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How to Make an Origami Star Box | DIY Easy Origami Star Box

Learn how to make an origami star box out of printer paper. To make this easy origami star box watch the full video and follow the instructions that I show step by step. If the video is too fast for you pause the video in every steps and try yourself.

This video tutorial is easy for kids to make origami star box with printer colour paper at home. So I hope this video will help you to make the origami star box. Thanks for watching origami star box tutorial.

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Requirements: One Square Paper

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