We have a great surprise for the lovers of the Pan American and Parapan American Games! Santiago 2023, the most important multisport event of the continent has a gift for you: a Fiu origami.
The idea is that you can take Fiu, the seven-colored bird, who is the official mascot of the next Games and represents the values of such a great event, everywhere you go.
With its wings, Fiu will fly to every corner to be part of every home in the American continent and keep sports fans company.
How to do it?
Below you can download the attached file and follow the instructions to build your Fiu.
We invite you to download this material and share it on all your social media accounts tagging Santiago 2023!
FOLLOW THE STEP BY STEP AND BUILD YOUR FIU
Step 1: Cut out the white outline of the square.
Step 2: With the sheet in a rhombus position, fold the sheet in two, leaving Fiu's tail facing up, as shown in the image.
Step 3: Fold the bottom along the pre-cut line upwards.
Step 4: Fold the upper triangle down behind the lower part, as shown in the image.
Step 5: Turn the whole figure over and lift the top flap corresponding to Fiu's tail, leaving a white rhombus in the center.
Step 6: In the lower triangle is the head of Fiu. Fold this triangle further down, along the pre-cut line.
Step 7: Join the two ends of the figure together, forming what you see in the following picture.
Step 8: Turn the figure to the left, leaving Fiu's head up and the wings down. Then, fold both wings along the pre-cut line, leaving it finally as in the image.
Step 9: Open Fiu's head and fold the black triangle on Fiu's head inward, leaving a small black triangle, simulating Fiu's beak.
Step 10: Fold the wings along the pre-cut line downward, forming a black triangle and then open Fiu's wings.
Step 11: And that's it! Now you have your Fiu ready to decorate your Christmas tree.
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