3D origami flower rose tutorial (video with a surprise ending)

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    3D origami flower rose tutorial (video with a surprise ending)
    Gifts for Mother's Day
    Step by step production, master class for beginners

    You can surprise every such flower who are not familiar with the art of "3D Origami".

    This flower or bouquet of flowers will be a very good gift for teachers, mothers, grandmothers, sisters, on Mother's Day, on Teacher's Day.

    You can give 3D origami flower on Valentine's Day.
    Subscribe! There is still a lot of interesting schemes assembly 3D origami.

    We need to assemble a flower 95 pieces size 1/32nd.

    The flower’s height is 6 cm.

    The flower’s length is 25 cm.

    We need:
    95 pieces (1/32nd).

    Can be pink, yellow, white, blue, purple, red, etc.

    How to make such triangles
    see here: http://youtu.be/XUC2E9E5Jbs

    0:17 Make 3 rows of 15 pieces each.
    1st and 3rd row short side of pieces up (SSU)
    2nd row - the long side (LSU)

    3:23 Put on pieces on 3 corners

    4:48 Make three rows of 10 pieces

    5:01 We put 10 pieces (better to glue)

    6:39 Make a stem

    9:05 Make a top of the stalk

    9:27 Make a leaf of flower

    10:22 and glue the leaf

    11:02 Make a top of the stalk the desired thickness

    11:28 Glue a stalk to the flower bud

    11:58 The flower is ready!

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    How to make White rose see here: http://youtu.be/2LMkkVUklJ8
    How to make an origami tulip see here: http://youtu.be/tIHQ-kNZOu8

    And now you know how to make a flower rose in the art 3D origami (modular origami).

    Use this video as a master class in the assembly a flower rose.

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