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Tsuzura - Small Modular Cubes - Some With Butterflies

Information About This Set of Items

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Set ID #:1288
Category:Modular -- Very Small Cubic
Lid Size: 5.7 cm (2 1/4 in) Square
Base Size: 5.4 cm (2 1/8 in) Square
Box Height: 5.4 cm (2 1/8 in) 
Lid Style:Modular Cube - Tsuzura - Butterfly-Decorated and Assorted
Base Style:Modular Cube - Tsuzura
Designer:Boxes by Tomoko Fuse
Butterflies by Michael LaFosse
Design Source:Origami Gift Boxes by Tomoko Fuse (Japan Broadcasting Publishers Association, 1995) - in Japanese  >> Click here
 
YouTube Video Tutorial by Senbazuru Origami  >> Click here
Paper Type: Hourglass Press Double-Sided Origami Paper - Kimono Patterns (BG-Kits)
 
GrimmHobby Double-Sided Ryomen Chiyogami Kanoko Origami Paper (23-1938)
 
Yasutomo Fold 'Ems Yuzen Chiyogami Origami Paper - Yuzen II (4307) and Folk Art Patterns (4304)
 
Aitoh Checkered Pattern Lacy Washi Origami Paper - (LW-151)
 
Tuttle Publishing Double-Sided Yuzen Style Origami Paper - Amazing Origami Kit and Traditional Japanese Designs
 
Paper Jade Moriki Kozo Washi Origami Paper - Autumn
 
Ehime Shiko Art Color Paper - Double-Sided Solid Color Origami Paper
Sheet Size:15 cm (5 7/8 in) Square
Sheets Used:4 (Lid - 2; Base - 2)
Paper Source: Paper Jade
 
Hourglass Press
Comments:These neat little cube-shaped boxes take their name from the wicker boxes traditionally used in Japan for storing kimono and accessories.
 
Tsuzura are the easiest and quickest to make of the various square boxes presented on this site, although the lid style with Fans is a little more challenging than the basic Tsuzura lid.
 
The reverse side of the paper shows on one side of each fan-shape, so double-sided paper works best for Fans. However, single-sided paper can also be used effectively, especially when colored with a watercolor marker, as shown by some of the lids here.
 
Two of the boxes in this set have been decorated with origami butterflies and two have been decorated with maples leaves produced by a punch. These items are attached by insertion under a fold in the basic Tsuzura lid, with a dab of rubber cement to fasten the decoration more securely.
 
 
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