Tomoko Fuse, a gifted origami designer from Japan, created this box out of eight paper sheets all the same size. I learned how to make this box from an origami book. Before Youtube tutorials, I had to learn from a diagram, and many of them were in Japanese. I have to admit it was frustrating to try to understand a three-dimensional fold from a two-dimensional picture. I failed and persisted until I successfully folded the box and have been hooked on modular origami ever since. These smart modular boxes can hold gifts, candy, cookies, or they can be a gift just by themselves!
We will fold the box out of eight sheets of origami paper six inches square for Friday's live class. We will tie it in a ribbon and will create a gift card with a sweet little poem inside!
Be sure to register for the live event, and check back here often for updates, and creative inspiration!
Grab Your Supplies!
Eight sheets origami paper, six inches square
One sheet origami paper, three inches square
Small piece of card stock
Fine tip pen
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Club offers you an opportunity to make new friends, expand your creative skills, and share your passion for creativity in a fun and supportive virtual environment.
Karen Elaine Parsons is an artist who loves to craft. Her years of experience as an author, designer, and instructor in the art and craft materials industry has allowed her to discover and share unique experiences in creativity.
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