How to Make an Origami Box Gift Tower for Treats or Trinkets
I love origami. For many there is something magical about making 3D structures come to life with nothing more than paper and your own two hands.
This homemade gift idea utilizes your origami gift box skills (get them here if you don't already have them) to make a trendy gift tower in the paper of your choice.
Make these for any holiday or occasion: Christmas, Hanukkah, Halloween, Sweetest Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, to honor new parents and their sweet babies, birthdays, Valentine's Day, Anniversaries... even Weddings! If you can find paper thin enough to fold and worthy of the occasion, you can make an origami gift box tower that is just as playful or elegant or simply as cute as you desire.
Origami Gift Tower Instructions
Note: These boxes are fairly small so don't plan on filling them with gallons of treats and candies. The largest box is 4" x 4" (see the giant malt balls nestled in standard cup cake liners in the big box above) and the smallest box is only 2" x 2" (good for a single scrumptious truffle inside a mini cup cake liner or perhaps a pair of earrings with tissue paper for example).
Origami boxes can be used all year long... last minute gifts, birthday gifts, holidays, wedding favors, gifts for special occasions, thank you gifts, even fundraising and bake sale items will be more impressive when they come in an origami gift box...
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Another fun way to turn paper into a gift package is this pouch pocket card...
Coordinating Gift Idea...
What goes great in an origami box? Truffles! Put each truffle (get truffle recipes here) in a mini cupcake liner and wrap in plastic cellophane. Or make mini desserts such as donut holes, brownie bites or chocolate dipped pretzels.
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