Sometimes you fall in love with a colour palette or just a combination of colours. So i did with copper and mint. Some say it is turquiose or green or blue. It seems that these kinds of colours are difficult to discribe.
In this paper pack I went the traditional route and opted for a traditional japanese pattern that is very deer to my heart. In fact it is my favourite of the abstract japanese patterns. It shows a pattern of rhombii that are divided by a straight line. This was traditionally a woodwork pattern that is typical for the decoration of screen doors.
However, it is also nice for origami, as the abstract pattern is very harmonic and suits many models. Personally I would recommend it for boxes. It does come out beautifully in one of Tomoko Fuse's hexagonal boxes. Diagrams are in her book "fabulous origami boxes".
The pattern is available in copper or turquoise. Both variants contain 32 sheets of 15×15cm paper with a grammature of 60g/m². It is thus very well suited for modulars and boxes that have several layers like the traditional masu box.