Origami Fabric Pyramid Wall Art

Terial Magic has blown my mind! Last week, they came by to shoot me for some promo stuff and it was a total blast, but it was clear after the shoot that I had only scratched the surface of it’s awesomeness.

So what is this stuff? Well, it’s quite literally magic because it’s a fabric stabilizer that turns fabric into a paper like substrate and doesn’t fray or anything. And if you want, you could also wash it out. But for now, I’m playing with it all paper-like and stuff.

For the shoot, I made a hexagon version of this pyramid wall art using 4.5″ squares and I put it on 12″ x 12″ white canvas. Oooh la la right?


I sent this home with Meg after the shoot since I just gotta be me. But then, I was all like what if I made a straight-line rainbow with 2.25″ squares instead. So I picked out 15 Art Gallery Fabrics Pure Elements Solids and an art installation was conceived.

For those interested in how this is done, there’s a new YouTube video on my channel that shows both the origami & installation.

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And here’s some links for the products I used in the tutorial.


And without further ado, the piece de resistance was born.



While I don’t promote anything unless I legit love it, this post contains affiliate links.


  1. Mathew Boudreaux

    Very cool looking. I’ve never tried Terial Magic, but I’ve heard about it. May have to do a small one. I wonder whatever happened to my glue gun…

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