Origami Rings and wreaths are perfect decorations for the Holiday Season. Here are some beautiful ones, designed by Tomoko Fuse.
Origami Rings & Wreaths, by Tomoko Fuse, which is my favorite book of modular origami rings.
Each ring was assembled with eight modules, folded from 3" (75 mm) squares of kami (regular origami paper).
Depending on the size and type of paper you choose, modular origami rings can have different uses. Here are some suggestions:
- Door wreath: 12" (300 mm) squares; scrapbook paper (or any paper thicker that kami). It will need a water resistant coating if hung outdoors.
- Christmas tree decoration: 3" (75 mm) squares; kami (or any paper of similar thickness)
- Holiday card ornament: 1½" (38 mm) squares or smaller; thin washi, double tissue (the smaller the squares, the thinner the paper needs to be)
- Paper jewelry (earring, pendant, bracelet charm): 2" (50 mm) squares or smaller; thin washi, double tissue (the smaller the squares, the thinner the paper needs to be). They will need a water resistant coating if you want them to last.