How to make a frog out of paper
As a child, we all loved to make animals, dinosaurs and birds. Today I want to show you several master classes - how to make a frog out of paper with step by step instructions and photos. Looking at these photos, you can easily make any of these frogs out of paper together with your child. See also master classes - how to make valentines with your own hands.
How to make a frog out of paper using an origami technique - 1 way
The first frog is made in the technique of origami, it is done very quickly, besides, she still knows how to jump. Take the green paper A4. Right edge fold diagonally.
The extra edge is cut out, as a result, we get a square.
We fold in half, thus defining the center, and expanding.
We do the same thing diagonally, first with one, then with the other.
Then simultaneously fold in two diagonals, connecting the nearest corners, as shown in the photo. And the middle part of the square is pressed inside. This is probably the hardest part of the job.
It turns out such a triangle.
First bend one corner, then the second.
Bend again, only in the opposite direction.
And the second part too.
Turning our future frog.
And bend the bottom corners up from two sides.
And bend the whole structure as shown in the photo.
Then again in the opposite direction.
Glue or simply paint the eyes of the finished frog.
Our first paper frog is ready!
Simple frog - paper applique - 2 way
Let's make a funny frog in the appliqué technique, that is, we will cut out the elements and glue. For a frog's head, take a cup and draw a circle.
Cut it out.
We also cut the eyes out of the white paper into larger circles and out of the black paper.
We glue them together.
Glue to the green circle, as shown in the photo, and draw our frog happy smile.
Cut out the red strip of red paper, twist it a little and glue it. Such a funny frog is very popular with young children, but when cutting out the elements, you will need the help of an adult.
How to make a three-dimensional frog from paper by hand - 3 way
In this lesson we will make a voluminous paper frog.
From the green paper cut out the shape of a frog, as in the photo. To make it symmetrically, lay the workpiece in half, cut, and only then transfer to green paper. If desired, the paper can be replaced with cardboard, then the frog will be more stable.
Cut out the eyes and glue, as in the previous lesson.
Add another element - it is a white circle, which we glue in the middle. Draw a smile.
Cut out stripes about 0.5 cm wide, it depends on the size of the frog itself.
We make accordions out of the stripes — four narrow and four wide for the frog's paws.
Glue as shown in the photo.
For the stand, cut a circle from the green cardboard and attach our finished frog.
DIY paper frog - 4 way
Another not complicated frog made from paper with your own hands is done very simply and quickly. We draw and cut out all the elements that are shown in the photo.
Bend the circle in half and glue the eyes with glue.
Then paws and tongue, as shown in the photo.
How to make a jumping frog out of paper - 5 way
Another jumping frog made of paper using origami technique. Cut a rectangle - 10x20 cm. You can take the rest of the paper from the very first frog, if, of course, you did it.
Fold it in half to determine the middle, and based on this line we fold the corners on all sides diagonally and melt it back. We need these actions only to outline the fold lines.
We outline two more lines - we fold in half the two halves on each side.
This is how the finished billet looks like.
Fold up on the intended diagonals on both sides, as in the photo.
As a result, we should have a diamond like this.
All four corners are bent to the middle.
Bend them again in the opposite direction.
And bend the corners on both sides, as shown in the photo.
Bend another corner.
And "weave" corners into it, which were on the sides.
Bend two times the finished structure.
With the back of the legs do
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