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Create origami boxes that make clean up a breeze



Before getting started, here are a few tips:
  1. We recommend working with a 12" by 12" piece of square craft paper, but any type of paper will work as long as it folds easily.
  2. Look carefully at the illustration first, then read the instructions. This will help you follow the directions more easily.
  3. The dotted lines on the illustrations show where you fold the paper. The light gray lines show where the paper has already been folded.
  4. Make sure the position of your paper matches the position on the illustration.
  5. When you fold, press firmly to create a good crease. Run a coin along the edge of the crease to help make a nice defined line.
  6. This box is not designed to close. When you're finished, it will have to wing-like flaps on each side.



































TA-DA! Beats paper plates!


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lol That's a lot of folding!

the result is really worth it though, they're so cute!

 
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That's really cute for fries or chips...any finger food really!

 

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I LOVE those stuff! Actually i have an A2 sheet of paper here, so maybe i'll try it

 
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Aquilah, that Origami really reminds me of my happy days at kindergarten
next time when I eat fish and chips I'll try that. Thanks for posting, I miss home now.

 
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I coudn't resist doing it! Next time I'll use thicker paper. the box fell when I let go.



 
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What a great idea! Quite a bit of folding involved though.

 

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