These business card holders combine two of my favorite things, origami and washi tape. They’re easy to make and only require two supplies, paper and tape. This project is great for origami beginners since the folds are all straight forward. There’s no squash folds or anything tricky like that.
8 x 8in square piece of paper
2. Fold left and right sides of paper to center. Unfold.
3. Your paper should now look like figure 3 with three creases in the paper.
4. Fold all four corners toward the center so they meet at the edge of the creases you just made.
5. Your paper should now look like figure 5. Fold the left and right sides of the paper inward to meet at the center.
6. Your paper should now look like figure 6. Turn paper over.
8. The top of the white triangle should meet the edge of the top of the paper. Refer to figure 8. Now fold the bottom edge upward.
9. You’ll want to bring it up so it just overlaps the top flap by 3/8 in. Tuck the overlapping flaps underneath the top flap. Refer to orange circles in figure 9. Rotate paper 90 degrees.
10. Fold paper in half, refer to dotted lines in figure 10. Unfold.
11. Now tuck in your business card.
Now you can decorate the inside and outside of the card anyway you want. I matched up two strips of washi tape to create a pattern. A while back, I discovered a lot of the geometric patterned tape will make one large pattern when lined up in strips. For example, I could have kept lining up the tape in the picture above to create one seamless print.