A Beautiful Way to Say “I Love You”

This origami rose is also a box, perfect to give a present. Origami boxes are useful and versatile for any occasion. But don’t wait for a Valentine’s day, Christmas or a birthday to give!

A handmade gift expresses depth of feeling and a greater degree of personal involvement in a relationship than a mass-produced item.

A few weeks ago, at Maria Sinayskaya’s flikr page, among her lovely creations, I spotted an origami rose-box, a perfect gift to surprise someone with. I could not rest until I figured out how to fold it.

Here I share a video showing how to make it.

Once made, fill the rose box with candy or small berries and leave it as a surprise for that special person in your life. It is beautiful and easy way to say “I love you” without having to say a word.

Thanks to Maria Sinayskaya for granting  permission to share her rose box.

Set of origami rose boxes

Diagrams for this box are found at Maria’s website

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28 thoughts on “A Beautiful Way to Say “I Love You””

  1. Thank you for the video – you included an extra step towards the end which made all the difference for me. From scratching my head to aha I’ve got it!

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  2. maravilloso!!!
    estaba buscando un envase para regalar mis bombones y esto esta muy lindo y facil de hacer
    muchas gracias Leyla!!

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  3. Hello maria
    I want to learn making rose box but i am not able to make only with help diagram. I want step by step procedure. can you e mail me steps

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  4. That box was good i liked the other pink one better that the orange one the orange onw was to square and the pink is beautiful

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  5. Loved this tutorial….you really made it super easy for us to do this amazing box. I would soon showing my users how to make this box and would put the link to this page for them to see and do it with ease…
    thx so much again..Fabulous!

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  6. Hola Leyla muchas gracias por el video, es una hermosura el diseño de Maria y la generosidad de ambas de compartir! Saludos desde Argentina

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  7. Mi querida Leyla,
    es un placer leerte, escuchar tu voz, y poder ver, aunque más no sea, tu alma en tus manos! GRACIAS por compartir con todos nosotros tus descubrimientos, tus recreaciones y, en este caso, hasta tu desvelo!
    ¿Acaso el amor no trae desvelo?
    Te mando mi cariño desde la Patagonia!
    Gracias! GabiOrso

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