A three-dimensional cube in origami technique can becomea beautiful interior decoration, part of a souvenir or a teaching aid for children. Collect it is not difficult for any person without special skills, which you can personally verify by reading the material in this article, where you will find descriptions and step-by-step photos of the work process. Geometric shapes can be made from various materials. Very often, for the creation of such crafts, ordinary paper is used. Making them in the origami technique is quite common and not at all complicated. Of course, this ancient Japanese art form is multifaceted. There are many of its types. Products assembled in one way are simple and do not require a lot of time for their assembly, made from one paper sheet. If we talk about modular origami, then it will take more effort, and more time, but, at the same time, the handicraft turns out to be more interesting and colorful. Experienced origami artists create real works of art, collecting voluminous figures, objects, buildings that deserve special attention and admiration from ordinary contemplators. Today we will try to collect a simple model of a three-dimensional cube in the origami technique from one paper sheet. For work, you can take colored paper or white paper. Everything depends on the purpose of creating the figure. Color cubes will be an excellent solution for decorating rooms or as a visual aid for teaching a child. Figures from pure white paper are no less interesting and will also be relevant for their application in the above-listed purposes. First of all, we need to take a paper sheet in the form of a square. Ideally, it should be white or painted on both sides, since it is easier to make a craft from such a sheet. We need to fold it along diagonal lines in both directions, and then deploy it. We should have a fold that resembles X, as we can see by looking at the photo below. Now we need to fold this sheet twice andmake the bend of the upper right corner. We will do the same from a different angle. After the done actions, carefully iron the resulting preform with your fingers. How to properly do all this, we see in the following photos. Now, according to the pattern making scheme, weyou need to give it a rhomboid shape. To achieve this effect, we first add the corners of the bottom of the workpiece. Fold them in half, in the direction up. In this case, both parts must coincide with each other. Then turn the handcraft and perform similar actions with the corners of the other side. We see that rhombus figure, which we should get as a result of all the manipulations we have done in the previous stages of work. There is very little work left. We need two opposite corners, located on the right and left sides of our rhombus, to fold in the direction of the central part. Be sure to do the operation on both sides. We will have four valves and flaps. It is them that we carefully fill in the valves (resulting from the work of the folds). Our geometric figure in the form of a three-dimensional cubein the origami technique is completely ready. As practice shows, in its manufacture there is absolutely nothing complicated and impossible, with which even the beginner origami maker could not cope. By not complicated actions we created the required article in just a few minutes. Such cubes can be made several and in differentcolor shades. Having manifested a fantasy, one can make from them a good, original element of the decor of any room or use them as New Year's toys.