Vase of Flowers by Stanley

Vase of Flowers by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Not too bad, not a single flower used a hundred triangular pieces (I avoided the rose and tulip…those 2 used over 120 pieces). 15 flowers in all and about 4 different types. Most were given away by my niece on Valentine’s Day. I’ll make 2 more…

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Jewelry Box by Shabbir Bandukwala

Jewelry Box by Shabbir Bandukwala (Karachi, Sindh,Pakistan) I made a jewelry box which I have learned from YouTube Origami 172. Lid of the box made with the eight paper, box bounder made with 16 paper, and base with eight paper. Lid of the Box Base of the Box Inside of the Box

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Dollar Bill Baskets by DN

Dollar Bill Baskets by DN (USA) I learned to fold these Easter Baskets from this YouTube video. The only improvements I made were to foll the handles to the inside of the basket and fold one of the ends very narrowly as to hide the white stripe that would be at the top of the… Continue reading Dollar Bill Baskets by DN

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Pair of Box Cranes by Sophia & Stanley

Pair of Box Cranes by Sophia & Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) 6 1/2 year old Sophia helped uncle Stanley make a pair of different box cranes. The blue one have a wider base so it’s more balanced, also it can hold a bit more items (Rings, earrings or peanuts on a banquet table etc.).

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Baskeet by Romi Halabaso

Baskeet by Romi Halabaso (Philippines) This is my first original origami creation for 2015. Happy New Year to all! You can see all of my origami models at http://www.wordpress.com/romigami

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Octagonal Box by Hideo Kumayama

Octagonal Box by Hideo Kumayama (São Bernardo do Campo-SP-Brasil) 2x Square paper Size 15×15 Inspiration Twist Box Shuzo Fujimoto

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Hexagonal Box I by Hideo Kumayama

Hexagonal Box I by Hideo Kumayama (São Bernardo do Campo-SP-Brasil) 1. Folding one side of the square paper into 4 parts 2. Folding the other side into 7 parts

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Hexagonal Box by Hideo Kumayama

Hexagonal Box by Hideo Kumayama (São Bernardo do Campo-SP-Brasil) 2x Square Paper Size 15×15 Inspiration Shuzo Fijimoto Twist Box

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Hexagonal Box with frame by Hideo Kumayama

Hexagonal Box with frame by Hideo Kumayama (São Bernardo do Campo-SP-Brasil) 3x Square paper Size 15×15 Inspiration Masu Box http://vallebird.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/masu.pdf

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Decagonal Box with Lid

Decagonal Box with Lid () Decagonal Box Square paper size 25×25 Lid Rectangular paper size 2:1(26×13) Inspiration Shuzo Fujimoto

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Flower Tato by Romie

Flower Tato by Romie (Philippines) I made this tato starting with the traditional star box. To learn how to fold this model, go to http://romigami.wordpress.com/2012/11/30/turning-the-classic-star-box-into-a-tato/

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Hexagon Bowl by Romie

Hexagon Bowl by Romie (Philippines) I designed this model from a hexagon-shape paper which I cut from a square sheet following the technique described in Kunihiko Kasahara’s book ‘The Art and Wonder of Origami’. For more of my original origami models, visit http://romigami.wordpress.com

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Oriental Flower Pot by Romie

Oriental Flower Pot by Romie (Philippines) This is an enhanced version of the classic star box, which I created by border-grafting the paper as the first step. To see more of my creations, including other variations of the star box, please visit my origami blog ‘fold, unfold’ at http://romigami.wordpress.com

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Lozenge Giftbox by Shahrokhi

Lozenge Giftbox by Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran) Designing this lozenge giftbox with 4 rectangular sheet of paper.a3 a4.

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Geneva Box by W.Y.

Geneva Box by W.Y. (Wa, USA) Recently folded the Geneva Box using 8.5″x11″ paper. I went on Hexagon/how to, wikipedia to find a real easy way to make a hexagon as a starting template. I cut up some thin cardboard from a used cracker box. The hexagon was a bit smaller than 8.5 inches square… Continue reading Geneva Box by W.Y.

Gift Box by Romie Halabaso

Gift Box by Romie Halabaso (Philippines Philippines) This model is folded from a rectangular paper, about 6″ x 10″. It can also be modified to become a simple gift box without the decorative top.

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Octagonal Tato by Romie Halabaso

Octagonal Tato by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This octagonal tato model is folded from a square paper, no cutting. The double pinwheel folds closes the tato firmly.

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Envelope by Romie Halabaso

Envelope by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) One day, I’m gonna write my boss a letter to tell her how I feel; I don’t know if it will please her but this envelope surely will.

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Tato by Romie Halabaso

Tato by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This is a simple tato model, made by first folding the paper into thirds horizontally and vertically.

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Gift Box by Romie Halabaso

Gift Box by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This is a modular origami model of a simple gift box, made up of only two units.

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Dish by Romie Halabaso

Dish by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This is a simple dish model, created starting with the square pinwheel letter envelope origami that I created and posted here earlier. The sides of the dish are well locked in. When the last side is locked, you get an initial dish origami form, but it’s not finished yet. You… Continue reading Dish by Romie Halabaso

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Small Box by Romie Halabaso

Small Box by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This model resembles what is called the Japanese box but is folded out of a square paper rather than a rectangle. This is actually a variation of my origami rose model.

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Bowl: 2 variations by Romie Halabaso

Bowl: 2 variations by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) These bowl were folded out of the Japanese pinwheel model. Great as peanut bowls during parties. I call the second model ‘star bowl’.

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Small Cube by Romie Halabaso

Small Cube by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) After learning to fold the old Japanese pinwheel model called Menko, I joined four (4) units of this out of small origami papers in different colors and came up with this small origami cube.

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Box by Romie Halabaso

Box by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This origami box was folded from a rectangular paper, the standard 8.5″” x 11″ art paper.

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Letter Envelope by Romie Halabaso

Letter Envelope by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This is a very simple and easy-to-fold letter envelope. It is actually more appropriately called letter ‘wrapper’ since you wrap your letter like a gift with this origami. You have to place your letter inside the unfinished origami before you make the final fold.

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Box by Abbas Shahrokhi

Box by Abbas Shahrokhi (Iran) I folded this box with two rectangle paper for lid and two rectangle paper for body.

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Pyramid Box by Evi Binzinger

Pyramid Box by Evi Binzinger (Muenster/Germany) Origami Pyramid Box folded from one sheet of paper by Evi Binzinger. Crease Pattern available here.

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Rainbow Vase by Abbas Shahrokhi

Rainbow Vase by Abbas Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran) This is a Rainbow Vase. First made in July, 2007. See more about this type of origami here. This book has lots of good ideas or learn to make the triangular units here.

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