These Amazing Origami and Paper DIY Art Kits Will Help You Master the Art of Paper Folding


The history of origami has a long, interesting history. It followed after the invention of paper and was a result of paper’s use in society. Independent paper folding traditions exist in East Asia, and it is unclear whether they evolved separately or had a common source.

Many people believe that it originated in Japan, however it is now believed that its true roots were planted in China and Europe.

Origami is back in a big way with the youth of today. But there is also a large contingent of adults who want to learn a new craft later in life without investing too much in materials. And with so many great DIY kits available, it’s super easy to create impressive paper sculptures.

We’ve put together a list for you that includes some of the best paper art projects that come with everything you need, including inspiration, origami paper, and step-by-step instructions. From pretty paper flowers to an elaborate octopus lampshade, you’ll master those complex folds in no time!

  1. Want to learn the ancient art of origami? Check out our list of some of the best DIY kits.

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  2. ORIGAMI FLOWERS KIT

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  3. PAPER OCTOPUS LAMPSHADE

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    VasiliLights | $81.36

  4. DIY KIMONO GIRL KIT

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    bila| $15.29

  5. “BIRDS” PAPERCRAFT 3D WALL SCULPTURE

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    SmagaPaperwood | $38.29

  6. TRADITIONAL JAPANESE DESIGNS

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  7. PAPER FISH LAMPSHADE

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    VasiliLights | $70.59

  8. DIY BABY MOBILE KIT

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    MUKUNOKO| $26.37+

  9. PAPER FOX MASK

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    Wintercroft | $17.37

  10. “THE GLOBE THEATRE” ARCHITECTURE PAPER MODEL KIT

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