Step 1: Make a Square
[Pic 1] Start with a regular sheet of paper. It doesn't matter how big it is, as long as it has right angles.
[Pic 2] Fold any angle up and across to make a triangle. match up the edges and crease. (The pencil shows the edge of the paper...it was hard to see in the lighting)
[Pic 3] Flip the whole thing over and fold the rectangle that's not included in the triangle back like shown.
[Pic 4] Now cut the fold you just made off. You can also rip it off if you know how to rip in a straight line like i did. You should end up with picture 4.
[Pic 5] You don't need the small rectangle, throw it away, keep it as a bookmark, or doodle on it.
Step 2: Square Base
[Pic 1] Fold your square back into the triangle from the crease that is already there.
[Pic 2] Now fold this triangle in half into a smaller triangle.
[Pic 3] Take the first layer and kind of pop it out like so...
[Pic 4] Bring down the corner to the bottom, like in the picture
[Pic 5] and crease!
[Pic 6-9] Repeat on the back.
Step 3: Where the Real Fun Begins!
[Pic 2] Take the right and left corners and fold them in to meet each other.
[Pic 3] Then take the top corner and fold it down.
[Pic 4] Repeat on the back and you should end up with picture 4.
Step 4: The Next Step
[Pic 1] Take the right corner and pop it out like in the picture, then crease. The original crease line should line up with the fold.
[Pic 2] Repeat on left side and then the back.
[Pic 3-4] Lift up the right side like in the picture 3, then fold what you just made back like in picture 4.
[Pic 5] This is what you should end up with after repeating on the left side.
[Pic 6] Repeat on the back.
Step 5: Almost There...
[Pic 2] Fold the top corner down as shown.
[Pic 3] Repeat on the back.
[Pic 4] now fold the top down like shown into a rectangle. If this doesn't make sense just click back and forth from picture 3 to picture 4.
[Pic 5] Repeat on the back.
[Pic 6] Now go back to the flaps that you were working on originally like in the picture.
[Pic 7] Again, fold down the top into a rectangle.
[Pic 8] Repeat on the back.
Step 6: Finishing
[Pic 2] Open it like so.
[Pic 3] Expand more and crease the bottoms
[Pic 4] Congratulations! You've finished your origami box!
[Pic 5] Now use it to hold office supplies, snacks, smaller origami boxes, or Bob from the first step.
Hope you enjoyed making your box! You can also doodle all over it :)