Learn how to make a nifty divider for the Origami Masu box. This model is pretty easy to make even for beginners at origami.
There are plenty of uses for the divider, you could use it to organise stationary like rubbers, pins or you could use it to sort out your jewellery, rings or make-up.
Designed by Paolo Bascetta
You will need:
Square paper – use the same size that you used for the box itself.
Ruler and Pencil – to measure a third of your paper’s width.
I used: 21 x 21 cm paper.
To learn how to make an easy Origami Masu box and Lid in my video tutorial, here.
A Photo Tutorial is available on the Origami Photo Tutorials page.
I just love your website. You give excellent instructions and have so many different patterns to choose from. I’m making the box dividers right now with 15x15cm paper and using 2 glued together for Christmas ornaments. They look great! I had no trouble at all following your video instructions. I’ve tried others’ videos and get lost a lot of times and have to abandon the project.
Can’t you just use the Z-fold technique for the starting thirds?