Crafting Origami Envelopes & More

Crafting Origami Envelopes & More

Crafting Origami Envelopes & More

Are you finding yourself buried under a pile of papers, digital prints, or other materials that are useful but are taking up unnecessary space? This project offers a quick solution using full or half sheets to declutter and organize effectively.


Materials Needed:

  • Paper: any type, including digitals, sheet music, book pages, magazines, etc.
  • Glue
  • Scissors

This set of six paper projects starts with either a square or rectangle and then employs various folding techniques to create envelopes, bookmarks, photo corners, writing spaces, and notepads. In the end, you might only have manageable paper strips left. Customize these ephemera for journals, office use, or other creative purposes and decorate them as you like.

Here are some simple project ideas:

  1. Envelopes for collections, coupons, or ephemera storage
  2. Organizers for purses or drawers
  3. Collections of bookmarks for your home library or school
  4. Mini notepads for quick notes
  5. Corner protectors for documents or photos

Try out these speedy and straightforward projects for personal use or as thoughtful gifts while also streamlining your paper clutter. Commit these techniques to memory to maintain a clutter-free environment in your office or crafting space.

Happy paper crafting!

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