7. Origami Santa Claus
You can go with the traditional red or you can change Santa's clothing color to whatever you like! Why not try using wrapping paper to give him a real fashion statement this year? Just don't forget to draw on the face!
6. Origami Christmas Bell
This bell is particularly cute if you use a small square of origami paper to make it. Then make lots to decorate your tree! The last fold is a challenge, though—you have to make sure the two sides line up exactly or you'll have a funky corner on your bell. But if you can pull this off, you'll have a lovely little ornament!
5. Santa's Origami Boot
Use red paper with a white backing to fold this cute little boot. Then you can even put a little present inside!
4. Origami Christmas Wreath
This one's not as hard as it looks! Just be careful at the end—if the fit isn't exactly right, you'll end up with a wonky circle!
3. Origami Reindeer
Origami looks best when standing—not a problem for a folding master like you! The key point here is the antlers, which are pretty detailed. And don't forget to add a red nose at the end to make one of them Rudolph!
2. Origami Christmas Tree
The leaves are pretty tricky to fold, but if you can pull them off, you'll have an adorable little tree to go with your big one! Then make a bunch of origami trees to create an adorable little Christmas forest!
1. Origami Treetop Star
You need a star for the top of your tree, right? The hard part is lining up all the various parts at the end. But if you can do it, you'll have a great way to top your tree!