These easy origami envelopes or pockets are perfect to write Xmas messages or give money, gift cards or even tea. No glue required.
It’s no surprise that origami stationery is a super popular origami theme. We have separated the categories mentioned above into sub-categories, below.
As origami is made from paper, a lot of flat origami can be used as stationery, as cards, gift tags, notes, bookmarks and so on. So don’t let these origami stationery models limit your imagination.
Think of these origami stationery items as the base, you can then use other origami models to decorate. For example, make an origami envelope, and then decorate it using origami hearts or origami stars.
This easy origami envelope or letterfold designed by Simon Andersen is super simple and will only take 2 minutes to make from 1 sheet of paper, great for gifts.
This long origami hinged gift box is made from two sheets of square paper. It’s great to use as an origami pencil box, or makeup & jewellery.
A geometric origami hexagon coaster or Tato with a triangle on one side. You can open it to reveal the triangle, use it to give someone a note.
Make origami Star of David tiles that slot together or single coasters. These geometric hexagrams are made from a single sheet of paper.
Fold an origami star tato designed by Philip Chapman-Bell. This origami tato/coaster has a five point star on the front & opens to a pouch.
Make a useful origami document folder for papers, photos, receipts and other items. This origami accordion case makes an awesome gift all year round.
Learn how to make a cute and useful origami clover bookmark. This origami clover is easy to make from 1 sheet of square paper.
Learn how to make a pretty origami heart necklace. Use these origami heart letterfolds as gift tags. Easy to make with rectangular paper.