Fun and Fresh Books & Crafty Things
Dec 24, 2010
Thanks to YouTube I do not have to write out instructions for this modular origami tree. So glad I checked the web first!
You will need at least three squares of paper, each 1" smaller than the last. My largest square is 6".
For my graphics I used portions of Christmas music book covers and sheet music of O Tannenbaum.
Fold the squares into modules and slide together.
You can make a trunk or base if you like. I kind of like it better without.
You can make these any size. Check out this very large tabletop version. How cool is that?
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