Origami Honeycomb Box Tutorial – Round Divider

Origami Honeycomb Box Tutorial - Round Divider via @paper_kawaii
Origami Honeycomb Box Tutorial - Round Divider via @paper_kawaii

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.

For this video tutorial, I decided to try using no music, just the sound of the paper being folded and some birds chirping now and then.

Some have suggested using it as a spice box. Also thanks to those of you on Instagram, facebook and discord who gave me name suggestions. Honeycomb was suggested by multiple people.

This box is a combination of the last three tutorials; the Origami Hexagonal Box, Origami Octagonal Box and the Origami Tray Dividers.

The inner boxes are made so that the color and design is on the inside rather than outside. If any of making the inner boxes was unclear in this video, check out the original ones first, might help.

Note: if you want to make the round container for the plants, you don’t need to make the inner boxes… or the plant pots really. They just fit in the outer container. So you’d only need 2 sheets of rectangular paper.

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You will need:

Outer box: 2 sheets of rectangular paper. I used A4 (21 x 29.6 cm) but you can use any size such as US Letter paper (printer paper). Best to use thickish paper.

Inner Hexagonal boxes: 1 sheet of square paper. If you used A4 the size is 15 x 15cm. (if using other sizes, divide the long edge of the rectangular paper by 2)

Inner Octagonal box: 1 sheet of rectangular paper the same size as the outer box.

Origami Honeycomb Box Tutorial - Round Divider via @paper_kawaii
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Badeea manzoor
Badeea manzoor
2 months ago

I wasnt that successful in making it, because i’m far too young for making origami. I’m just 12. But i’m an expert and can make all sorts of paper crafts.

Kayla Kim
Kayla Kim
9 months ago

Can u make a photo on this?

Jocelyn
Jocelyn
11 months ago

I think that when it gets to the part where it is in time – lapse, it gets a bit confusing of where to fold. Also I really like it without music 😉

Fatma Ahmed
Fatma Ahmed
1 year ago

Hi Chrissy,
Does the folding need to be perfect???, because my brother can’t fold nicely and at the end he messes it up because it is not perfect.

Charlotte
Charlotte
1 year ago

Hi Chrissy, love your work! So much so that i subscribed! But since i did that, does that mean you will email me whenever you post something, when theres a giveaway and things like that? I am just a little unsure

Govind Kulkarni
Govind Kulkarni
2 years ago

I prefer light music. This is very cute model. Hope to see more such videos.

Hoxygn
Hoxygn
2 years ago

Jeruk sirsak?

Shea
Shea
2 years ago

I’m making it right now. I think I prefer the music, I wonder what everyone else thinks, I guess a lot of people might mute the audio either way and listen to their own music or watch tv?

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