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Learn how to make an Origami Paper Folded Swan


Origami Swan

This video and photo tutorial will show you how to fold a paper swan or an Origami Swan. Click the link below to watch the video or scroll down for a photo tutorial.


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Origami Swan

To make a paper swan, start with a piece of paper around 8.5" x 11". You can also start with a square piece of paper any size to make different sized swans.



Origami Swan

Step 1: Start by folding the paper down as shown.



Origami Swan

Step 2: Cut off the extra paper below the folded section as shown. Open the paper up.


Origami Swan

Origami Swan

Step 3: Fold in one side to the center as shown.



Origami Swan

Step 4: Fold in the other side to the center as shown. Make sure to crease it.



Origami Swan

Step 5: Turn the paper over.



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Step 6: Fold in one side to the center again as shown.



Origami Swan

Step 7: Fold in the other side to the center again. Your paper should look like the photo below.


Origami Swan

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Origami Swan

Step 8: Fold the top pointed section down to meet the bottom as shown.



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Step 9: Fold the tip back as shown.



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Step 10: Fold the back up towards the center.



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Your Origami Swan is now complete!



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