3D Origami Flower Demo for the Lot 8 Summer Window

Good afternoon everyone!

I just wanted show y’all the new Lot 8 summer window we have been working on. I wanted to do a very bright colorful window for the store and I found this origami technique and fell in love with the flower it made. The written directions were kind of confusing but I figured it out after a few times. So I thought I would demonstrate how simple it really is and how beautiful the out come will be!

Each flower we made takes 5 pieces of paper and each half circle takes 6 flowers, so in all we folded 1440 pieces of paper! It took 5 people 150 hours to finally complete this project it was a lot of work but it turned out to beautiful!

Hope you love it as much as I do! Please leave comments I’d love to know what you think!

40 Responses to “3D Origami Flower Demo for the Lot 8 Summer Window”

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  1. Karen says:

    love these! so bright and colorful! thanks for sharing!

  2. Amy says:

    This is awesome! Thanks for the tutorial. I was looking for something fun for our craft room walls!

  3. natalia says:

    muy lindoo!!

  4. Dianne says:

    LUV the beautiful colorful flowers! Gotta try it myself! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Claudine Castillo says:

    Gorgeous! I will make these for an upcoming summer party!

  7. CTgirl says:

    Oh wow, this is so fabulous! I'm going to try this, on a little smaller scale! :)
    What a great deco idea!
    TFS…your blog is lovely!

  8. ria says:

    BeauTiful!! Love love love this idea! Made my own half bunch today for my drab apartment! The bright colors are a great pick-me-up!

  9. Jane Martin says:

    These are seriously gorgeous.. thank you SO much for sharing this idea! I teach papercrafting at a local Paper shop that does alot of wedding invitations and stuff like that. I will definitely be making some of these up as a class idea for wedding decorations! :)
    Your shop windows look fabulous!

  10. Gabriele Barbosa says:

    espetacular!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! sou muito grata pela sua arte. Parabéns.

  11. Julia says:

    just lovely …. thanks for the idea ….

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  13. Maria Jose de Ayala says:

    Beautiful flowers!

  14. Sheri says:

    i love this idea.. we are doing this for my wedding!!
    i was wondering how did you hang the balls of flowers?
    thanks

  15. Hannah says:

    Oh … my … gosh!!!!! That is sooooooooo cool!!!!!! It is so beautiful! I’m so trying it!

  16. Hannah says:

    Such a GREAT idea! I made a mini one!

  17. Kylee says:

    They are just plain gorgeous! I love them! Such a great idea can’t wait to try it out!

  18. Joyce says:

    Awesome, Awesome, Awesome!

  19. Joyce Matthews says:

    Awesome! Awesome! Awesome!

  20. Hannah says:

    Wow.The video is really simple but the entire effect is AMAZING!.I wish i could looked at your shop then

  21. zenna says:

    Thanks so much for this amazing idea! My wedding has a strong origami theme to it and these decorations are PERFECT!

  22. tammy says:

    my word!!!! these flower are so beautiful!!!!! i actually just saw the video and started it right after

  23. Vicky says:

    Beautiful!!! I can’t hardly wait to give it a try. Thank you for sharing!

  24. Ann says:

    love, love, love!!!! I am going to do a rendition of these for my wedding decor :)

  25. Mary says:

    Hi Chloe, I made my first flower and it turned out awesome. I had a little trouble stapling them even, so I put all 5 petals together and placed double sided tape in between to hold them, and then I stapled them. Worked out pretty good, but the centers are not as cleaned up as yours. I will keep trying though….thanx for the video and this awesome idea.

  26. Doan says:

    Thanks for sharing .I ‘m admired you talent .Wishing you have more successful.

  27. Madavi Gunaratne says:

    Wow. i made 1 and itz fantastic

  28. Madavi Gunaratne says:

    Really cool. i was wondering how to hang the ball.

  29. Asha Reddy says:

    Hi,
    Awesome flowers. My five year old is excited and wants the same for his birthday party.

    Thanks for the post.

  30. Andrea Pereira Chua says:

    Hola soy de Uruguay, me encanto tu tutorial, y tu forma de esplicar, mi bisabuelo era philipino, ya somos la 4 generacion aqui . Felicidades,gracias.
    Hi I from Uruguay, I like your tutorial and how to explent de job; my grangranfather was philipin, we are the fourth generation here. Congratulation, thank , bye.

  31. Monique Andy says:

    They are too cute. I’m going to try and make them for the holidays.

  32. Lulu says:

    This is Awesome. Is Your Store In C.A ?

  33. Sonia Hernández Galván says:

    Es un excelente idea para adornar eventos como fiestas como quinceañeras, bodas y fiestas de graduación, además que no es tan costoso.

  34. Sade says:

    I love those they are amazing so cute beautiful and colorful thanks for sharing them

  35. Joyce says:

    Awesome flowers I’ll be making lots. Family didn’t believe I made them!

  36. hiliva says:

    This is beautiful I made an eight inch square one in white after i looked at the video and going to make some more thanks for sharing

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