I do admire the origami artform.
Origami is so clever in the way it creates a paper shape without any glue, just paper folds.
I have gone cross eyed trying to do some of the more complex shapes, but these origami cubes are my fave. They are easy and I love the look of them in different sizes and colours.
Here is a photo tutorial on how to make them.
STEP 1: Use any square paper. It does not have to be double sided. Fold it in half, and then unfold it.
STEP 2: Fold a quarter upwards to meet the middle crease. Do both sides.
STEP 3: Turn over and fold the bottom right corner upwards and the top left corner downwards.
STEP 4: Fold the top right corner down to the bottom middle, and the left bottom point to the top middle.
STEP 5: You will need to make 6 of these for a cube.
STEP 7: Unfold Step 4 and use the side triangles to slot into the the square/triangle pockets another until all are joined.
I am giving mine a going over with a few coats of modge podge, so I can wipe them clean. I am making enough to do some origami chandeliers for my kitchen and living room. In the meantime they are decorating my bowls, vases and mantelpieces.