Origami Envelope

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The completed Origami EnvelopeThis is a really cute and impressive way to send a letter, a message or an invitation.

People will be especially grateful in this digital age because you not only took the time to both write your message by hand and deliver it, but you also made the envelope yourself



Origami paper and stickers for the folded envelope.


  1. Fold your square of paper in half.
  2. A folded piece of square paper.
  3. Open it out.
  4. A folded piece of square paper.
  5. Fold the bottom and the top edges to meet the crease.
  6. Adding a gate fold to the paper.
  7. Open it out again.
  8. Unfolding the paper to see the fold lines.
  9. Fold it in half again in the opposite direction.
  10. Refolding the paper in the opposite direction.

  11. Your creases should look like this when you open it out again.
  12. Unfolding the paper to see the fold lines.
  13. Fold the bottom edge up again.
  14. Folding the paper again.
  15. Fold the sides in but not all the way to the middle.
  16. Assembling the folded envelope.
  17. Open the sides out and turn the bottom right and left corners in.
  18. Assembling the folded envelope.
  19. Then fold the sides back in again.
  20. Assembling the folded envelope.

  21. Fold the top right and left corners in to the centre to make the envelope flap.
  22. Assembling the folded envelope.
  23. Fold this top flap down.
  24. Assembling the folded envelope.
  25. Then tuck it in to close the envelope.
  26. Tucking the corner into the envelope.
  27. Write your message on the notepaper.
  28. A handwritten letter next to the envelope.
  29. Fold the notepaper to fit the envelope.
  30. Folding the letter to fit inside.

  31. You will need to unfold the envelope to put the message in.
  32. Adding the letter to the envelope.
  33. It will only take a few seconds to fold it again as the creases are already in place.
  34. Closing the envelope.
  35. Use a pretty sticker to seal it.
  36. Adding a sticker to keep it closed.

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