How to make Simple Origami Swan


Origami Swan

Do you want to make something beautiful with your kids or students? Try this simple origami swan! It only takes about 10 minutes and is a great way for people of any age to start practicing their origami skills. Plus, it’s just so darn pretty.


  • Color paper of your choice

Step One:

You will need 15cm x 15cm square paper. You can use any paper, just cut the size in the square you prefer.

Step Two:

Fold the paper diagonally to make a triangle

Step Three:

Now fold the right and left corner towards the center of the triangle

Step Four:

Fold the upper corner towards the center

Step Five:

Now again fold the corner in upward direction

Step Six:

After this fold the shape to make a half

Step Seven:

Pull the top triangle in upward direction to make the face of swan

Step Eight:

Now make the eye of the swan with black color and stand this on the floor for 3d look

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