Monday, November 18, 2013

Origami Boxes Review & Giveaway

Origami Star Box
This Star Box design is from Origami Boxes by Florence Temko, published by Tuttle of Vermont. I've been wanting to get my hands on this book for a long time and it does not disappoint! With Christmas approaching you'll never have to find another gift box and you'll refer to it over and over again. Priced to sell, it's packed with 24 projects, mostly boxes, perfect for beginners, but I like it too. Just add paper, I used one 8 1/4" sheet from Tuttle's  Origami Paper Traditional Prints.
 
*Not to be confused with Origami Boxes by Tomoko Fuse featuring modular origami boxes.

CONTENTS
Introduction
About Origami Techniques
Basic Procedures
About Bases
How to Cut Paper Squares
Helpful Tips
About Paper
Frequently Asked Questions
Further Information
About Boxes
How To Fold Origami Boxes
Easiest Box
All-Purpose Box
Row of Boxes
Desktop Basket
Classic Japanese Box
Banded Box
Nested Boxes
Plant Pot Cover
Box of Cards
Patchwork Box
Gift Bag
Stand-Up Frame
Triangle Box
Money Basket
Color Cube
Flower Gift Wrap
Star Basket
Triangle Gift Box
Five Happiness Bowl
Mystery Box
Hexagon Box
Four Thirsty Birds
Round Bowl
One-Piece Box
 
Origami Boxes is available in both my Canadian and USA Amazon Store's and worldwide at Tuttle Publishing. Check out their unique Asian catalog at Tuttle Publishing.

Tuttle Publishing has generously offered to giveaway one copy of Origami Boxes! To qualify you must be a follower of my blog and leave a comment below about a Tuttle book you'd like to give or receive this Christmas. One winner will be selected at random. Good luck to you! Open until December 2, 2013, Canadian and USA addresses.
 
Update: The winner is #22 Andrea from Canada. Congratulations! Thank you to all who participated.

32 comments:

  1. I would love to win this give away! My autistic nephew absolutely loves Origami and it would make a great Christmas gift! This will definitely help us bond over the holidays!

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  2. i think my favorite i would have to agree with you jenn would be chinese and english nursery rhymes

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  3. I'd love "All Things Paper"
    Google Friend Connect follower annejk112233
    annejk112233 at yahoo dot com

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  4. My kids would really like the Planes for Brains book!

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  5. I follow as Laura P.
    I really would like to read A Geek In Japan.
    bookloon at gmail dot com

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  6. I follow on GFC, as Liberty Boblett. I would really like to give Korean Nursery Rhymes book to my friend who is expecting a baby next spring!

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  7. Hi Deb! I follow you on Bloglovin'. I would love to have one of the sushi books to give to my husband!

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  8. I follow your blog via GFC as shala_darkstone. I'd love to give the Creative Beaded Jewelry book.
    madelinebrubaker {at} gmail [dot] com

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  9. I have too many origami lovers in my family to choose just one that I could give a gift too....but that Girligami looks really cool!

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  10. My bro in law would like one of their travel books as a gift. I follow via GFC as Wendy. Thanks!

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  11. I think this book would be the best! It looks very intriguiing and I'd love to try these!

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  12. Origami Butterflies looks awesome.

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  13. Definitely the Airplanes, my daughter would make them for her son. She is so good at origami she often takes the time to go to her children's school and teach the children simple origami.
    I follow by email and GFC Marjorie/cenya2
    cenya2 at Hotmail dot com

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  14. Folding paper would be my book. I love the relationship between math and art.

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  15. I follow your blog constantly and love it! I am a crafty person. I would give these to my younger niece who recently got into origami! The Bible Origami would be super cool!

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  16. My friend wants to learn Korean, so I would give her Korean For Beginners haha

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  17. i followsed you on network and gfc under amy tolley and subscribed to get emails and i would love the all things paperbook so i could teach my kids

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  18. I follow via GFC & I'd love to give Steampunk Tarot to my sis-in-law. Thanks!
    hstorm799{at}gmail{dot}com

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  19. Followed on network blog: Michelle Feliciano
    Love the Girligami Kit for myself.

    knickgirl_3 at yahoo dot com

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  20. follow by GFC and email
    would love the 50 easy party cakes (for myself). Thanks for the chance!

    http://www.tuttlepublishing.com/food-drink/50-easy-party-cakes-hardcover-with-jacket

    andrea_hockeygirl at hotmail dot com

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  21. I like the Beginning Bonsai===The Gentle Art of Miniature Tree Growing. But I especially like this book that you are giving away!

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  22. Hi I am a gfc follower and I like the Girligami book as well wilcarvic
    [at]gmail[dot[com]]

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  23. I follow you via GFC, and would love to give a copy of Tuttle Publishing's "Korean Nursery Rhymes" to my in-laws for Christmas for their adopted son!

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  24. I like All Things Paper. Sky Sparkle

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  25. The American Boys Handy Book looks like it contains all things boy and would be a lot of fun for my son. Thanks for the great review and giveaway!

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  26. I follow via network blogs. Brigette Streeper I would also love to try the 10-Fold Origami book.

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  27. I follow via GFC as Sherri J and I would like the Chinese Knotting book.
    savvyblog(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  28. Ah, I'm too late for this giveaway, however, I would have given away the Origami book. I have a girlfriend that would have loved it! Thanks for stopping by The Zoo.

    Besos, Sarah
    Blogger at Journeys of The Zoo

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