We would like to introduce you to this very beautiful and practical origami. Its use is limited only by your imagination: to store candies, and stationery, to set the table for the arrival of friends, or even at a wedding. When choosing the size of the paper, be guided by the fact that a 15×15 cm square sheet will make a box about 5 cm wide, so feel free to take a larger square, and there is nothing to say about the color – let your imagination run wild!

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Bend the side corner to the center line, and work the fold well.

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Make a squash fold at this point.

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Repeat Steps 2-4 on the opposite side.

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Turn the paper over and repeat Steps 2-7.

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Fold the top layer of the right side to the left to reveal the third side of the square base.

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Fold the bottom side corners toward the center.

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Open the fourth side of the square base and repeat Steps 12-13.

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We are almost done, the only thing left is to decorate the edges of the box. There are two ways to do this, so below are steps 17-18 (1) and 19-21 (2). Scroll through all the images to the end and choose the option you like best. The final step will be the same for both options.

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Fold the bottom corner up, then repeat for the other three sides.

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You can see the two dotted lines in the photo.

Step 20

First, fold the corner along the bottom one, then make a fold along the top line with it.

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Gently pull the corners apart while flattening the bottom of the box.

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Whichever of the two options you choose, you got a very cute storage box. And if it’s hard to decide, try making both!

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