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How to make an eight-pointed origami crown

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eight-pointed origami crown

 

Level Intermediate
Copyright Hyo Ahn

This page is for those who want the instruction to fold an eight-pointed origami crown.

 

This eight-pointed origami crown starts from a regular octagon paper. One special folding technique you need to know for this model is inside reverse-fold.

 

Here I used 15cm x 15cm square paper to fold this crown and the diameter of this crown becomes 4.5cm. If the diameter of you head is 20cm, then the dimension of the paper you need will be 67cm x 67cm or 26" X 26" (from 15 : 4.5 = x : 20 or x = 15 * 20 / 4.5 = 67cm). So you can actually make a wearable crown here.

 

Before working on this model, you need to know what valley-fold and mountain-fold are. If you know these two folding techniques, then you will have no problem in making origami crown.

 

If you are ready, then let's get started.

 

If you find any bugs on this instruction, please send an email to HyoAhn's email.


 

eight-pointed origami crown: front side of paper

00A.

This is the front side of the paper that I am using for this instruction.

eight-pointed origami crown: back side of paper

00B.

This is the back side of the paper.

 

As you can see, the back side is not shiny compared to the front side.

eight-pointed origami crown

00C.

There is an instruction to teach how to make a regular octagon out of a square paper.

 

You can easily get a regular octagon from the instruction.

 

This is the front side of the regular octagon.

eight-pointed origami crown

00D.

This is the back side of the regular octagon.

 

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