Assorted Size and Shape Origami Boxes


Assorted Size and Shape Origami Boxes


Assorted Size and Shape Origami Boxes
Assorted Size and Shape Origami Boxes

With unique and distinctive styles, you need to learn how to make these Assorted Size and Shape Origami Boxes. With one square sheet of paper, you can make a masu box, triangle box, small bowl, or big bowl. This simple origami box tutorial will show you how each one is folded. Use these boxes for storage in your craft room, to hold earrings or other jewelry in your bedroom, or to hold small gifts for friends. Each style has its own desirable qualities and the difference in folding is not different enough that you can't learn them all.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueOrigami

Type of Paper UsedOrigami Paper


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I got a little lost toward the end of the instructions, but figured it out after awhile. It's going to take a little practice for me, but I want to make a couple of good ones and use them to "nest" a few jelly beans in the grandkids' Easter baskets. A word to the wise if you're not practiced in the art of paper folding, start with scrap paper.

When I was a child, I liked to folded origami papers into boxes just like this tutorial. This is an easy project to do. Use colorful origami papers to add more fun. I used the boxes for organizing my desk. I will teach my kids to make boxes like this.


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