Step 1: This
is what you need to make the aquarium:
4 blue papers of about 11x11 centimeters
4 blue papers of about 8x8 centimeters
4 blue papers of about 6x6 centimeters
8 light blue papers of about 3x3 centimeters
glue and/or tape
a piece of ribbon or rope
Step 6: Use
the width of the stick as guidance to prefold the smaller papers (which
are also rolled up into a square stick)
Step 5: This
is how to model should look.
Step 2: This
is a paper of 11x11 centimeters.
Make Zig Zag folds over these lines.
Step 4: Make
a square shaped stick of the model, use glue or tape to close it.
Step 3: Fold
these lines into the right direction
Step 10: The
four shortest sticks are glued between the bottom and top part
Step 8: This
picture shows how the bottom and top part of the aquarium are made.
Step 9: The
bottom and top part are exactly the same.
Step 7: Make
4 sticks of each size, this makes a total of 12 sticks for one aquarium.
All sticks have the same width.
Origami Dolphin in a paper mini
Step 16: Fold
the corner inwards, see yellow lines.
Do the same on the other three corners, see pink arrows.
Step 15: Use
the width of a stick as guidance for these folds (prefolding).
Step 12: Add
glue to the top of each short stick
Step 11: This
picture shows how one of the short sticks is being glued to the bottom
Step 14: Finally
eight plugs are made to close the openings.
Step 13: Place
the top part of the aquarium on top of the four short sticks
Step 19: Ribbon
is used to hang the aquarium (and shark)
Step 18: Insert
the eight plugs into the open parts of the aquarium
Step 17: This
picture shows the bottom and top of each plug.
is a selfmade aquarium in a carton box. The sticks at the top of the
box are used to move the fishes. It's made by Mollymoo Crafts
This video by Joost Langeveld also has instructions for making the mini