It is difficult to find an origami paper that is both of good quality and also shows some unique but beautiful pattern. They are hard to find and the traditional japanese patterns are often available only on washi which does not meet everyones expectations as it is very soft and fabric like.
So I decided to change up the game a bit and to produce some paper with a modern pattern to it. And Sonia Cavallini was just the right person to ask. She is a french based illustrator and produces wonderfully handpainted patterns. Her own shop features her patterns on journals and other items, too.
Now two of her very best patterns are available to you. This pattern here shows a wonderful mix of different flowers and some leafs. You can fold colourful boxes with them or use them as scrap paper. The thickness of the paper is with 70g/m² similar to most papers you are familiar with. It's just a little lighter than copy paper. Each package contains 32 sheets, so you can fold a kusudama and have two spare papers to practice. Personally, I love to use the paper for masu boxes or the hexagonal boxes by Tomoko Fuse (the photo shows one).