Tutorial: Origami Box

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Hi all! Some of you asked for a tutorial on how to make the origami box in my last entry. Here it is!

You will need:

- 11-1/2″ x 11-1/2″ piece of patterned paper (this will be the top of the box)

- 11″ x 11″ piece of patterned paper (the bottom of the box)

- 2″ x 11″ piece of card stock (scored at 1-1/4″, 3-5/16″, 7-1/2″, and 9-5/8″

- 2 pieces of ribbon cut to approx. 12″

And on to the instructions:


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71 Comments
  1. Your blog is absolutely amazing!
    Thank you, thank you, thank you.
    Cata from Italy.

  2. You are so creative! Thanks for the idea. I Love origami too.

  3. Wwwaaaawwww, you are an artist!!!! this work is very interesting, and very easy, thank you for sharing…

  4. This was an AMAZING tutorial! When I signed up to be a SU! demonstrator, we made origami boxes at my first party and they were a HUGE HIT! I’ve done them a few times since. THANK YOU SO MUCH 4 SHARING W/US!

  5. This was an excellent video. You’re very dedicated to your work Kristina! Thank you. I love to see the next card on You Tube. Question? What do you do with all of the lovely cards that you make?

  6. Kristina, I made one of those boxes and I had the same problem that someone else mentioned, my lid goes all the way down to the table and completely covers the bottom of the box! I love how on your boxes you can see a little bit of the bottom, so I was wondering how come mine go all the way down?

  7. Thanks for this. It is great that you share your ideas for all to see, we all appreciate your efforts.

  8. Hi Kristina! Giulia from Italy.. 6yr old!

    thanks so much for this video, i realy like it!
    I have take 2 paper from the mum’s desk(with his permission!) and i have made it for my jewels!

    love your video Kristina… is simple for me learn about cardmaking!!!

  9. Great Site & great tutorials! Can’t wait to do a challenge.

  10. great video, I’m off to make one now.
    Thanks for all the great videos, Kristina, they are a pleasure to watch.

  11. Hi Kristina…

    I just watched your video courtesy of a link from PTI. Thank you for showing such a simple way to make something so adorable. I have the same question as one posted earlier – my lid goes all the way down over the bottom, so I’m wondering how you get yours to stand up taller?

    Thanks again for sharing your wonderful ideas. I just discovered your blog and am looking forward to lots of inspiration.

  12. nice tutorial!

  13. Guess this won’t go through cuz I don’t have a “blog”
    I’m just dissapointed the video starts off then completely stops and cannot see how to finish the box, what is the secrect to make the video move forward? Jan in Napa

  14. Hi Kristina, I am having the same problem with the top completly covering the bottom of the box. What do you do to prevent this? Awesome video by the way.

  15. Outstanding tutorial and awesome video. I’m going to make one tomorrow. Thank you for sharing.

  16. thank you so much!!!

  17. FABULOUS! I’ll be linking to this in The Daily DIY!

  18. I’ve search for instruction on how to make an origami box before and your tutorial is the best! So easy to understand and learn, love it! I have bookmark your page for future projects. Thanks a bunch!

    Emmy

  19. Video tutorial isn’t working. Just plays advertizments

  20. This is cool I love and I am gonna try it out now

    Thx

  21. Fab tutorial video – easy to follow to create a great box! TFS

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