Learn how to make an easy origami stackable box with handles. These easy origami boxes slot together. Made from 1 sheet of square paper. These stackable origami tray boxes start off the same way as an origami masu box. If you already know how to make a masu box, skip to 2:55 in the video.
If you are going to use thicker paper, you will need to pinch the corners at the bottom of the box to fit them inside each other, almost rounding the bottoms of the boxes. These boxes also ended up becoming long origami trays, theres so many variations that could be created with these boxes.
Theres so many uses for boxes such as this, made from slightly thicker and larger paper they would be perfect for storing delicate items such as pressed flowers, handmade jewellery pieces, dried roses and so on. You can also make the handle smaller and more sturdier by folding it under, the same as in the origami trays linked above.
Origami Stackable Boxes (Stackbox)
Design: © Paper Kawaii Copyright Information
You will need:
‣ 1 sheet of square paper per box.
Paper used: 17.5 x 17.5 cm
Final model size: 6 x 6 x 3 cm
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More Stackable Origami Boxes:
Origami Stacking Pots
These interlocking origami stacking boxes or pots are great for multiple gifts or to store jewellery, stationary & more!
Origami Stacking Boxes
A fun stackable origami box. These house shaped origami boxes can stack up or be slotted together. They make great gift boxes too.
This divided origami box has a handle in the middle, so it looks like a toolbox! There are 2 versions to make, the 1st has a two coloured look, the 2nd has a single color & you can also stack them, as they slot together!
Hi Chrissy, I asking about the blue cubed shaped tray in the 3rd frame. It looks like it’s folded into 3rds unlike the shorter ones are folded into 4ths.
Ido subscribe and do enjoy you videos. They are easy to follow.
Sorry I misunderstood you, yes I never made a specific tutorial for that one, it’s made the same way as the drawer from this: https://www.paperkawaii.com/origami-drawer-box-tutorial/ except you’d do the handle both ends 🙂
How do you deviate the model to make the tall square version?
You use square paper instead 🙂
I like very much your creations but I miss a good diagram. A video for me is a help but I prefer detailed drawings. Maybe it’s my mind… I can ask you? Is there any reason why you do not attach them? Thanks for sharing, anyway.
I’m planning to diagram all of my designs eventually, I’m slowly getting them done. The reason I don’t attach them is because I don’t have time right now. Hope that makes sense 🙂
I understand you because I had some web responsabilities too. Thanks for all your origami work, Chrissy. It’s so cool! I look forward at those beautiful diagrams!