Step 1: This
vase is folded out of two square papers glued together. Glue or tape
three papers together if you want a wider vase.
Valley-fold over this line.
Place something heavy, like pebbles, at the bottom, so the vase doesn't
Step 8: The
arrows show two places where the layers are folded together.
Step 6: Repeat
step 5 over these lines.
Step 12: Make
sharper folding lines.
Use tape or glue to keep the bottom closed (if necessary)
Step 11: Make
the same mountain-fold at the bottom of the edge, which is not visible
in this picture.
Now you can place the edge on the right over this edge, see pink arrow.
Glue or tape both edges together.
Step 10: The
large arrow shows the corner of step 9.
Repeat step 9 on the other three corners, see smaller arrows.
Step 9: Fold/push
this corner downwards.
Step 5: Make
an inside reverse fold over these four sets of three green lines.
Valley-fold over the four orange lines while you do this.
Step 7: Press
the layers between the two large arrows against each other, then fold
them together over the short green line.
Do the same on the other 7 same places, see smaller arrows.
Step 3: Fold
in half over this line,
then unfold the model.
Step 2: Fold in half over
Step 4: Prefold
over these three lines.
Step 13: The
bottom of the vase should look like this.
video by Joost Langeveld also has instructions for the Origami vase
(Joost is a popular You Tube artist):
is a complete different sort of Origami vase with flowers. Looks great,
right? It is called 3d Origami or Golden Venture Origami. The vase and
flowers are made of hundreds simple Origami parts which are slided
It is actually a complete flower-craft-set and available at sites like AliExpress