Origami Box with Cover photosHere are origami box with cover photos that have been submitted by our readers. Check them out!
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From Ramona in Berlin:
From Jen in Wyoming " The treat boxes im making for my daughters Halloween theme birthday party. She will be 2!!!"
From Dhara in Pune:
From Ingrid in Amsterdam "I find myself addicted to making the boxes."
You sure have many origami boxes there, Ingrid! :)
From Ivona in Struga " I love this site! I love this origami it is easy and practical.Me and my friend do origami all the time. "
From Crysta in Minneapolis "Origami box with cover - It was surprisingly easy. "
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From Kay in West Tisbury " Origami box with cover...makes a great jewelry box for a handmade gift! "
From reader " In all my procrastination, i found something to do. I cut an A4 piece of paper in half, made an origami box out of one. Then with the other half, i trimmed it by a few mm, then made a box with that. And guess what? THEY FIT! Yeah, and I made a origami flower thing to put into the smaller box, WOOT "
From Alec in Logan " I had made many mini envelopes with mini cards to send to my girlfriend and used the basic origami box to easily store all of them. Complete with lid. "
From Missy in London " this is my big and little origami boxes with covers."
From Raz in Kalmar, Sweden " I made these for my girlfriend for christmas candy-give aways. "
From Casey in Lindale " I stayed up late making this origami box for my husband while I probably should have been sleeping. "
From reader in Dawsonville " This is a large Origami Box w/ a lid made from Halloween Cardstock Paper, I love it. And didn't even plan to make Frankie come out so well on the top! "
Love your Frankie paper!
From reader in Geelong " Relaxation for a fidgety person. This is only some of what I made today. "
From Beverly in PA " I made several origami boxes out of 12x12" floral-themed Calendar pages. I achieved crisp edges with a bone folder. I filled the boxes with 4 types of bagged seeds out of my own garden for Christmas gifts for fellow gardeners. I wrapped each box with metallic cording and added a pine cone accent and tag. The boxes are of course reusable after the seeds have been sown. I adore this method of box-making. It's very soothing and industrious with attractive results. The recipients were thrilled with their gifts. "
From Sharon in Eugene " I just couldn't stop once I started folding the boxes. I kept going smaller and smaller to see how small I could go. These 2 are my smallest yet. "
From reader in Yanbu " I made it for me while i was borr :P its an awesome activity to spent leisure time :D "
From Claire in San Mateo "ORIGAMI BOX - Practiced a little with white paper, then found some other things to make boxes out of. I found this pretty cherry blossom picture in the magazine, cut it out, and formed it into a box. [: "
From Pam in Nebraska " I made this origami box to hold a necklace I made for our niece's 1st Communion. I used card stock, decorated it with a few stickers, and tied it all shut with contrasting yarn. Fun and easy to make! "
From Neil in Bloomington " I put a big box on a small box for a lid :P "
From Eli in Detroit " I thought this was a good 1st attempt at the box w/ lid :) "
From Ingibjorg in Iceland " this is a origami box with a cover."
From Cymbeline in Cavite City "origami boxes i made from art papers and glossy pages of magazines "
From E.Mark in Kailua-Kona " Creative inspiration for the boxes came from magazines and their designs. I cut out a lot of magazine pages to create the boxes. Using the thicker card stock from the "Disney" advertorials proved to be a hit with great results! "
From Christie in Wichita " I used a thicker paper (12x12 inch scrapbooking paper) for this box with a cover, and it turned out much better than just thin origami paper. "
From Christina in Kahului " Origami Box Great for gift boxes or storing your favorite knick-knacks. I personally like putting candy in it and giving it to my friends. Thanks for the instructions to make it! "
From Jen in Raleigh " Origami box with lid, made out of scrapbook paper. "
From Sandi in Portland " we used your great instructions yesterday at my Stampin Up Downline meeting, to create and decorate these beautiful boxes. "
From Izabella in Auckland: