"Candy" is another beautiful origami creation, by Shuzo Fujimoto, that can be given away as a Valentine's Day present.
It needs a lot of precreasing and has a little tricky collapse, but the end result is really amazing.
The instructions can be found in the book, Fujimoto World - Twist Fold, ISBN 978-4416312001.
I folded the models with scrapbook paper. I used a 12" (300 mm) square for the big candy, and a 8" (200 mm) square for the small one .
The heart locket is a very ingenious and beautiful origami model created by Gay Merrill Gross.
You can put a note, a candy or, even a small object inside it, and give it away as a Valentine's Day present.
The instructions to fold the heart locket can be found in the book Origami: Easy-to-Make Paper Creations, by Gay Merrill Gross. I folded the ones in the picture with 6" (150 mm) squares of scrapbook paper.
It does not take much time to fold a bunch, so they can also be given as treats in a party.
The rose in the front was designed by Kunihiko Kasahara. The diagrams can be found in his book, Origami New Discovery II, ISBN 9784817080868 (in Japanese).
I folded it with two 6" (150 mm) squares, one of duo origami paper (pink and red), and one regular origami paper (green).