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Difficulty Level: Low

Time: 30 Minutes

Equipment list required:

-Magazine, Newspaper, Cardboard, Paper

-Ruler or Bracket

-Pen or Pencil

-Scissors or Cutter

I used the pages (quite thick) of an uncoated magazine.

I also used newspaper, pasting three sheets with glue to make the box resistant.

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Step 1: Draw the Squares

Draw eight squares on the sheets, helping with pen and bracket.

I made eight squares of size 10x10 cm.

You need four squares for the base and four squares for the cover.

Step 2: Cut the Squares

Cut the squares with le scissors.

Step 3: The Base

Fold four square for the base.

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At the beginning you have to watch it several times, but when you have learned the steps will not need to watch it again.

Step 4: The Cover

Fold four squares for the cover.

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Step 5: Assembly

Assemble the base.

Assemble the cover.

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This is the hardest part, but if you are precise in folding the paper, it will be automatically.

How you can note, i have still much to learn!

I suggest to put a cardboard into the base to make it more presentable and rigid.

The succes depends also from the thickness of the paper (the paper that i used is quite thick..with thin paper is more simple and the box will be also resisant!)

You can adorn your box with flakes if you need to make a gift or you can use such it.

<p>I have made these boxes before but I really like how they look here. Pre-used paper is such a versatile medium.</p>
This is a cool diys that I HAVE to try out!
<p>Origami boxes are perfect for a last minute container. If you can find paper or card stock, you can make a box. I love it.</p>

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