Nov 13, 2011

Thanksgiving Cornucopia - Origami Flower Arrangement

Are you looking out for a centerpiece to decorate the Thanksgiving table? Why not arranging some rich red, bold orange and bright yellow origami flowers in a cornucopia basket?
The cornucopia is a symbol of plenty, particularly associated in North America with the Thanksgiving holiday.

Thanksgiving Cornucopia - Origami Flower Arrangement

This Thanksgiving Cornucopia includes the following models, all of them folded from color copy paper:
  • Iris, traditional model, diagrams available in several books, like Complete Origami.
  • Gerbera, spray mum, and lily bud, created by Hiromi Hayashi, from the book Origami Flowers.
  • Octagonal flower, created by Paul Jackson, from the book Complete Origami Course.
  • Sunflower, created by Yoshihide Momotani, from the book Lay Out a Garden with Origami, ISBN 441630404.
  • Leaf, created by Michael Laffose, from the book Origami Art.
  • Wheat spike, created by Tomoko Fuse, from the book 12 Months in a Small Box - Spring/Summer, ISBN 4480873392.
I hope you like this idea!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous! This I must try. Thank you for sharing your idea.

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