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DIY Geometric Bowls

I own a ton of scrapbook paper. A TON. I can't help buying it sometimes, it's just so cute! I don't even scrapbook anymore! Luckily, I love to make other things from scrapbook paper. These little origami paper dishes are the perfect example. They are a unique way to organize paper clips, washi tape and other little office supplies you want to have within reach.

These geometric bowls are pretty simple to create. With just a little bit of folding and gluing, you can make your very own cute organizers!

Let's get started!

You will need:

- Scrapbook paper. I used paper from Jen Hadfield's new Home+Made stack by Pebbles Inc and the gold foil paper.
- Scissors
- Glue
- Folding template (click HERE to download)

1. Cut two pieces of 12x12 scrapbook paper down to the standard 8 1/2 x 11 paper size. One piece will be the outside of the bowl and one piece will be the inside.

2. Open the folding template found HERE. Load both pieces of paper into printer so that it will print on the back of the paper (not the patterned side). Print the template onto the back of both pieces of scrapbook paper.

3. Cut around the outside edge of the hexagon and along the dotted lines, shown in red in the photo below:

4. Begin folding along each printed line. The interior piece should be folded toward the patterned side of the paper and the exterior piece should be folded away from the patterned side, like this:

5. Spread glue across all of triangle #1, then slide the triangle next to it over until the two triangles overlap completely, as shown:

6. Repeat with all of the numbered triangles for the interior piece. Leave two sections unglued on the exterior piece so you'll have space to insert the interior piece.

Spread glue on the white side of the paper on the interior piece, then fit it into the exterior piece, pressing firmly and smoothing everything out. Glue the remaining exterior flaps closed.

7. Trim any edges along the opening so they are flush with one another.

That's all it takes to create these versatile little storage dishes. I'm using them on my craft room desk to organize office supplies, but they'd be great for little bathroom items, jewelry, or as a catch-all on a nightstand or entryway table.

My favorite bowl turned out to be the one lined with the gold foil paper. The shine just gets me! It's almost hard to believe it's made of paper!

This is such a fun project. I hope you'll give it a try. What are you waiting for?! Don't you need some cute geometric dishes in your life?

Woot woot. We're getting fancy around here. Now you can watch this VIDEO tutorial so you know exactly how to fold the paper! Ya baby!

Jennifer V.
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  1. These are cool! I had a lovely visit on your site today! Your new follower. Theresa @DearCreatives

  2. I'm exactly the same Jennifer. I have so much scrapbook paper but no scrapbooks. Think I'll be using some of it to make some of these. Great idea :)

  3. It`s so easy to make it! They looks so good! Great idea!

  4. I love scrapbook paper too and have more than I can use. This is a great idea to use it up! Thanks for sharing with us at Creatively Crafty :) I've shared all over Social Media

  5. Have just found this idea, thank you so much, will be great for Christmas treats on the table

  6. Are your bowls different sizes? Some look bigger than others. Thanks for the video. I made some before watching it and couldn't figure out how to get them to fit together. Video helped a lot!

    1. Yes, my bowls are different sizes. I opened the file in Photoshop and adjusted the size before printing. I'm so glad the video was helpful! Thanks, Stacie!

  7. These are so great. I just made my first one with Christmas scrapbook paper. Love it. Thanks for the tutorial.

  8. these are too cute! ill definitely be making them for desk organization :)


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