Creating an Origami Flower: Kusudama | Kip Perdue | Skillshare

Creating an Origami Flower: Kusudama

Kip Perdue, Paper Cutting Artist

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4 Videos (20m)
    • Introduction

    • Materials and Folding Technique

    • Construction

    • Alternative Paper & Display Technique


About This Class

This class focuses on a basic folded paper shape, that when glued together with others, creates a beautiful flower. The shape is straightforward and easy. You can use this technique with other types of papers, including ones you've cut yourself in order to create interesting arrangements for parties, gifts, weddings, or your own home. This class requires:

1. 5 or 6 squares of paper per flower

2. Glue


- a bone folder or creasing instrument for folding

- chopsticks for the stem display






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Kip Perdue

Paper Cutting Artist

I am a paper cutting artist based in South London. I moved to London after living in Chicago, Auckland, Oxford and York. I began to teach myself paper cutting in 2012 after recognizing that my previous creative endeavor, creating replica chain mail armor, was not terribly portable, so I switched to paper.

Much of my work focuses on what I would call personal cartography. I like exploring new places, ideas, and techniques. Much of my work is about maps, as they've always fascinated me....

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