Origami Hexagonal Envelope / Pouch – Video Tutorial

Origami Hexagonal Envelope / Pouch - Video Tutorial via @paper_kawaii
Origami Hexagonal Envelope / Pouch - Video Tutorial via @paper_kawaii

This is a cool origami hexagonal envelope or pouch, it looks like it’s a ‘Tato’, however it’s folded from a square or rectangle.

Would make pretty invitation envelopes for a special event like a wedding or Christmas party.

This is an unforgiving model, most of it is pre-creasing. If the creases are out of place, it may not fit together well. Once you’ve folded a few, you won’t need the video anymore though, it’s very quick.

There are numerous ways to continue folding the centre hexagon afterwards, make a flower or a spiral.

Level: ★★★★☆ (but you can do it!)
Design: Paper Kawaii

You will need:

  • 1 piece of A4 paper or just printer paper, you could use square paper. Either way you will be cutting it to size during the tutorial.
  • Ruler
  • Pencil
  • Scissors or knife & cutting board
Origami Hexagonal Envelope / Pouch - Video Tutorial via @paper_kawaii

I have also made a crease pattern which you can print out:

Click here to view or right click and save as

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5 years ago

stunning and so clever thank you

Last edited 9 days ago by Chrissy

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