Origami jumping frog

Learn how to make an origami jumping frog with these fun and easy ideas. Impress your friends with your paper folding skills and have hours of entertainment.
Though it's a subtle difference, I realized nobody else makes origami jumping frogs in quite the same way as I was taught. More accurately, there are no ...

Though it’s a subtle difference, I realized nobody else makes origami jumping frogs in quite the same way as I was taught. More accurately, there are no tutorials on the internet that show t…

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Briana Corcoran
When you push the back down the paper frog jumps. Kids really enjoy that cool toy 🤩!  For this origami paper jumping frog i used 1 sheet of paper, size 15x15 cm. I made for you a very simple and easy step by step origami tutorial. You will be able to fold this diy jumping paper frog in only a few Minutes! No glue, no scissors.   Hope you enjoy this papercraft model, it's one of my favourites! You'll find a lot of other how to make paper art on my youtube channel. Jumping Paper Frog, How To Make Paper Frog, Fun Origami Step By Step, Origami Tutorial Easy Step By Step, Origami For Kids Step By Step, Easy Origami For Kids Step By Step, Origami Tutorial Step By Step, Origami Without Glue, Orgamini Easy Step By Step

When you push the back down the paper frog jumps. Kids really enjoy that cool toy 🤩! For this origami paper jumping frog i used 1 sheet of paper, size 15x15 cm. I made for you a very simple and easy step by step origami tutorial. You will be able to fold this diy jumping paper frog in only a few Minutes! No glue, no scissors. Hope you enjoy this papercraft model, it's one of my favourites! You'll find a lot of other how to make paper art on my youtube channel.

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Manorigami
Traditional Origami: Frog Origami, Origami Frog Instructions, Origami For Kids Animals, Origami Toad, Origami Turtle, Origami Frog, Origami Instructions For Kids, Origami Folding, Origami Ball

Traditional Origami: Frog Frogs are amphibians in the order Anura (meaning "tail-less", from Greek an-, without + oura, tail), formerly referred to as Salientia (Latin salere (salio), "to jump"). Most frogs are characterized by a short body, webbed digits (fingers or toes), protruding eyes and the absence of a tail. Frogs are widely known as exceptional jumpers, and many of the anatomical characteristics of frogs, particularly their long, powerful legs, are adaptations to improve jumping…

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