The lettuce/cabbage comes from a blintz base and then some folding upwards of the corners to create the 3D effect.
The carrot model is my own design. I put holes into the chipboard (which is covered with brown paper) so the carrots could seem like they were growing up out of the ground.
The tomatoes are my own design, too although they are a variation of a model which is probably already out there in Origami-land somewhere. The tomatoes can easily become strawberries with one less fold at the bottom (in case the students prefer them over tomatoes).
This is this week’s Origami class project since the upcoming Thanksgiving celebration has a heavy identification with the act of eating. I used wooden chopsticks and covered them with washi tape. One side of the placemat has American washi tape silverware on it whereas the opposite side shows a placemat with washi tape chopsticks.
I used white tissue paper for the rice and the plate is my own design.
This is my Origami Witch design. I also gave her boots and a broom and she is flying over a big yellow moon! This is the final Halloween-themed Origami project. My students have really enjoyed making all of the Halloween Origami (and so have I).
This is a Halloween Origami class project. I used washi tape for the *path* through the Pumpkin Patch. The crow is my design although I’m sure it’s already been done since it is so simple.
You cannot see it in this picture but I placed one of those small LED candles beneath the center pumpkin and I took it into the basement to see if it would work and it totally does!!! It looks so cool!
They would look super awesome as home Halloween decor! Try it, you might like it!
I used color copy paper so the Origami model would stand up well. The platform is poster board that I covered with color copy paper. The crows are attached to toothpicks and stuck into the foam core board and then I clipped the ends off on the underside so it would lay flat.