Paper: 25cm (10in) square, kami
Model: 5cm by 5cm by 5cm (2in by 2in by 2in)
This video was so confusing can you make one in your own please.
Anyone know where I can find instructions for this that's... you know... Not in video form?
I've tried to make this beautiful box, but even though it turned out fine, it seems to not close properly.
It stays open.
Did I do something wrong?
i noticed that if you add things that touch the top and bottom of the box will make it easier to close.
sorry i wanted to ask some thing thats not related to this video can u make a tutorial on how to make origami paper but not with things like wallpaper glue or things like that is there a simple way to make origami paper with notebook paper so that the origami paper has no lines thx
try as i might (3rd or 4th attempt now) i can't get this, i got further this try, but that crease you forgot at 13 mins has confused me and i've lost it again. any chance of a diagram? i work better off diagrams, i've paused and gone back so many times, i think i've been trying to do it for about 45 mins now and given up as i need to go and cook. i might try again tomorrow.
My roommate needed a box to hold his fiancee's engagement ring. I made this ring box for him, and he ended up using it to propose! Thanks for your detailed instructions and great video.
Oh, and she said yes!
What's the point of english subtitles if you're speaking in english already?
I look at my laptop in the same room as my family and they get annoyed if I have the sound on when I am trying to work something out hence english subtitles are helpful even though I can hear.
Ever occur to you that English-speaking deaf people fold, too? (We CAN read, lol)
For people who are hard of hearing or cannot hear. That's what subtitles are generally for when audio is spoken in your native language. When you turn on the subtitles for your TV, do you also complain that they are speaking the same language? It's the same concept - Closed Captioning.
i cant quite make it. can u post a video of the box but slower and less complicating?
Sara, thanks for the great instructions! I posted a picture on my blog and linked over.
An excellent fold! And a superb picture, too. :)
What paper did you use to make the small box that sparkly one?
Sometimes, at conventions, we do suprise paper exchanges. You give in several sheets of paper, it's split into several packs, and everyone gets one of those packs of mixed paper samples. That sparkly paper was part of such a surprise pack, so I fear I can't give much info on what it is exactly and where to get it.
Would an ipod nano fit into this box well?
You can decide which size you want the box to be. Then take the width times 5 - and you've got the required side length of the square to start with.
I really enjoyed folding this model, I did struggle a little with the pre-crease you forgot to do at the beginning, and had to unfold everything! Then I didn't quite get which direction the final hinge fold was supposed to go, but all this just made me feel I had learned and accomplished something in the end. TY.
i made 1 on my first attempt! its a bit unporportional but i still lik it! thankyou so much! and i truly mean it! i plan to give it someone special with a rose in it, and a small poem. thankyou!
hey sara just wanted to let ya know that i finally made my first origami creation!!! its a double lily! with one petal conjoing them both! and then i realized that there was a tiny hole on the bottom of it. i blowed on it. POOF! its inflateable! i was trying to make a sea turle but i couldnt get step 5 so i just folded it so there was square by opening it out. then i somehow got two square bases on both sides i then proceeded to fold the lily. its sooo super cool!!!!! im tryin to post a picture of it somehow somewhere. but thanks this site really got me motivated to origami!
I love this model! It wasn't too hard I've already folded 3!
i love you
Can you put a ring in the box.
You can put anything in the box you like. I'd probably add some cotton or silk as a bedding.
and get your hand in the right place
Sometimes it doesn't work out, but often enough.
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