How to make the Origami Rose by Jo Nakashima

 Origami Rose

This video is a step by step tutorial on how to make the origami rose by Jo Nakashima and is the best gift for a loved one. Giving a rose that you have folded yourself is a gesture of pure love and devotion.
In the video you will see how to make a single rose with stems and leaves. To make it a bouquet, you will need to make several and tie them together with a rope, right along the base of the stem. Then wrap the stem in paper, and add a plastic wrapping as well if you prefer, and you should have your finished bouquet.
In my personal opinion, this is one of the easier roses to make, and takes hardly any effort or skills in origami. It also looks extremely beautiful. Have fun with the project
Obviously, a lovely glossy red paper will be very effective for the rose, but for a different take, why not try some cooler colours or patterns?
My paper: color set (any paper like copy paper and origami paper works well) 20cm x 20cm (rose) 4cm x 4cm (leaf) 4cm x 16cm (stem) NO Glue

1 - Autor: Jo Nakashima
Category: Howto & Style
Published: 2013-02-14
Keywords: yt:cc=on

How to make an origami Rose (Nakashima Rose)
Designed by Jo Nakashima (12/ feb/ 2013)
Dedicated to Miyoko Sasaki

Difficulty level: intermediate (only one tricky step)

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If you think the rose is not very stable on top of the stem, try this:
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See also some great ideas with this rose:
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My paper: color set (any paper like copy paper and origami paper works well)
20cm x 20cm (rose)
4cm x 4cm (leaf)
4cm x 16cm (stem)
NO Glue

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[Sierra Callins] You lost me at 8:45 tried 10 times and nothing
[SorayaDebora 1010] no aces bien los videos no explicas ni nada lo q me a salido a mi bien es nada :P 
[María Belén] deverias hablar creo yo
[Noobfesional Henao] para la proxima habla o puedes subtitular ya que con solo ver no nos basta gracias por la atención 
[Oscar Walter] friend you just need to explain a little better and put q size sheet of paper is class.
[Kathy Sanchez] Hola, queria saver como se llama el papel para hacer los origamis.
[Iury Lemos] Qual o papel utilizado? Folhas A4 ficam muito ‘maleáveis’ e não ‘endurecem’
[Max Benkhebab] Gilipollas…
[HankaAAR] I did 8:45 with thin paper – it took about 30 tries and half an hour, but I did it :D 
2 - [sharon godwin] very hard
[Corwin McAllister] Wow, this is gorgeous!
[derukun] Do you need to use cardstock with this? Trying it with actual origami paper and it’s fucking impossible. 8:45 the petals will NOT close along the creases the way it does in the video…
[Jess the Dragoon] うああああ~ スゲエエエ な~~~
[Javiera Paz Quezada] creo que además de enseñarnos a hacer una rosa también nos enseño a hacer una bola de papel
[Pac Gabe] Pain in the ass at first. If you plan on giving one of these to a girl (like I am), then use another piece of paper as practice before you use the sheets that would go together. Also, when rolling the stem, it doesn’t hurt to just dab the last part of the paper with a glue stick.
[Kenia Paola Garcia Mazapanta] es imposible de hacer esto
[martin fuentes] great job. is nice to amaze your girl. no es para principiantes eso esta claro. arigato gozaimasu
[Dany Boy] que tipo de papel utilizaste 

How to make the Origami Rose by Jo Nakashima

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