Triangular Origami Box (Non modular) Video tutorial


Hey guys!

I finally got to use the beautiful paper that Asking For Trouble had sent me!

The paper is adorable, so cute and really unique.

Please check out the store, here.

This (3 sided) triangular origami box is made using one piece of paper for the lid, and one piece for the base.

I used 6×6 inch paper for the box and lid, the inserts are 3×3 inches.

I’m so sorry about the lighting and sound, I am still too scared to speak in my videos, maybe one day, and when I don’t have a cold….


Hope you enjoy, please let me know how you get on!

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Chrissy Pk

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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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5 thoughts on “Triangular Origami Box (Non modular) Video tutorial”

  1. CrazyChic says:

    I could use this to make a slice of cake! 😀

  2. conpanbear says:

    There seems to be some people wanting more explanation, so I made written instructions with illustrations. The pdf file is 20Mb, I don’t know how to make it smaller (maybe someone knows how to compress these things?) but help yourselves 😀

  3. Hey,Crissy!nice video tutorial :D!This video tutorial would be better if you explain! -Marsya

  4. hellokittyisfabulous says:

    Great tutorial! It’s funny, I can’t do an easy tutorial (clover) but I can do an advanced one.

  5. Origami (折り紙?, from ori meaning “folding”, and kami meaning “paper”; kami changes to gami due to rendaku) is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, which started in the 17th century AD at the latest and was popularized outside of Japan in the mid-1900s. I

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