We have 13 different origami containers for show, these can be used for storing keys, trinkets, jewellery, accessories, chocolates or sweets.
They can be made from any type of paper, but we'd recommend using a thicker sheet to give it more stability and strength.
This traditional geometric box has a square shaped holder in the middle.
This super kawaii rabbit would look fantastic on a bed side table or stand.
This container transforms the traditional and infamous origami Crane and brings it new life.
This container is traditionally used to store tea bags on, but works great for jewellery due to it's shallow base.
This six pointed star box is designed by Robin Glynn.
This cute little container is traditionally used to give sweets in, we've put some origami stars in it.
This heart box is designed by Jeremy Shafer, you can watch his tutorial here.
This hexagon shaped container has a removable lid to hide away your trinkets.
This cute little flower bowl was designed by Paper Kawaii, watch their tutorial here.
This small container has an adorable decorative heart on the front. We made ours using washi paper giving it a two toned look.
This traditional four point container looks great with double sided paper.
This large traditional bowl would normally be used to store flowers in.
This cute closable box is perfect for giving a surprise gift in. You can watch the tutorial here.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested in a bespoke origami container!