Submitted by Sara on 5 December 2008 - 12:30am
Flowers & Plants
Paper used in this video: 15cm square (6 inch)
Recommended paper size: 20cm square (8 inch)
This is a more detailed version of the previous video I made. I hope it clarifies any steps people might have had problems with in the first version.
Submitted by Child of Ra (not verified) on 8 December 2008 - 12:12am Permalink
I'm getting a weird deja-vu feeling...have you posted a video on this model b4? Or is just me?
Submitted by Sara on 8 December 2008 - 1:29pm Permalink
Just read my post...
"This is a more detailled version of the previous video I made. I hope it clarifies any steps people might have had problems with in the first version."
Submitted by Child of Ra (not verified) on 8 December 2008 - 10:30pm Permalink
(that wasn't very bright of me)
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 9 December 2008 - 2:34am Permalink
oragami is cool
I really like oragami but i think you more directions besids why show it if your not going to teach it
Submitted by Sara on 9 December 2008 - 8:05am Permalink
A bit confused
Hm, but this video does show you how to fold it. It does give directions. I do try to teach you how to fold it. Or is this just a translation error?
Submitted by Tonny (not verified) on 28 December 2008 - 3:05pm Permalink
looks liek cannabis leaf too =)) wondering if it will possible to make the lil leaf pieces thighter to make it more similar to canabis leaf :-P
Submitted by Sara on 28 December 2008 - 9:47pm Permalink
Check http://gilgado.pajar... for some diagrams for models by Fernando Gilgado. His "Pin de María" resembles a cannabis leaf. The direct link to the diagrams is http://gilgado.pajar...
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 30 December 2008 - 2:07pm Permalink
WOW! thanks very much, thats
WOW! thanks very much, thats cool :D and it doesnt look much complicated... lets fold! :-)
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 1 January 2009 - 2:26pm Permalink
Thank u for the video Sara,
Thank u for the video Sara, I'm a diagram fan in China. I found your video on youtube and then I came here according to the subtiles on your video. Now I know how to fold it, thank U :-)
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 1 January 2009 - 2:43pm Permalink
Sorry, wrong spelling, I'm a
Sorry, wrong spelling, I'm a origami fan in china, not "a diagram fan in China". I was using a discarded diagram for origami practice, and typed diagram instead of origami. :-D
Submitted by Daniel (not verified) on 1 January 2009 - 8:44pm Permalink
did you receive my email?
did you receive my email? I hope you will make a video of my request.
Submitted by Vicky (not verified) on 1 February 2009 - 7:43pm Permalink
I was looking for a clover from one piece of paper and I found one at the Austrian site http://www.origamiau... which has been inspired by this maple leaf. Have you tried it? I'm not sure about steps 14-16. It could be great if you could help me. Thanks!
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 2 March 2009 - 6:33pm Permalink
I made the 4 bunny ears but i didn't get how to the mountain fold afterwards.
Submitted by Mike (not verified) on 28 May 2009 - 7:14am Permalink
I got it very well
Thanks a lot, Sara. I got the thing very well. I am now very interested in learning origamy.
Submitted by Taylor (not verified) on 19 July 2009 - 5:34pm Permalink
Thanks for the information
Thanks for the information shared. I really appreciate the efforts as im pretty hooked on oragami !!! it definately beneficial for me who has just started out
Submitted by niv16 (not verified) on 26 September 2009 - 11:44am Permalink
2 1 0 HAPPY FOLDING IS OUR
HAPPY FOLDING IS OUR HERO
Submitted by Constanza Mujica (not verified) on 31 December 2010 - 10:17pm Permalink
Gracias por compartir tu arte
Mi sobrino de 10 años es paralitico y su gran hobby es el origami, hemos pasado horas juntos diviertiendonos y siguiendo tus instrucciones , el va al colegio con las figuras y sus amigitos se sorprenden de lo que puede hacer con un simple papel. Tu sitio nos ha dado mucha alegria y a él mucha confianza en sus habilidades manuales.
Mil mil gracias por compartir tu arte con nosotros.
Desde Chile con afecto
Submitted by Misa (not verified) on 2 May 2012 - 3:35am Permalink
Maple Leaf Diagram
Hi, I am not able to see or print the third page of the diagram. My version of Adobe will not work with this file (I have the most recent version as far as I know here in the US) Is there anyway I can get the third page?
Submitted by Sara on 2 May 2012 - 11:17am Permalink
Hm, I'm not sure. I just tried opening the diagrams, and it worked fine for me.
I opened the PDF in my browser, which is Chrome. Perhaps you want to give that a try? www.google.com/chrome
Submitted by jv (not verified) on 3 July 2012 - 9:37pm Permalink
hey, if u wanted to u could
hey, if u wanted to u could make the maple leaf totally red and make a Canadian flag... u just need to mount it to white paper with red strips on it lol
Submitted by Joe Green (not verified) on 29 March 2015 - 8:16pm Permalink
I got stuck in part 2. I have a feeling that at the end of video 1, I did something wrong. Paper color and video resolution is really bad. Cannot see the folds very well. Is there a diagram anywhere?
Submitted by Renee Cook (not verified) on 15 September 2017 - 3:44am Permalink
I am always astonished with the elegance into which pre-folds collapse and by the mind that envisioned it happening. Thank you Sara for this wonderfully clear tutorial.
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