How to fold 2 versions of a round origami pot or vase. This cup can be tall or short, made from 1 square paper, no glue or cuts required.
View all of Paper Kawaii’s origami bowls, an origami dish or origami pot. Origami containers are useful as well as pretty. Using the right paper you can make them sturdy and use for practical purposes such as a fruit bowl, pencil pot and more.
Please chose from the origami bowl tutorials below.
Learn how to make a square origami twist box with a flat base. This geometric origami bowl or pot is great for a displaying trinkets. 1 sheet, no glue required.
These interlocking origami stacking boxes or pots are great for multiple gifts or to store jewellery, stationary & more. No cutting or glue.
Learn how to fold two versions of this Tapered Origami Box. 1st is plain, 2nd looks more like a plant or flower pot, with a thick rim on top.
These easy to make origami plates are traditionally used for serving loose tea, you can use it to serve tea bags, or as a bowl or tray for other items.
Learn how to make a six sided star dish or bowl with these simple origami instructions, this origami is made from one sheet of hexagonal paper.
Learn how to make a traditional origami square bowl or box, this box looks as if it’s twisted, and is very easy to make. Easy step by step instructions.