The Origami Blintz Base is the start of various Origami Patterns including the Butterfly, Basic Box, and Fortune Teller. You will find the written and pictorial pattern for the Origami Blintz Base below.

Origami has been one of my hobbies since I was 8 years old. Many Origami Patterns start with an Origami Base: a folded form that starts a piece. This is one such base. You can find more Origami Base Tutorials for here: https://jessieathome.com/category/crafts/origami/origami-base/

Origami Blintz Base Tutorial by Jessie At Home

Be sure to crease well after each fold. Start the Blintz Base by folding a square in half.

Blintz Base Step 1

Open and fold in half across other diagonal, crease.

Blintz Base Step 2

Open and fold one corner to the center, crease.

Blintz Base Step 3

Repeat with other 3 corners.

Blintz Base Complete

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Here are Origami Patterns that can be made with the Origami Blintz Base.

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