Tall Origami Box – Video Tutorial

Tall Origami Box - Video Tutorial via @paper_kawaii

With these instructions you can learn how to make a useful tall origami box, which can be used as a lid as well.

I made this box to fit the  Origami Crown Box (used as a lid) which is what is shown in the photo above.

If you were looking for other sized origami boxes, such as long or flat, check out the boxes category.

This box is based on the traditional origami masu box, the assembly is different as well as the way in which you get the first few folds.

It would be very easy to make a box with a specific width by using the item as a guide. In the video I am using the crown box lid as the guide, or you could use a ruler to get a specific measurement.

You could also change the last few folds to make the box a bit taller or shorter.

To get the maximum height, leave out the last few folds at 4:21 in the video, then use a bit of glue to keep the box together.

Designer: Paper Kawaii (and possibly others)
Level: ★★★☆☆

You will need:

1 sheet of square paper – I used 20 x 20 cm

Final size: will depend. Mine ended up being 5 x 5 x 6.5 cm.

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andy
andy
5 years ago

Hi! What size of paper would you recommend fot a water bottle? I’m giving them away as gifts and would like to wrap them in this way ❤️ i’m so thankful i stumbled upon your videos on youtube! ☺️

Bianca Azzahra
Bianca Azzahra
5 years ago

I just made tall origami crown box and i wanna make a lid (tall origami box) for it. can i still use the same sized square origami paper? Fast reply pls!

Emellin H
Emellin H
5 years ago

hey! On the leftmost box of the first picture, how did you make the layered lid? Were the paper sizes for each layer the same? Great work btw.

Chrissy - Paper Kawaii
Chrissy - Paper Kawaii
5 years ago
Reply to  Emellin H

Yes they were the same size, but somehow fitted. It is 3 origami crown boxes, tutorial: https://www.paperkawaii.com/2016/01/03/origami-crown-box-or-lid-instructions/ 🙂

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