The Easy Origami Cup Tutorial will be your best friend at your next party. It can work as a snack cup, be filled for a goodie bag, and if lined with wax paper will even work as a drink cup. Change up the size of your starting square to change the size of your origami cup.

Easy Origami Cup Tutorial from Jessie At Home

In the Easy Origami Cup Tutorial you will see both sides of the origami paper. Therefor it’s a nice idea to use paper that is a different color or pattern on both sides. Be sure to crease well after each fold.

Start the Origami Cup by folding paper in half diagonally.

Easy Origami Cup Tutorial from Jessie At Home - Step 1

Fold one short side flush with the adjoining long side. DO NOT crease the whole fold, only crease it were it meets the other short side, then unfold.

Easy Origami Cup Tutorial from Jessie At Home - Step 2

Fold the point opposite from the crease just made up to where the crease meets the side.

Easy Origami Cup Tutorial from Jessie At Home - Step 3

Now fold the other point up so the top edge is flush with the top edge of the previous fold,

Easy Origami Cup Tutorial from Jessie At Home - Step 4

Fold the top layer of the top flap down.

Easy Origami Cup Tutorial from Jessie At Home - Step 5

Turn over and fold the other top flap down.

Easy Origami Cup Tutorial from Jessie At Home - Step 6

Turn over again. Open up origami cup by squeezing in sides and popping out middles.

Easy Origami Cup Tutorial from Jessie At Home - Step 7

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