You will need a minimum of tools for a paper frog making:
It’s better to use a green paper to be close to nature as much as possible.
You can use a thin cardboard, a colored paper or a napkin.
The material for making the frog should be of even and square form.
If your paper has a form of a rectangle, fold the lower corner to the top. Cut what is left.
Make the paper corners be guiding and fold trace must be vertical.
Paper sides taking
Looking the fold’s traces, take the paper sides in such a way to make a small triangle.
The product will be like a roof with the curved inside sides, if it is put on the table.
Seams smoothing out
Smooth out all the seams with your fingers to make the triangle look smooth and good folded.
Put it in the form of a directing arrow
Connect the lower corners of the triangle’s upper part at the highest point of the whole figure.
Rotate the figure to the right
In the form of a directing arrow. Connect the upper corners of a small triangle, which we had on the last stage.
The curved triangles of the product must be turned to the table. You should have a directing arrow before you.
Fold its sides, connecting the edges with each other in the center.
These parts should be folded once again
Start doing it from the inner side. Each must be bent and folded.
Don’t forget to smooth out the product’s edges from time to time to make the frog stand well and have a clear form.
Turn and bend
Turn the frog on the other side and bend a little less than in a half.
Unfold the product
Put the product in a previous position. Make a little “step” in the form of bunching at the bending area.
Pull down the upper little triangles in the area of the frog’s eyes to simulate its having the big eyes.
Origami is ready