Introduction: Origami Storage Box

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Here is an origami tutorial from my side for my followers, I have always made efforts to hold my resistors and capacitors from getting lost and I came up with this awesome idea of Origami Storing box.

This box looks quite festive, at Christmas you could display
nuts or chocolates, at Easter you could put mini easter eggs into it but this box is pretty all year round.

Step 1: Start by Making a Square Base

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  1. Join the right top and left bottom corners of the paper and crease.
  2. Now join right bottom and left top corners of the paper and crease.
  3. Flip the paper over
  4. Fold the paper diagonally in half both ways.
  5. Now you can pick the paper up, folding in half and pushing the diagonal folds into the center.

Step 2: Continuation

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  1. Starting with your square base upside down, so that the flaps are at the top.
  2. Fold the right edge to the middle crease.
  3. Repeat on the left side.

Note:Observe images carefully from this step on wards.

Step 3: Preparation Continues

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  1. Open out the right flap that you just folded, and flatten as shown in .
  2. Repeat on the left.
  3. Fold the right side of the flattened flap behind.
  4. Repeat on the left side.

Step 4: Continuation

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  1. You should have the craft shown in the image by now.
  2. Fold the bottom point up. Unfold the previous fold.
  3. Fold one layer down.
  4. Turn it the other side and repeat the same

As you join the left and right layers you will get more two layers on the top.

Repeat last step on the other 3 sides.

Step 5: Final Touch

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You should have this show in the images (its a top view)

Carefully open out the box by pulling the flaps.

Push the bottom up and straighten out the bottom edges.

Now you have pretty Storage box you can use for storing components .

Thank you:)

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