Modern Origami Pleat Vases by Stjernestunder

Something brand new to show you today! Helle Holst of Stjernestunder in Denmark makes sophisticated home decor paper items for retail and online shops. You might recall her dimensional stars, cones, baskets and garlands from previous posts here and here. Helle is celebrating the release of Pleat Vases with a giveaway for All Things Paper readers, but first, let me show you their little twist...

Origami Blue Pleat Covers from Stjernestunder

You see, the vases are actually container covers, not true vases. Use an ordinary glass jar to hold a flower arrangement, plant, candies or whatever you like, then place the pleated paper cylinder around it. Water bottles, jam jars and small tea light holders easily accommodate the three sizes.

Origami Pleat Cover Vases

Another neat thing is their DIY aspect. Sturdy metallic paper sheets (120 g/m2) in nine colors arrive in flat mailers with folding instructions. Just crease along laser-marked fold lines. Each cover has a closure to hold the cylindrical shape. They are easy to pack away away flat on a shelf and use again in the future. Such a pretty way to freshen your decor at a moment's notice!

Origami Pleat Covers from Stjernestunder 
The shimmering pastel shades are perfect for spring - pink, green, blue, lilac, and white. More dramatic colors are available as well - black, grey, deep red, and copper. To place an order, visit Ladrome.

Questions? You can reach Helle directly via the Stjernestunder website or Facebook page.

Origami Black and White Pleat Covers from Stjernestunder

Now about the giveaway: first off, it is worldwide! Helle will personally send five Pleat Vases to three winners (two small, two medium, and one tall) in your choice of color(s).

Origami Green Pleat Cover from Stjernestunder

To enter, leave a comment on this post through Sunday, April 26. Be sure to include a way to be contacted within your comment. Earn a bonus entry by following @allthingspaper on Instagram and liking this giveaway photo. Good luck!

 Congratulations to Emily C, Handmade in Israel, and BlackAsphodel!

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