This is a super fun project for origami beginners and kids, plus a great little one to encourage reading! Let’s make a Rudolph Reindeer origami corner bookmark.
We had a lot of fun with monster DIY corner bookmarks a while ago and so I thought it was time to make something Christma
ssy this time around.
Reindeer Origami Corner Bookmark
For this easy origami you’ll need
- brown origami paper
- dark brown, red and white paper
- black marker
You start by folding the origami paper (you can totally use regular brown paper for this project too) diagonally both ways.
Fold into triangle (coloured side on the outside). Crease well.
Now fold the tip of the triangle to the bottom (one sheet only). You’ll see a white square within the triangle now.
Now fold the right corner of the triangle towards the middle. Do the same with the left one. Crease well and unfold.
Now fold the right corner towards the top and do the same with the left one. Crease well.
Tuck both “flaps” in the pocket. This reindeer corner bookmark is now ready to be decorated.
Cut two antlers from the dark paper, a red nose (or brown one if you’re going with the regular reindeer) and two white circles for the eyes. Draw two black spots in the eyes and glue all things to their places.
More fun and easy origami for kids
Why not give this easy origami owl a try? Or print and fold these forest animals cootie catchers, they are fun to fold and play with.
2 thoughts on “Reindeer Origami Corner Bookmark”
Oh my goodness the Reindeer on the paper is the easiest and the cutest thing I have seen in a long while!! Good for you for thinking up all these easy ideas you have! I have looked at the Christmas trees, the origami foxes, and the page finders. Such simple ideas, and so easy so the children can do it! I think it all is awesome Andeja!
Thank you 🙂
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