More Storage

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Hi, I'm back! Today I'll be introducing how you can have more storage for small and tiny objects, ex. earrings pencil erasers, clips, etc.

It's not that hard, you know?

Let's begin!

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Step 1: "INGREDIENTS"

WHAT YOU NEED:

1. A Squared Paper / A4 Paper

2. Scissors

3. Stuff to put in this little box!

Step 2: FOLD AND CUT!

Fold it till the tip meets, and cut off the extra rectangle. Then fold the triangle symmetrically. Then open up the folds to create the center point.

Step 3: FOLD THE EDGES IN AGAIN AND AGAIN!

Fold in the edges to the center point like in the picture. Open up the folds ... again, and fold another smaller triangle to the previous folded line. Repeat that step to all four big triangles. Then fold back them in place to give the shape of the third picture above.

Step 4: FOLD...again...

Fold the square inwards to get this. Then, fold the two outwards to get the second picture. Then open up the folds, and fold the baby triangles inwards. Then fold down to get the shape in the forth picture. Repeat to both sides.

Step 5: YOU'RE ALMOST THERE

From top view down, open up the folds and use your nails to sharpen where the paper "bends." You finally get a box!

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    judypalmer

    3 years ago

    Best box origami I've seen! I had a little trouble with step 4, but once I got it, it was very easy. By using a second piece of paper a bit smaller (or larger) than the first by about 3/8-1/2 in (10-12mm) or so, you can have a box with a fitted lid!