Here is another windowed box. I cut out windows for both roof panels but ended up putting a Pion Design picture in the window of one panel as I liked the idea of the lovely lady looking out the Prima window. The resin windows are from Prima and the soft turquoise paper is Pion Design. I have included a WPC cutting file here for this project but the manual tutorial can be found here.
The next two photos show one of the side flaps opened.
I love the shape of this little box! I’m putting some finishing touches on the cutting file and will be enclosing it on my next post. I altered the sizes of this project a bit from the original project tutorial, which can be found on Randi’s website here.
This next picture shows one of the box flaps open.
I found this origami pop-up Christmas ornament on YouTube and I enclosed the YouTube video below for assembly instructions. I made several of these for the ladies at my mother’s table at her church’s annual Ladies Christmas Lunch. The ladies really enjoyed playing with these ornaments – they were definitely a hit! The video shows making these with 3″ squares, but I enlarged mine to 3.25″ so that I could use an around-the-page punch for the decorative edges. These are very easy to make and fold down to form a flat square. They pop into shape when the bead is loosened.