Both of these colors are ones that I have in the translucent kite paper that I use for making window stars, so I thought I'd make three different stars using this week's color combination.
The trio of origami window stars
in orange and hot pink.
There's a rabbit hopping in the driveway
towards the woods.
Its little white tail always catches my attention.
This star is folded 80 times to create the pattern.
The next star is an easy one. There are eight points and each point is folded 18 times, for a total of 144 folds.
Although there are more folds per point than the previous star, the paper size is larger (3 inches x 5 inches versus 2 1/2 inches square for the orange points in the first star and 2 1/2 inch pink squares cut on the diagonal to make tiny triangles).
I think the center of this one seems
to have a floral look to it.
Wonder if I'm the only one who sees it...
or if there is another image people see.
This star, with six points,
took 90 folds to create the pattern.
I'm looking forward to seeing next week's color combination as well as what others have created with these colors. The creativity of the participants always inspires me!