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Step 17: Open out the front right flap and using the crease you made in the previous step, squash fold the flap to the centre.
Step 18: Flatten the flap as shown.
Step 19: Repeat steps 15 to 18 on the remaining three flaps.
Step 20: Fold the left and right lower edges diagonally in to the align with the central vertical crease.
Step 21: Unfold the previous step.
Step 22: Fold the top point down to the bottom point.
Step 23: Unfold the previous step.
Step 24: Carefully bring the bottom of the front-most flap up to the top.
15 Comments for “How To Make An Origami Lily Flower”
This was exceptionally easier than i thought.
It was fun and super easy I loved making it!
Myn was with color
I’m not the best at origami but I think I did pretty good for my first try.
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This îs my lilly, it didn’t come out quite right, cause i opened it at some point to figure out what i did wrong, and re-did it… But it’s cute
I ❤ it. So easy to follow.👍
It wasn’t really that easy to follow. This should be put in the intermediate section because I was looking for an easy, cute one and it turned out that it wasn’t so easy. DO NOT RECOMMEND FOR BEGINNERS. just because it says “easy” does not mean it is.
thanks for reading,
Excellent visuals and instructions. I practiced using a piece of advertising and shall move ahead to nicer paper.
Mm. Not so easy. Initially I only had 2 petals. Fixed that. But still… not good. The steps where it says “repeat” could really use so more more visuals. and I agree this is intermediate. Cranes, roosters. Those arent bad. But this… this is intermediate.
Very good for the first (or second) try, now you can make more even better. Thanks for the feedback, we will have a look at adding more steps 🙂
I think that is was hard to do the 27 step
… I think I messed up
No photo, incomplete, after 4 tries I got stuck in number 25 each time. I will persevere though.
LOVE IT!!!! TOTALY DO IT!!!!!