origami gift box- how do you make them deeper?
i stand in want to make an origami gift box (preferably octagonal) but all the designs i've seen online are fairly shallow and i want to muddle through it a bit deeper so it fits more in it! anyone know how to make it deeper, or at least can refer me to a site that will help??
Follow several and glue them together?
Scrape by several and glue them together?
Does using a larger plate of paper help?
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Mr King, 43, who goes by the name Dave, above, when at his day job with an engineering firm in Reading, said: “It started quietly and just got more and more lively. By the end it was quite a raucous party.”
Oxjam ends with a nationwide weekend of town “takeovers” in October.
Mosaic brings city sights together
ARTISTIC pupils gave up their own time to create this colourful mosaic for Headington’s Cheney School, above. Year 8 and 9 pupils met twice a week after school since January to create the four-panel mosaic.
It includes city sites – including the famous Headington shark life-sized model – and the school’s Latin motto “Think for yourself, act for others”. The panels will be put up in the school’s Lane building on Friday.
The project was part of the school’s East Oxford Community Classics Centre, which opened last October to educate pupils and the public about the classics.
Director Lorna Robinson said: “It looks brilliant. They showed enormous skill.”
Pupils take a peek behind Bamboo Curtain
AMELIA JOHN, above, has been flying the flag for China.
Her school, Larkmead in Abingdon, held a whole day of Chinese culture on Thursday.
Students got to try out Chinese percussion instruments, have a go at calligraphy and traditional wash painting on rice paper, and learnt typical ribbon, fan and handkerchief dances at the hands of experienced Chinese dancers.
Amelia, 12, said: “The Ribbon Dance workshop was great fun.
“The skills I learnt in this workshop will help me to develop my balance skills for my dance classes.”
Teenagers also got to try out Chinese cookery, origami and Chinese folk dance.
School spokeswoman Marilyn Pearce said: “The workshops encouraged students to feel, see, think and practice from a Chinese cultural perspective.”
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Fabulous Origami Boxes
Fabulous Origami Boxes is a Japan Publications publication.
About this book
Imagine a box made of paper! Boxes are one of the most popular formats of the age-old papercraft of origami. This delightful book is entirely devoted to the creation of origami boxes-plain or fancy, playful or practical, and elaborate boxes topped with cranes, butterflies, lilies, stars, and more. FABULOUS ORIGAMI BOXES includes designs for nesting boxes, simple triangle and square boxes and more complex hexagonal and octagonal boxes. Detailed illustrations provide step-by-step instructions on the correct way to crease and fold origami paper. Many of the designs are made of one sheet of paper, but some combine individual units with intriguing results.Both practical and lovely, these boxes can be used for gift-giving, storing trinkets, or simply for display.
Origami Boxes, For Gifts, Treasures & Trifles
Create endless variations by changing colors, patterns, and textures. Plentiful photos, bright and close up, will show you how to go each step of the way, and there are even suggestions for appropriate things to put in each kind of box.
About this book
Small treasures deserve beautiful boxes to hold them, and origami, the deceptively simple Japanese art of folding and connecting multiple sheets of paper, makes a range of wonderful styles and unique containers. Create endless variations by changing colors, patterns, and textures. Plentiful photos, bright and close up, will show you how to go each step of the way, and there are even suggestions for appropriate things to put in each kind of box.
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*Get your Mother's Day gift early! The West End Library is hosting an Origami Owl Jewelry fundraiser. Origami Owl Jewelry is on display for viewing. Proceeds from this fundraiser are used for new materials, programming and summer reading programs.
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COLUMBUS -- The Platte Valley Playhouse presents “I Hate Hamlet” by Paul Rudnick today through Sunday at Central Community College-Columbus Theatre. Curtain time is 8 p.m. today Box office hours are noon-7 p.m. Monday-Friday and 1-5 p.m. Saturday
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The exhibit focuses on buildings from the late 1950s to the present that demonstrate adaptive re-use, and on properties that have been designed for energy efficiency and climate. The exhibit runs through . Children will enjoy making an origami bird
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Patrons can purchase tickets at the Hippodrome box office for $20 a person. Celebrate Waco will include a new food-and-drink tour that will send patrons to restaurants and bars in the area. For a separate $30 arm band, guests can sample signature food