Yes, I am aware of how far away Christmas is. But if there are potential craft fairs to be done at the end of November, these things need thinking about now.
I’ve made a few origami crane mobiles now and have got the hang of them. Whilst thinking of things to make for the Christmas craft stall, I had a little lightbulb moment. Christmas Origami decorations. I want to make garlands of origami stars, little Christmas trees to hang on Christmas trees, pretty paper baubles and so on and so forth.
I do already have a couple of origami books with suitable projects and ideas in, but I also found some handy websites:
I can’t wait to get started! First up, I need to go paper shopping. I’m thinking red, green, gold, silver, dark blue and white. Second up, I’m going to make lots of these christmas origami lucky stars as I think they look awesome.
Christmas Origami Inspiration
Here are just a few of the things that are inspiring me to have a go at my own versions of Christmas Origami:
Robochoc. Yes, you guessed it, robot shaped chocolates. Who wouldn’t want robot shaped chocolates? I want them. See how awesome they look:
The trouble is, I actually need some more truffle moulds- it’s just a case of whether I am sensible and go for the plain ones, so I can sell batches of nicely matching, classic-looking truffles and chocolates… or whether I get ones shaped like robots and little animated people.