I seem to remember a cartoon or possibly an animated movie which I watched as a kid. I think based on my age I watched it somewhere between 1985-1995 in the Netherlands, possibly as a Saturday-morning cartoon.
I remember two distinct pieces of it, but in all honesty, I might conflate scenes from different animations. However, I think the connecting factor was that one of the main characters had a bag of magic dust that could bring inanimate objects to life, or animate them at least for a short amount of time. It might not even have been the premise of the show, but a single episode featuring this gimmick.
The first part I remember is that the main characters (children?) had to escape from some harm from what I feel is either a giant tower or cloud castle, and they do it by folding a giant piece of paper into a origami crane (the bird, not the construction tool) and animate it so they can fly on its back to safety.
The second part I remember is that they want to use a bed to transport themselves somewhere, and they use the magic dust on the bed to make it animate. However, initially it does not seem to work, until one of the characters figures the bed is missing something that allows it to come to live. So they use what I remember as one of those hunter-moose-head-trophies, attach it to the bed and try the dust again, and now, with a head, the bed is able to come to live.
I have been Googling permutations of flying beds, origami cranes and magic dust, but nothing seems to come up. Little Nemo came up several times in conjunction with the flying bed, and it might be a match, but it seems to missing that thing that "counts as a head".