All photographs, diagrams, videos, and text content on Paper Kawaii is the property of Paper Kawaii, unless otherwise stated. Any modifications, including the illegal removal of watermarks, logos or other information is not allowed. Any copyright infringements will be reported to the relevant authorities.
Permission is not granted to take photos of Paper Kawaii's models and submit them to stock photo websites to make profit. Any of these photos will be reported and you would risk loosing your stock photo account.
Origami Designs On This Website
Throughout this website you will see 'Design: (person’s name)'. If the design is Paper Kawaii, this means that the design belongs to Paper Kawaii.
If you have found this design yourself too, *feel free to say you have discovered it, but mention who else has also discovered the model first (and get permission before making any tutorial or diagram).
When someone comes up with a model themselves, even a relatively simple design, the folding process will always be different, if it’s exactly the same, then it’s pretty obvious that it's been learnt from the original tutorial.
* this information is just for Paper Kawaii's models, not other designers/creators models.
Getting Permission To Re-Create Tutorials
Please email us here if you would like to re-create any of the origami tutorials on Paper Kawaii or for any use of the content including diagrams or photographs.
It is not appreciated when people create tutorials of copyright protected designs especially when no credit is given. Any videos that are re-uploaded will receive copyright strikes on YouTube and your account may be shut down.
Teachers Can Teach Paper Kawaii's Models
If you are a teacher at a school, or are conducting some other kind of class, please feel free to teach any models that are listed as: Copyright: Paper Kawaii.
You have permission from Paper Kawaii to teach these models along with any diagram that is available on paperkawaii.com or shop.paperkawaii.com
Please include info, links and attribution.
Building upon/ model variations
It is totally fine to build upon, change, modify, re-work, make better, add to, make variations of any of the designs featured as belonging to Paper Kawaii. Such modifications will become your own design if they are different enough.
Mentioning the origin of your modification is not only appreciated and honest, it lets others do the same and spreads origami more freely world-wide. Your modification should have very noticeable differences in the final result and the process. Changing one step is obviously not enough.
Selling Origami Models In Your Online/Market/Shop
The best effort has been made to correctly credit the original designer of every origami model mentioned/featured on this website, however it's possible that some information is not correct.
If you are the designer of any model on this website and you wish the content to be changed or updated, please email us here.
Who is Paper Kawaii?
These origami easter eggs are made using accordion folds. These origami eggs are a nice springtime ornament, hang them up as Easter decorations or make pop-up cards with these paper eggs.
Learn how to make an origami Christmas tree envelope. These origami envelopes or pockets are perfect to write Xmas messages or give little gifts such as money, gift cards or even tea! No glue required.
What’s in The Super Cute Book Of Kawaii? Find out how you can incorporate kawaii into your life with this adorable handbook on all things cute.
How to fold a pretty 3D origami Christmas tree. This little origami tree sits inside a pot, decorate with a star on top or other kinds of Xmas decorations.
Learn how to make an origami pumpkin box. This Halloween gift box is perfect to put your candy corns in! Made from just 2 sheets of square paper, no glue required.
Yume Twins is a monthly subscription box featuring cute and kawaii items from Japan. They sent me one of their boxes to review and giveaway!
Learn how to make a special origami pinwheel with a pinwheel on both sides. It will spin in both directions! Made from 1 sheet of square paper, no glue or cutting required.
Learn how to make a set of stackable origami boxes. These square origami boxes are made from 1 sheet of paper, no glue is required. Makes a great gift box or useful organisation for stationery or jewellery.
Read reviews of Super Cute Origami by Yuki Martin, Japanese Paper Flowers by Hiromi Yamazaki, Origami Galaxy For Kids by Rita Foelker and more!
Learn how to make an origami honeycomb box. This 7 to 9 section, round origami organiser box is great to display items such as jewellery, stationery or makeup.
This tutorial will teach you how to make an 8 sided octagonal origami gift box. Both the lid and box are made with 1 sheet of paper, no glue required.
This tutorial will teach you how to make a six sided hexagonal origami gift box. Using one sheet of paper for each the box and lid. You can customise the top of the lid in many ways too.