Mini Origami Books


Ok, so I went a bit nuts making these books.. there are actually more, that I gave away!

These aren’t true origami books, modular origami for the pages, but the covers are cut and optional glue.

I saw some books on Tweety Atelier which is in Korean. I can’t seem to link to a post directly, sorry, its in origami, on the 3rd page maybe.

The yellow one on the top of the pile is the one from that tutorial, the rest are modifications with different sized paper, and slightly different method with the cover.

I might do a tutorial on this, but I don’t think I’m that great at tutorials, the one I made on the baby shoes, seems no one like it HAHA

I would love to make a book case for them,..


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Hi! I'm Chrissy and I run this website, I'm 28 and I live in Australia, with my husband and daughter. I've been blogging here since 2009 and I try to post about once a week, sometimes more, sometimes less. My day job is graphic designer & web developer. Other things about me: I love sci-fi series and films 👽, vampire themed dramas 👻, Japanese anime, Korean dramas and K-pop. I have 2 pet bunnies 🐰, my favourite food is strawberries 🍓, I'm vegan 💚 and love the beach 🌊. I also love painting with acrylics, needle felting 💕 and crocheting cute amigurumis. 🎨

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15 thoughts on “Mini Origami Books”

  1. Elysha says:

    The mini books is so cute.

  2. KYAA!!! it’s very kawaii, ne.

  3. kalynn says:

    hey! i really want to learn how to make these, but there are instructions on the actual tutorial pictures that are in korean… the pages are pretty self explanatory by the pix, but the spine is a tricky one… are you planning on making a tutorial in english anytime soon?

    i just wanted to add that i totally agree with you on your views about public domain and diagrams. 😉 i love your site and think it’s absolutely adorable and has some really cute origami designs i definitely am going to try out.


    kalynn ♥ ♪ ♫

    1. Yes I was planning on a tutorial if there was enough interest, and I have altered the way that the books are made, obviously the author of the website I mention is not the first person to make a paper book and I bet it is taken from else where anyway. One day I hope to start making videos too…!

      So thanks, I’ll put it on my to do list, I’m going to try making a tutorial for the 3d valentines day pop up card one first, unfortunately I found that on the same website as these books! 😉


    2. Just letting you know I did a tutorial on this today, let me know what you think.

  4. elita says:

    you can translate the website by useing google translate.

  5. Imogen says:

    I love your website! I know what you mean about going nuts making these! I made so many! I now also love lookin at tweety atelier! I am going origami nuts!

  6. Lucinda says:

    I am very sorry for Japan 🙁 I have some friends caught up in it all over there.. Nothing to do but pick up the pieces 🙁

    But I LOVE LOVE LOVE these little books!! Thank you SO much for sharing this with us… I was searching for some miniature origami books, and these couldn’t have been more perfect! I’m nearly finished making my first one now, and I’ll be making many more! They’re just too adorable. Thanks so much 😀

    1. Thanks, please feel free to upload a few photos if you like, I’d love to see someone else’s outcome!, there’s a form just under the post, 🙂


      1. Lucinda says:

        Just uploaded a photo of three books I’ve made! One I followed the tutorial, the other two I left out the little latch, though, I’m thinking maybe I should attach it to the following books because I’m having troubles keeping the books closed and flat lol. Sat heavy books on them over night, but they still spring out. :S

        Thanks again for sharing the tutorial… absolutely LOVE these!

        1. These are great! thanks! I’ve just added them to the gallery, if you make the spine of the book a little wider, that helps with the springy thing, and a few of mine were like that like the red one, but they are flat now!!!
          Thanks again

  7. Megan Curtis says:

    I love your site! Thank you for posting all these really cool techniques and origami designs! I just love these books!

  8. Brigette says:

    man i really wish it didn’t happen to japan … i wish you would show us how you made it

  9. Nice sharing man. good tips 😀

  10. Amber says:

    Although there’s nothing anyone can do to bring back what all those poor people lost, I really want to try and help them :'( And I do love these cute books…


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