ORIGAMI BASKET



The other day i saw these chocolate panettones baked in folded paper cases on wild yeast blog.
I just love handmade stuff and i knew i had make these cute lil baskets.You can find  detailed instructions on how to make these origami baskets here.

I used 13 cms x 20 cms baking paper.

Firstly mark the center of the longer side ( at 10 cms)(you can also mark the center of the shorter side and continue with the rest of the steps to make a longer basket)


Fold the two sides towards the marked center point.



Fold the corners(as shown in the picture) towards the center,leaving almost 1 cms from the center line.



Repeat this for all the 4 corners as shown in the picture.



Now fold each 1cms flap upwards .





Press the side to form a sharp corner after insert your thumb into a corner as a guide.





Repeat this with the rest of the corners.





I used these baskets to make egg less carrot cake !! They make perfect christmas/new year gifts!!!

Sending this to Tutorial Tuesday event at Hope studios


14 comments:

Sayantani said...

first of all a very happy new year to you and your family.
love this post, very handy and quick. did you bake in those boxes or just placed the baked cakes in them?

Kurryleaves said...

Thank you dear!yeah idid bake the cakes in those paper baskets..

Jennifer Juniper said...

I don't even want to tell you how much I paid for waxed paper loaf pans to give away loaves of banana bread as gifts this Christmas! Great alternative!

Kala said...

This basket is super coolll perfect for wraping homemade cakes beautifull

Sudha - Art Admirer said...

Pretty creation. Thanks for the tutorial.

Sudha
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Sudha - Art Admirer said...

So cute. Love this.

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Bubble My Licorice said...

amazing post :)
I really loved it!

Giancarlo said...

dall'Italia un caloroso...ciao

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mona mishra said...

you have a creative blog! Inspiring!!

Sheetal Bhatia said...

Thank you soo much your idea is very quick, unique and easy.. I would love to try it out at home.. here you can find some more craft visit amazing handicrafts

Happygirl said...

This was a very practical and helpful tutorial. I love making breads.

Arthy shama said...

That is completely unique, I love origami and am glad you posted this one. Happy to follow you :)

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