Origami Sunken Omuta Rose
We modified the Omuta Rose (easy twisty rose) to create this sunken Omuta Rose. Try and see if you like it!
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Origami Sunken Omuta Rose Step 1: Follow instructions for the Omuta Rose (easy origami twisty rose) from Steps 1 to 8.
You should have the following to start with.
Origami Sunken Omuta Rose Step 2: Fold down the tip to meet the horizontal crease. Crease well and unfold.
Origami Sunken Omuta Rose Step 3: Unfold paper slightly so that you can the "square" shape created by the crease you made in Step 2.
Here's looking at the paper from the top. See the square in the center?
Origami Sunken Omuta Rose Step 4: We're now going to make a sink fold. This is a technique used in origami. You can check out our page on sink fold if you're not familiar with it.
To make the sink fold, we first have to recrease some of the folds as shown below.
Origami Sunken Omuta Rose Step 5: Push the paper towards the center from both sides.
As we do so, we're also going to collapse the paper. When we've completed this step, the paper should look like what it did in Step 2 minus the tip.
Compare the paper below to Step 2. See how it's the same except the tip at the top is now sunken into the paper?
Origami Sunken Omuta Rose Step 6: From here onwards, the steps are the same as the Omuta rose (easy origami twisty rose).
Fold back the bottom layers.
Origami Sunken Omuta Rose Step 7: Pry paper open in the center where indicated below. Then press paper flat to form a squash fold.
Origami Sunken Omuta Rose Step 8: Flip paper over.
Lift up the center portion.
Origami Sunken Omuta Rose Step 9: Make a diagonal fold for the upper layer on the bottom right.
Origami Sunken Omuta Rose Step 10: Rotate paper 180 degrees.
Once again, make a diagonal fold on the upper layer at the bottom right.
Origami Sunken Omuta Rose Step 11: We're now ready to twist and shape the paper into a flower.
If you've already folded the easy twisty rose then you know what to do. The technique is the same.
If not watch the video below to see how you can twist, shape and curl the paper.
Here's the completed origami sunken Omuta rose!