Santa Claus by Nagata Noriko

2 Santas  Claus by Noriko Nagata 700Easy Origami Santa Claus by Nagata Noriko
Designer: Nagata Noriko
Folder and Photographer: @OrigamiKids

Time to fold 3 min. Difficulty level: Easy. 6 steps. Folded from a one classic Red and White Single Uncut square origami paper. For making this Origami Santa Claus, what you need is a piece of two sided white and red sheeted paper. about 25cm x 25cm. Diagrams in NOA Magazine 280 Pages: 34-35
How to fold, at the end of the page.

This is really a fantastic easy origami santa! It only requires 6 folds! Noriko Nagata is the creator of this genius design and we thank her for it. Your kids and friends face will light up when they see you transform a simple square sheet of paper into santa!

How to fold Here!
Option 1. Recommended by @origami_kids
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NOA Magazine 280. NOA Magazine is the monthly publication of the Japanese Origami Association. The complexity of the designs in the magazine tends to lean towards the more simple variety, but an occasional complex design is thrown into the mix

Option 2.
Google has a lot of information. Through a Google search I found this web site with the diagrams:
Diagram Here!
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