How To Make An Origami Jumping Frog

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    19. Bring the inner corners of the lower section up and outwards to create a boat shaped flap.

    19. Bring the inner corners of the lower section up and outwards to create a boat shaped flap.

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    20. Fold the right and left lower points downwards.

    20. Fold the right and left lower points downwards.

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    21. To make the frog's back legs, fold the points diagonally outwards.

    21. To make the frog's back legs, fold the points diagonally outwards.

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    22. Fold the left and right corners of the top triangular section diagonally up.

    22. Fold the left and right corners of the top triangular section diagonally up.

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    23. Fold the bottom of the frog up along the center.

    23. Fold the bottom of the frog up along the center.

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    14. Fold the edge back down, creating a pleat. This will be the frog's 'spring'.

    14. Fold the edge back down, creating a pleat. This will be the frog's 'spring'.

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    25. The origami frog is complete, use your finger and hold the back edge down and the frog will spring up and away.

    25. The origami frog is complete, use your finger and hold the back edge down and the frog will spring up and away.

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8 Comments for “How To Make An Origami Jumping Frog”

  1. I really liked this origami frog. It really is fun and entertaining. I tried this origami on different papers and I personally think it jumps better with construction paper because it is thicker but that’s my opinion. I hope you have fun doing it and like the result!

  2. It was so fun and awesome!! It really jumps, and easy to make, as long as you take time to understand it! Thank you!!

    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  3. Hi. This is honestly one of my favorite origami creation. I did it and it was so fun! Thank you for the great tutorial!