Looking to add some extra pizazz to your table this Christmas? A super fun way to do it is with Japanese-style Origami Christmas Tree Napkins. They are easy and fun to make with the result a stunning addition to your Christmas table display.
Paper napkins are easiest to use but you can also try cloth napkins. Whichever you use, don’t forget to include some extra napkins for your Christmas guests as some will likely want to keep your decorative napkin intact to take home.
Get a Green Napkin Paper
and some Small Yellow Paper Squares
Make Sure the open-side of the Napkin is down
Fold One Piece of the Napkin Paper Up
Fold Other Pieces Up by Adding Extra Spaces
Flip the Green Napkin & Place it on its Side
Fold in Half
Fold The Right Corner to the Center-line
Do the Same Thing for the Left Side Too
Flip the Napkin Again
Get the Smallest Triangle at the Bottom & Fold it Back
Put It Back & Stick in the bottom of the Triangle (Leave the Top of Triangle Out)
*Check the Movie Clip for Details*
Get the Second Smallest Triangle at the Bottom
Fold it Back
Stick in the bottom of the Triangle
Make Sure to Leave the Top of the Triangle Out
Just Like This!
Keep Folding Other Triangles
Flip the Green Napkin Again
Fold the Bottom Part Up
Make Sure to Keep a Tiny Triangle at the Bottom Right & Left
Put the Napkin Aside & Get the Hard Yellow Paper
Fold It in Half Diagonally
Open & Rotate 90 Degrees
Fold It Up in Half on the Other Diagonal Axis
Make Sure You Have a Beautiful Cross On the Piece of Paper
Push on 4 Different Sides Together
And That's How We Get a Star!
Put The Star on the Top of Napkin
Make the Napkin Stand & Put the Star onto It ☆
Still not sure how to do it? Try watching the video at half speed.. and freezing it where you get stuck.
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