Mar 312022

Origami crosses This Easter, let us not forget that it is not about fluffy bunnies and chocolate eggs, but about what Jesus did for us. Happy Easter, dear readers :)

Well, I have been wondering what to fold this Easter and decided to redo Jared Needle’s origami cross. It is a beautiful origami to fold and the more I have folded this cross, the more I enjoy it! There are quite a few sinks, both open and closed sinks. Initially the closed sink was a challenge but now I find it pretty easy. And I do like the way the cross is completed. All unnecessary folds are beautifully concealed, both in the front and at the back.

I am sure you are wondering why I have folded so many of crosses. Our BSF classes, for this year, are coming to a close. We are nearly at the end of Genesis (We have been studying Genesis this year) and should be done in a couple more classes I think. I understand that when we return for the next year (when we will be studying Matthew), we might not be in the same group as this year. So I thought it would be a nice idea to fold this cross, so we can remember our group :) And it makes a handy bookmark, to it might turn out to be a useful addition to the Bible too! I am still not done folding crosses. I need at least 15 and have about 3 more to go.

Origami Details:

Model: Cross

Creator: Jared Needle

Website: Origami Weekly

Classification: Origami | Crosses

Difficulty Level: High Intermediate

Paper Ratio: Square

Paper size: 6 inches

Model size: 4.5 inches tall and 4 inches across

Instructions: Origami Weekly

  2 Responses to “Easter 2013”

  1. Wow! love the vibrant colours.. Like it so much ..Very thoughtful as well .