When you get the box, you can fold the card of the box back to make it into a stand for your desk or to place somewhere where you will use it. The stand is angled back so all the papers sit neatly inside and the box is not easy to knock over - it stands firmly on a flat surface.
Most of the projects in the box are aimed at beginners or people like me with a bit more experience with some of the folding diagrams starting out ridiculously easy but progressively getting harder through the box.
Older children who are already used to doing origami and who understand the folding symbols could do it and adults who are complete beginners could do this set. You will see some more great ideas for fun calendars below too.
You get explanations of what the folding symbols mean which is really necessary for complete beginners. You get cards showing you popular base folding diagrams - many origami designs require knowledge of a standard 'base fold' to complete first before completing the rest of the folds for a design and these instructions are included.
You get colored and patterned standard sized 6x6 origami sheets of paper which you can use or you can use your own paper instead. I prefer to use my own paper because instructions are printed on the reverse of the printed papers - so to keep all the instructions in my daily calendar set pristine, I use my own papers instead.
I hope you've enjoyed reading my wizzles page today, thanks for your visit. Anyone who enjoys paper crafts and novel little puzzles (because that's what these are when it boils down to it) should also really enjoy having a go at doing a box set like this - and it will last a whole year too!