I have a confession... I love washi paper.
visited Japan in August 2010, I bought several full-size sheets of the most gorgeous handmade washi from the heavenly Morita Washi and Ito-ya stationary stores.
I still have visions of cracking open one of Tokomo Fusé's books and folding these papers into one of her gorgeous geometric origami designs. But in the meantime, I was running low on the masu boxes that I use for jewelry purchased from my Etsy shop. So, I carefully cut the washi into squares alongside matching colors of card stock for a new stack of jewelry boxes.
Step 2 is completed), and is also a square piece of paper measuring √2/2 (about 0.7) times the length of the outer layer.
modular boxes too, but the simplicity of the masu box really brings out the print of the washi: