There are traditional origami candle models, but they are very, very difficult! Weve cheated a little, therefore, to create this origami candle for kids to fold, but the finished result is very impressive!
We have collected together some fun Christmas origami models to enjoy with your kids. You can use them to decorate your house, your parcels, or your tree - or you can make Christmas cards and gift tags, fridge magnets, bookmarks ... we are sure you can think of some more good ideas!
Instructions are in pdf format so that you can read them online, save them to your computer, or print them out.
These origami Christmas Tree baubles are based on the traditional origami water bomb model. You can make them in all sizes using origami paper, gift wrap cut into squares, scrapbooking paper or any special, glittery paper you can find.
This origami church is a little tricky to fold, so it's best for older kids. You can stand it up and have a 3D church (perhaps as part of a village scene), or use it flat for a Christmas card. You could even punch a hole in the top and hang it on the Christmas tree!
This funny little elf could be busy at Christmas helping Santa Claus, or causing trouble for St Patricks Day!
Follow our origami gift box instructions to make this lovely box in useful sizes - use it for storage or for giving presents at Christmas or any time of year! The boxes are fun to fold and they look great - you will find it hard to stop at just folding one!