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Easy Origami Dog

Last Updated: May 13, 2022By Tags: , ,

If you love easy origami as much as we do then this easy origami dog will be a favorite in your home! This four-step hound is a great first origami project for children and is made even more fun by being able to design its face.

Origami is great for kids of all ages. Fine motor skills, sequencing skills, spatial skills, mental concentration and hand-eye coordination are just a few benefits of this fabulous paper craft. Not to mention simple fun and the joy of creating something cool from a square of paper!

Easy Origami Dog

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Growing up I always loved origami so I was excited to be able to do it with our children. The only problem is that many origami projects can be fiddly and difficult to follow. Not with this cute and very easy origami dog! Made in a matter of minutes and then extended for some extra crafty fun by adding on eyes and face details this is one cool dog.

If you are looking for an even simpler origami project then be sure to check out our Easy Origami Chick. The chick is the perfect first origami project, closely followed by our easy origami dog.

You Will Need

Let’s Get Folding

  1. Fold the paper in half so the points meet to form a triangle shape.
  2. Fold in half again and then unfold back to the first triangle you made.
  3. With the flat side at the top, fold both the left and right points down from the center to make the ears.
  4. Next, fold the top and bottom points behind.

Finally, decorate your dog. We used googly eyes and drew on a face. You could add a cute pom pom nose or a fun bow or flower on its ear.

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Thank you for stopping by. We hope you had fun with this Easy Origami Dog today!

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