In this class, I will be teaching one of my original models, a box of brownies. This model utilizes box-pleating to create a 3D corrugation pattern for the brownies and uses the rest of the paper for the box with a lid included! The entire model is from one sheet, and underneath the box you'll find a nice diamond pattern created from the pleated corrugation. If time permits, I will teach you how to fold a knife to cut the brownies!
Recommended paper: One 9-inch (23 cm) square (or larger), kami or sandwich paper, single-sided (preferably brown). A pre-creased grid of 11x11 squares is recommended prior to class, but I will also teach you how to pre-crease the grid and fold the tessellation during the class. You will also need a square sheet half the size of the paper you're using for the box of brownies to fold the knife (if there is time to teach it).