Diy Origami Organizer Box Without Glue

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Hi Friends! In this project, I made an amazing, easy origami organizer box. This is really so easy and without glue. I made a desk organizer box.

First I cut a square sheet of paper from A4 size paper.

Fold the corners of the paper. (1 and 2 edges overlap) It will be in the form of a triangle.

Rotate the triangular paper 45 degrees. You can determine the direction according to the numbers in the photo.

Fold the sides of the triangle to the middle. So you will get a square shape. You can follow the numbers.

Turn over the back of the new square paper. Then fold only 2 layers of paper (at the bottom corner of the square) upwards.

Unfold all the parts you have folded and make the triangle in photo 3 again.

You need 3 of these triangle. I did it in different colors. But you can also use paper of the same colors.

I wrote numbers on the left and right sides of the triangles. These are very important. This stage will create the organizer.

The number 2 side of each triangle will go inside the corner number 1 of the paper on the left side (according to the photo).

This rule applies to all edges. "The number 2 side of each triangle will go inside the corner number 1 of the paper on the left side (according to the photo)."

The organizer will look like a bowl. Turn the bottom. Interlace the corners of the paper to form the bottom of the bowl. For example: fold the yellow paper, then the blue, then the green, then the yellow, and again the blue and green paper.

Organizer is ready. You can do it by using colorful, or just one color paper.

I made a bowl-shaped organizer without using any glue, tape, etc. Although it may seem difficult, you will find that it is very easy when you start doing it.

This is my video about this project. You can also see all steps and all important details in this video.

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  • Shuganne Shuganne on Mar 06, 2023

    Thank you for the clear and detailed pictures! I found the instructions easy to follow! (Much better than the peaks and valleys I usually find in origami instructions.)

    Did you really make this with plain old printing paper, or a heavier stock? How much weight could you put in the organizers? Did they ever topple over if you put a long pencil inside but hanging over the side? What are the finished dimensions?

    I love this project!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Kathy Kathy on Jul 23, 2021

    You need to show pictures of this on a table straight-on POV. Your creative angles, colors, and folders are confusing.