I like origami. You can find all kind of uses for it. One of the first, quite easy, models I learned was the masu box. It's fast to make and very usefull.
Just a few weeks ago, I made one. When it was finished, I was looking at it and thought: "Why not try to make something else by keeping folding?"
So, I listened to myself and tried it. And I must say, the results were better then I expected them to be!
Eventually I made three different boxes/bowls kind of things. 

I hope you like them!

Step 1: The different models

I will show you how to make the basic masu box and and the three other models

For all of these models, al you need is a sheet of squared paper and about five - ten minutes time.

Where to find:

The masu box:     Step 2-5

The triangle box: Step 6

The small bowl:   Step 7

The big bowl:      Step 8
<p>i have many of those kind of paper and i don't know what to do on them, until i found this.......thank you...</p>
<p>I'm glad it's useful! </p>
<p>Thank you for the nice instructable</p><p>Rima</p>
<p>Thanks! </p>
So cute!!
<p>Thank you!! </p>
Thank you for your good idea!
<p>I'm glad it was useful! </p>
<p>I have an instructable just like this one.</p>
I love these - I'm going to make a few to help organize my jewelry. Thanks for the great instructable!!
Thank you!
Just made one tonight! Do you know of a way to make a lid that isn't just the same box upside down? Shaped like a gift box lid?
You could use a slightly bigger paper and make the big bowl, the square is the same size as the normal box
Cute Little Boxes :). Thank you for sharing. <br>P.S: I love that you took clean pictures of every fold, thanks again.
your works are simply amazing!
Thank you!
Love the printed papers you used! lovely boxes :)
Thank you!
This is a great tutorial! The boxes are very pretty! I will definitely be making a few of my own!
Thank you!

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