Origami Blizzard Book Tutorial Video

Origami Blizzard Book Tutorial Video via @paper_kawaii

A cute and useful origami blizzard book, follow a step by step tutorial video for this pretty project, perfect for a gift and practical too.

This book is perfect for a gift, you could even make one bigger by doubling the measurements. You could have more pages, either use longer paper, or stick them together.

Difficulty: ★★★☆☆
Designer: Hedi Kyle

You will need:

Tools I used: Ruler, knife, cutting board, glue, blunt knife (all for the cover).

Spine:  1 x A4 paper (21 x 29.7cm), I used construction paper (makes two spines)
Pages:  3 strips of 6.8 x 42cm (Cut from A3 paper 42 cm x 29.7cm)
Cover:  For snug fit: 2 squares of 9cm x 9cm card Or for slightly overlapping use 9.5 x 9.5cm

If you have really thick card just cut whatever you want.

There are plenty of ways to close the book, use ribbon, twine, string etc, you could stick two ribbons on each cover and have a cute bow to close it.

Finished book size: 7cm x 7cm 🙂

If you enjoyed my tutorial, I hope you will share with your friends using your preferred social network below!

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total noob
total noob
2 years ago

can you do this with letter size paper instead of a3?

Claudia Garcia
Claudia Garcia
3 years ago

I really thank you so much for being so generous… I’ve been looking for this kind of tutorial since 5 years ago or so. Your instructions are so clear and so easy to follow.

I’m From Mexico, on the other corner of the world!]

I’ll enjoy making this blizzard book.

Greetings!

😉

Bettina
Bettina
4 years ago

WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Patience & precision

ammi
ammi
5 years ago

Wow…?? it’s very lovely and cute. Will be trying one. Hope it’ll work out.?

°☆.。::Danaixa::。.☆°
°☆.。::Danaixa::。.☆°
6 years ago

Hi!
This book is soo lovely i really want to try it but i dont have a3 paper, how to do it with a shorter paper then?
(Sorry my english)
Thanks!

Chrissy - Paper Kawaii
Chrissy - Paper Kawaii
6 years ago

Hi! There are lots of ways to make the pages for the book, use A4 paper (printer paper) or any paper, measure the paper to be the same height as the book spine and fold in the same way, perhaps only fold once or twice, you will get a different shape, hope that helps 🙂

nat
nat
6 years ago

hi! is beautiful! how can i make one size A4 or bigger? can you help me with that?

Chrissy - Paper Kawaii
Chrissy - Paper Kawaii
6 years ago
Reply to  nat

A4? That would need really really big paper to start with, this may not be the best book binding method for anything larger than 10 x 10 cm. What you could do is find the largest paper you can and make the spine from that, from there you could add pages one at a time.. hope that makes sense! 🙂

nat
nat
6 years ago

thanks! 😉 i might look for other option this time, is for a photo album and i would like to use a nice heavy paper… thanks again!

Camilla
Camilla
6 years ago

It’s beautiful but I have difficulties making it. I have A3 paper, but to cut them into strips is hard for me, I don’t have the tool you use to cut them. ;[

Chrissy - Paper Kawaii
Chrissy - Paper Kawaii
6 years ago
Reply to  Camilla

Hi Camilla, sorry about that! You can maybe find a paper trimmer like that in craft sections of big shops like kmart or walmart, Im not too sure, if not then maybe try my other mini book. here : mini-modular-origami-book-video-tutorial 🙂

Camilla
Camilla
6 years ago

I love the cute little bunny at the end. Maybe create a scan for it and share it? Please! Its way to cute. ;[

prspaen
prspaen
6 years ago

I can wait to give these books a try they are so cute

Ally
Ally
6 years ago

Oh it’s soo cute! I did this for my Japanese school project and I’m watching the vid again so I could do one for my geography project! (For this one, I used 4 A2 sheets of paper.. :))

Larisa
Larisa
7 years ago

I love the Origami Blizzard Book! It’s so fun and you made the tutorial really clear. Thank you! Where did you get that cute little picture of the bunny? It’s so adorable.

Lleana Salenga
Lleana Salenga
7 years ago

Hi there i like it so much but i find it hard to follow .
can you please give me the step by step of this?

Susy
Susy
7 years ago

Loved the little blizzard book. Thank you for always posting such great origami videos! You’re so very talented and very patient in making the videos so that we can learn to make fun and cute projects. Love this website!

Patricia
Patricia
7 years ago

Perfeito!! Lindo!! Vou fazer muitos destes!! Obrigada!!

Pati

Mimi
Mimi
7 years ago

The model is lovely, and you’re so talented! Keep up the good work! I was wondering if you’ve seen the blizzard book with the “envelope”-like cover, and have any idea as to how to re-create that? Thanks for the help, I love this website!!

Chrissy Pk
Chrissy Pk
7 years ago
Reply to  Mimi

Hi Mimi, thanks for the lovely comment I really appreciate it 🙂
Is this what you mean?

😀

barbara
barbara
7 years ago

Who created this model?

Chrissy Pk
Chrissy Pk
7 years ago
Reply to  barbara

The original blizzard book model was created by Hedi Kyle I think. I don’t know for sure as I only know the one I have made uses the same folding technique for the spine.

Whitney Lauren
Whitney Lauren
7 years ago

Oh yay! Your back! I will have to try this model! I will post a video link to this one tutorial I hope you can maybe recreate because it is a little sketchy. Ttyl 😛

Chrissy Pk
Chrissy Pk
7 years ago
Reply to  Whitney Lauren

Yay! 😀

Sarah M
Sarah M
7 years ago

wow so cute :-0

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