This daisy origami I made for a greeting card. I made the photo of each step during the process. I think you can do a whole bunch of such daisies and decorate anything.

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Cut square for bud of colored paper of any color, I took 12*12 cm (5*5”). Also cut two strips of green color for the stem and leaves – 3.5*15 cm (1.5*6”), and 3.5*14 cm (1.5*5.5”). Also you will need a small wooden stick – you can use a skewer or a tooth-pick.

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Find the center of the square, folding it in half and in half again. Now fold sides to the center.

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And once again to the center.

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The result should be a square, folded in half. Now we make a little more complicated thing.

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Pull the sides of the square, as shown in the photo.

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And bend the corner to the center. So it is necessary to do for all sides.

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Now we open our bud.

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And small leaves.

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Bend corners outward. Here  we have our origami flower bud, I hope the scheme is clear.

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Now we make the stem: take a long strip, slightly glue the edges and start spinning on a toothpick, tooth-pick should not fill the entire stem, it will be only the basis.

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And now – the origami leaf.

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Glue leaf to the stem and bud.

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I hope it was not so difficult to make this origami flower.

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I glued it on a piece of cardboard and got a cute greeting card DIY.

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