For Valentine’s day, I made a tutorial for these Triangle Origami Bowls. Now that it’s Halloween, candy containers were top of mind. I thought I’d give this origami tutorial another shot. You can read back to the step-by-step tutorial if you prefer to see photos of each step. I’ve also been asked to make a video tutorial for it. To learn how to make origami bowls, click through now!
I was trying to take videos of lettering work for Mix Fonts‘ instagram account, and holding my phone while working just wasn’t cutting it anymore. So, as the crafter that I am, I combined a few different origami tutorials and came up with this origami phone stand that could easily double as a beautiful wall installation. Read on to learn how to make these twin pyramid origami stands!
Here I go with my origami streak once again! Want to display your photos using nothing but scrap pieces of decorative paper? Here’s an origami photo stand you can use to display your favorite memories. Read on to learn how.
This is a fun origami trick when you need to organize in a pinch. Just a couple of folds here and there, and you get a cute paper origami box basket, ready to hold your daintiest of craft supplies. Read on to learn how.
Art Fest event photos courtesy of SM Stationery
Last month, I partnered with Instax once again to spend an hour or so crafting with fellow instax lovers at the SM Stationery Art Fest event at SM The Block. My notebook addiction was at peak, so making instax pocket notebooks was top of mind. To learn how to make your own, read on!
Took a bit of a break from my usual weekly tutorials when I headed out to Japan for three weeks. Of course, I went on my usual craft supply shopping in Osaka, but I also took time to learn a few new origami tricks. Take shopping, add a little bit of origami and you end up with this fun paper craft. To learn how to make mini origami shopping bags, read on!
At last month’s #InstaxAndCrafts event, I shared a slew fun instax print crafts with a ton of fellow instax fanatics. I taught the couple hundred guests how to make fun pullout and pop-up greeting cards, but promised to share a whole lot more here on the site. So here’s the first of the bunch!