This video tutorial will show you how to make a paper frog.
This is an origami frog. Watch the video by clicking the link below or keep reading for a photo tutorial.
These paper origami frogs are quick and easy to make. See the photo at the end of this tutorial of Kate's paper frog army!
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To make a paper origami frog, you will need a piece of construction or regular paper (8.5" x 11"). To make the tiny frogs shown in the video, use a piece of paper cut to 2.5" x 2". The folding procedure is the same for the large or small frogs.
Start with your piece of paper on a table.
Fold down the one side to form a triangle.
Open the paper up.
Fold down the opposite side to form a triangle.
Open the paper up again. You will see an 'X' in folds on the paper.
Bring the sides of the paper together along the fold lines so it forms a funnel. (Watch the video if this part is not clear!)
Press down the funnel at the center and you will have a triangle shape.
Fold one side of the triangle up.
Fold the other side of the triangle up.
Next, fold the two triangles back down towards you.
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The frogs legs are finished. Next, fold in one side towards the middle.
Fold the other side in towards the middle.
Your frog should look like this now.
Fold up the bottom towards the frog legs.
Fold that section down again by folding it in half. It will look like this.
Your paper frog is complete!
This is a picture of Kate's Origami Frog Army. She has made many frogs in both large and small sizes.
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