How To Make a Traditional Rectangular Origami Box

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  1. Step 9:
    9. Unfold the last two steps.
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    9. Unfold the last two steps.

    9. Unfold the last two steps.

  2. Step 10:
    10. Now fold the right edge to meet the central vertical crease.
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    10. Now fold the right edge to meet the central vertical crease.

    10. Now fold the right edge to meet the central vertical crease.

  3. Step 11:
    11. Fold the left edge to the central vertical crease too.
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    11. Fold the left edge to the central vertical crease too.

    11. Fold the left edge to the central vertical crease too.

  4. Step 12:
    12. Next, fold all four corners diagonally inwards, aligning them to the creases that run horizontally.
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    12. Next, fold all four corners diagonally inwards, aligning them to the creases that run horizontally.

    12. Next, fold all four corners diagonally inwards, aligning them to the creases that run horizontally.

  5. Step 13:
    13. To make it easier, rotate the paper.
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    13. To make it easier, rotate the paper.

    13. To make it easier, rotate the paper.

  6. Step 14:
    Fold the flap at the bottom of the top section upwards as far as it will reach. This may differ for you depending on what size rectangle you used.
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    Fold the flap at the bottom of the top section upwards as far as it will reach. This may differ for you depending on what size rectangle you used.

    Fold the flap at the bottom of the top section upwards as far as it will reach. This may differ for you depending on what size rectangle you used.

  7. Step 15:
    15. Fold the top of the lower section downwards as far as it will go.
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    15. Fold the top of the lower section downwards as far as it will go.

    15. Fold the top of the lower section downwards as far as it will go.

  8. Step 16:
    16. You can also unfold the two previous steps and fold the left and right corners in before re-folding.
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    16. You can also unfold the two previous steps and fold the left and right corners in before re-folding.

    16. You can also unfold the two previous steps and fold the left and right corners in before re-folding.

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