These instructional animated slides teach you how to easily fold a paper candy Japanese style. Learn how to use the Japanese art of origami to make your own paper candy. Use the start, stop, forward and back buttons to easily follow along. You can also speed up the instruction ...more
The video shows how to make an origami candy dish. Fold your origami paper in half diagonally. Put the four points into the center area. Turn over and fold all four points into the center. Move the tip out to the edge for the feet. Turn the paper over and fold the flaps out to ...more
Learn how to make an origami candy cane. This Christmas how to video to the tune of Jingle Bell Rock demonstrates how to fold an origami candy cane. Fun origami Christmas craft!
These instructional animated slides teach you how to easily fold a paper candy cane Japanese style. Learn how to use the Japanese art of origami to make your own paper candy cane. Use the start, stop, forward and back buttons to easily follow along. You can also speed up the i ...more
These instructional animated slides teach you how to easily fold a paper candy box Japanese style. Learn how to use the Japanese art of origami to make your own paper candy box. Use the start, stop, forward and back buttons to easily follow along. You can also speed up the ins ...more
In this tutorial, learn how to make cute little paper boxes for candy or other small gifts. These boxes make great holders for holiday gifts or little lunchbox surprises. In this video, learn how to design and fold origami candy boxes with your kids that can be used for almost ...more
Got a friend who's got a serious passion for sailing? Then make his or her next birthday extra special by folding these easy and quick origami boats, which can stand up and float in water. Turn them into place cards by writing the name of the person on the side, and put candi ...more
These origami ninja stars have been modified to include a small box for storing everything from candy for a celebration to your keys. Made out of a square piece of foil origami tissue paper, these storage boxes are perfect for summer celebrations or birthday parties. Make the ...more
Christmas is just a few days away, which means everyone is out shopping for last minute gifts. But wait— you still need some Christmas cards! The stores are going to be packed and Hallmark's going to have huge lines— so now what? Luckily, WonderHowTo has some great videos to ...more
Love candy and easy craft projects? Make a paper sweets box using origami, the traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding. This free origami video lesson presents complete instructions on how to make your own paper candy dish from folded paper. For more information, and to ...more
If you've seen the movie "28 Days" starring Sandra Bullock and Viggo Mortensen, then you probably remember the Starburst necklace, right? Well, if you've ever wanted to make your very own necklace out of all of those Starburst wrappers, here is how. Watch this video tutorial ...more
This instructional origami video demonstrates how to fold and origami diamond box. You will need three pieces of origami paper to complete this origami project. This origami diamond box can hold small candies, toys or paperclips. Serve an elegant lunch by arranging snacks in l ...more
With this guide, you'll learn how to make a folded-paper gift box with origami, the traditional art of Japanese paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started making your own colorful paper gift boxes (w ...more
Watch this origami tutorial to make an origami box with a little window. You will need one large piece of sturdy origami paper to complete this box. You can cover the window with clear plastic to make a unique candy box. Add ribbons and decorations to personalize your paper bo ...more
We all need more origami food containers in our lives. This video will show you how you can fold your very own origami cup, in which you can place drinks or candy.
Origami crane. You can make them from napkins,candy wrappers, flyers, train tickets, and magazines. Try to make 1000 of them.
We adore all the cute little valentines, heart-shaped candies, and heart-embellished gift boxes and gift bags that pop up on shelves around Valentine's Day, but (ironically enough) they lack the heart that makes Valentine's Day presents truly special. Wrap your gift in person ...more
Are you hosting an Asian-themed party soon and need an easy but impressive way to present your utensils (AKA chopsticks)? Then this is the perfect project for you. Using nothing but blue origami tissue paper, you'll learn how to fold an origami chopstick holder. The chopstick ...more
Origami paper cranes make for lovely eye candy and, once you know how to fold them, become wonderfully meditative when you compulsively make a bunch of them in one long sitting. So what to do when you have a whole bunch of them? Whether you have a small handful or one thousan ...more
While this paper cup can't hold water or other beverages, it is actually very useful as a container. Whether you're having a birthday party soon and wish to produce inexpensive favor boxes (just fill the cups up with candy) or need little cups to store your tiny treasured knic ...more
This little paper dish can hold candies, nuts, and other small items.
This nice little small platter can hold candies or nuts or more. The sky's the limit with this one! It looks kinda like a folded boat actually.
if you go to a party you can be more creative and make easy paper candy box from square piece of paper. This origami model is familiar as Sanbo box or Japanese box. Follow the Video Tutorial Below: Video: .
Halloween night for most people with kids means tons of candy. That translates into tons of trash from candy wrappers. But even though you probably wouldn't think it, there's no shortage of alternative uses for those wrappers, from clothing and accessories to home decor. This ...more
Americans consume over 1.2 billion pounds of potato chips each year, making it one of the most popular snack foods in the United States. If the entire population were addicted, it'd be about 4 pounds per person each year. Not everyone does, though, so it'd be more realistic t ...more