Monday, 8 October 2012

Origami Box

Hi Everybody

First of all I would like to  say hello and welcome to my two new followers. You are so kind  to join my blog friends.

Today I want to show you an origami box that I saw on Ribbons Flowers and Pearls and you can find a video tutorial  Here.

I do like to make boxes and like the Flap Boxes I showed in an earlier post, the body of this box is made from one sheet of 12 x 12 double sided card, plus extra for the lid. It can be made smaller depending on the size of your square of card. I think it looks so pretty. I used this piece of card because it's not exactly my favourite so I thought if I ruined it it wasn't the end of the world. I know I should have probably made it in paper first to try - but I'm impatient!! And it turned out okay. Just imagine what you could put in here to make a lovely gift! And it can be as plain or ornate as you like. I'm going to have another go soon and see what else I can do with it.



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and finally the lid


I know it seems like a lot of pictures but I wanted to show it from different angles.

Well that's my post for today. I do hope you like the box and perhaps decide to try it yourself. Have a great day everybody.

With love from Christine xx


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18 comments:

  1. Hello Christine, I made one of these boxes ages ago which I gave to my Mum but never was able to find a tutorial for making a lid.....until now thanks to you. Yours has turned out superbly, very pretty indeed. I'm going to make another one now I can do a lid for it lol.
    Cheers,
    Elaine

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  2. Hi Christine,
    such a really beautiful box. It looks amazing. Love all the embellishments you have used on it.
    Got Ellie today again. So I am getting in a little bit of blog hopping before she arrives later.
    Have a wonderful crafty day.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  3. Hi Christine,
    Another gorgeous creation. If it's this good now, I'm waiting to see what it looks like when you make if from card that you like! Thanks for again sharing the tutorial link - crafters are such lovely, generous people.x

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  4. Hi Christine, such a beautiful box the decoration is so feminine and elegant. Another must try, thanks for opting a link to the tutorial, makes life easier. Guess what I will be doing later. I will also have a look at the Fap boxes.

    Have a great day.

    Wilma x x

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  5. WOW! Christine LOVE this box. This kind of thing is right up my street, I made one from a Tutorial I found while Blog Hopping last year. I did it with a Christmas theme and gave to a friend with a little gift in it. Love all your embellishments.
    Have a Great Day

    Patricia x

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  6. This is gorgeous Christine this would make an absolute superb gift, just lovely

    jacqui x

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  7. This is stunning Christine. Such a wonderful design and I love the delicate colour and detailing.
    thank you for the link

    Sue

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  8. Hi Christine
    Truly exquisite thank you for the link will def have a look at that later enjoy your day x

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  9. Hi again,
    This is just full of fabulousness (is that even allowed in the English dictionary? Ah who cares, it's such a gorgeous word!)
    This box is such a lovely design and I adore it filled with shredded tissue and little gifts. It works wonderful for handmade jewellery etc and also for sending a special gift package to a crafty friend full of handmade flowers too.
    The paper you have used is beautiful and with the lovely embellishments this is another wonderful Christine Creation.
    Hugs Linda x

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  10. Hi Christine! This is beautiful! I love making boxes, projects , anything 3D including origami. I used origami once to make some lovely boxes for a project and once you get the folds right it's easy. This project is truly beautiful and I love the detail and the lace. Hugs sharon xxxx

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  11. This is exquisite Christine, everything about it oozes beauty and elegance. A fantastic creation and thank you for sharing the link which I will take a look at asap, love Christine H xx
    PS Great photography!!

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  12. Hi Christine, I love this box, I adore the vintage feel to it, the design is fabulous, thank you for the link!!! it is so elegant! Hugs May x x x

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  13. Beautiful box and beautifully decorated. I made one also and found Christina's tutorial excellent. I love the paper you used.

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  14. Hi Christine - this is lovely and so elegant. Love the whole set up of the photograph - wonderful. The embellishments look soo attractive on the card you chose and the colours are amazing.

    Just love it.

    Hugs Sue Pxxx

    PS Hope the mountaineer is back and keeping well.

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  15. Wowwww Christine,this origami box is fantastic^_^
    Brilliant idea^_^
    Happy day,
    Sonia

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  16. Fabulous Christine! What an amazing box, absolutely beautiful! Carole Z X

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  17. Good Tuesday Morning,
    Had great fun yesterday, I had seen this Tutorial some time ago, made a couple of the boxes and of course as you do forgot all about it. I got out some bits and pieces and made a couple, thank you for the inspiration.

    Have a Great Day

    Patricia x

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