Magic Cube Rose


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Here is a simplified step by step guide to make another exciting and fun art project, the Magic Cube Rose!

This is my first ible to be posted here,

I hope the pictures will help to convey what I wish to say 

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Step 1:

The instructions are in the pictures!
Just mouse over the yellow box.

Step 2: Petals

The instructions are in the pictures!
Just mouse over the yellow box.

Step 3: Leaves

The instructions are in the pictures!
Just mouse over the yellow box.

Step 4: Assemble Half-cubes (leaves)

The instructions are in the pictures!
Just mouse over the yellow box.

Step 5: Assemble Half-cube (petals)

The instructions are in the pictures!
Just mouse over the yellow box.

Step 6: Fusing the Half-cubes

The instructions are in the pictures!
Just mouse over the yellow box.

Step 7: Open the Rose

The instructions are in the pictures!
Just mouse over the yellow box.

Step 8: Final

The instructions are in the pictures!
Just mouse over the yellow box.

Step 9: Imagine. Create. Share. Feel Good!

Rose Cube is my favorite origami ever!
I made lots of it because I am planning to present a pair of yellow and red rose (one in cube form, while the other in full bloom) inside a box to each patients I will be caring for on Christmas eve!
Yes, I will be on duty as usual :-D

1 Person Made This Project!

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36 Discussions

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kmason0607

1 year ago

I'm going to give this to my boyfriend.

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poopmaster

2 years ago

how do you do the green ones

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DanteC5

4 years ago

sdfsdsd

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freakyqwerty

8 years ago on Introduction

I't looks great but do you have to use two sided coloured paper?
Also how big would it be if I used post-it notes?
Thanks in advance.

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hushyfreakyqwerty

Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

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You may use one-sided colored paper. Start off with the wrong side facing up. But the white side of the paper would show between the gaps.
Post-it notes can be utilized.
The smaller the paper being used, the higher is the difficulty level.

My pleasure. :-D

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username252hushy

Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

Two-sided color paper could be used. I used several types of paper that made it turn out well (but not really like a rose...)

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CrayfishYAY

6 years ago on Introduction

I'm giving this to my girlfriend for Valentine's Day. I just made it & I am putting in a surprise for her. When I present it to her, I'm going to do the normal opening. But next, I'm gonna tell her to put her hands out to where it makes a bowl. Then I'm gonna tilt it upside down, pinch the green part, then out will come a Belgian Seashell. A Belgian Seashell is this chocolate shell w/ chocolate hazelnut filling inside. So, what do you think of this? Is it (insert positive word here) or (insert negative word here)?

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ghan1

8 years ago on Step 2

Please make the instructions in the yellow boxes clearer. It is a little difficult understanding what you mean.

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WhiteTech

8 years ago on Introduction

Alittle hard to follow, but combined with another video instructable it worked perfect. Video was unclear, this one was great, this one was unclear video helped out!

I made one for a special someone, takes it everywhere with her! She live it!

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tbirch1

8 years ago on Step 8

I'm not sure why we had to fold in and out the leaves so many times but I just wanted to say I DID IT! :)

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dkerongay

8 years ago on Introduction

Thanks for sharing. Succeeded making it in my first attempt ;) and i must say, it luks simply pretty.

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luv2recycle

8 years ago on Step 1

so... where is the 'yellow' box we're supposed to mouse over?

Thanks for the pretty flower! My first attempt at origami, and it worked so i guess it's a clear enough set of instructions!