! You have completed the Origami Flower.

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Wrapping up How to Make a Fun Origami Daisy

The origami daisy flower is a beautiful and unique way to brighten up your day. If you’ve never seen one before, it might seem difficult at first glance but once you get the hang of it, they are actually quite easy to make! You can even use different colors by changing out the paper for each petal.

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