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How to Make a Kimono Girl Origami

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Make a Kimono Girl Origami

This article explains how to make a kimono origami. This delightful origami figure can be used for key chains or bookmarks.
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Print the pattern.
Print the pattern.
Print the pattern. Click on this image to enlarge it to a much bigger size for printing. Simply press your browser's back button to return to this article.

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2.
2
Cut each piece out carefully.
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3
Glue the piece showing the girl's face to thin card.
Glue the piece showing the girl's face to thin card.
Glue the piece showing the girl's face to thin card.
4.
4
Cut this piece out with care.
Cut this piece out with care.
Cut this piece out with care.
5.
5
Glue the hair and neck pieces onto the back of the face piece that you've just finished cutting out. Be sure to align it neatly. Leave to dry before proceeding to the next step.
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6
Fold the collar piece, as shown in the image.
Fold the collar piece, as shown in the image.
Fold the collar piece, as shown in the image. In the printed version, if you cannot see the crease or fold line, check the illustration again.
* Glue the folded collar piece. It needs to be placed on the back of the girl's neck about halfway, so that it has even lengths each side.
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Fold the even lengths of the collar piece to form a V shape, as shown in the image.
Fold the even lengths of the collar piece to form a V shape, as shown in the image.
Fold the even lengths of the collar piece to form a V shape, as shown in the image.
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8
Start preparing the kimono.
Start preparing the kimono.
Start preparing the kimono. First up, fold the collar area of the kimono. Fold one side of the kimono piece so that the pattern color still shows outward. In the printed version, if you cannot see the crease or fold line, check the illustration again.
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Glue the girl's face piece to the folded kimono piece. Glue it onto the stem piece attached to the girl's face.
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10
Fold the top corner of the kimono over to form a V shape, as shown in the image.
Fold the top corner of the kimono over to form a V shape, as shown in the image.
Fold the top corner of the kimono over to form a V shape, as shown in the image. Fold the other top side the same way to complete the shoulder zone.
* Make sure that the other collar piece you've already attached is still showing above the kimono collar. Adjust as required to ensure this.
11.
11
Fold the length of the kimono now, as shown in the image.
Fold the length of the kimono now, as shown in the image.
Fold the length of the kimono now, as shown in the image. Fold both left and right sides together. The end result should look squared and even. Check before making the crease lines definite.
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12
Fold the obi.
Fold the obi.
Fold the obi. Glue the obi to the kimono, around the waist area. Glue it together at the back of the girl.
13.
13
Fold both sleeve pieces.
Fold both sleeve pieces.
Fold both sleeve pieces.
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Both pieces folded.
Both pieces folded.
Both pieces folded.
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14
Glue the sleeves to the back of the kimono.
Glue the sleeves to the back of the kimono.
Glue the sleeves to the back of the kimono. Position as shown in the image, then glue into place.
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Check your completed kimono girl.

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