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!
This tutorial, although more useful around Christmas and Chinese New Year, is one origami that I actually use quite often. I find putting money in a basic envelope boring, so I resort to this clean & classic paper-folding trick instead. Origami money envelope tutorial this way.
As most of you probably already know, I’m a huge fan of themed parties and decorations. I’ve used chinese takeout boxes for past events and activities, but never really got around to making them from scratch. I always used store-bought ones, and just decorated them as needed. As usual, I sat down and tried to figure out how I could origami my way into making it. I kind of did! Read on to learn how.
This origami square tutorial does double duty. Not only can you fold your letters into a square, but you can also use it as a simple square envelope.