These are three of my favs from giftsbeauty.com
Check out Tadashimori's video's on Youtube. (I think he runs Gifts Beauty)
His origamis are AWESOME.

The letter folding is very simple :]
I'll explain each in 3 steps

Step 1: Style #1

This one doesn't take long, and is really easy to open. I tried making a cp for it (the graph below), but it didn't work out very well. I think I messed up some places.

But if it helps, I'd like to say that the red lines represent valley folds, and the green ones are mountain folds.
<p>I guess Ihave a lot to learn. Never heard of hamburger style oragami. Just looking for a simple but creative envelop. This was way too complicated for me. Thanks anyway.</p>
<p>Thank you, ninjacow258, for sharing your creative envelope folding instructions with us. I love the envelope shapes and tried to make them but was not entirely successful. I think the instructions need to be a little more detailed. I'm glad, however, that you cited the source of your information. That helped me find the YouTube videos that show how these lovely envelopes are made. For those who need additional information on how these envelopes are folded, I recommend going to YouTube.com. To see how to make Style #1, search for &quot;Easy Origami Square Letter Fold&quot; by Paper Kawaii. For Style #2, search for &quot; 'Pull Tab' Letter Folding (Origami)&quot; by Cori - Koori Style. Folding Style #3 is demonstrated by Tadashi Mori in the YouTube video, &quot;How to fold a letter 01.&quot; By the way, I had no luck with Style #3 using standard letter-sized paper. In Tadashi Mori's video, it looks like stationery paper was being folded. (The paper is smaller than 8 1/2 by 11 inches, but rectangular in shape.)</p>
<p>what k8kc said...</p>
Ninjacow258, I really wanted to learn how to do the double pull method. I even looked around the same style on different pages. I couldn't find another and for some reason I can't make it using the pictures you have. Can you take more pictures of the steps or make a video? I feel like I'm missing an easy but important step.
I faved.&nbsp; 5 little paper stars.<br />
these instructions are impossible to follow, sorry but you explain it quite bad...
I know, I'm not good at explaining how to fold things. That's why I posted pictures. Sorry if it was crappy.
you might want to add instructions like 'then mountain fold a to b' and then add infoboxes with letters to your instrutable, you also seem to forget some steps...
:( i got it all except the last part... o well O_o

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