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Tall Box, Cupcake Box, and Keepsake Box

Tall Box, Cupcake Box, and Keepsake Box

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Step by step tutorial on how to create three different boxes: Tall box (3.75 x 7.75"), Cupcake Box, and Keepsake Box.

Visit my blog for more card and project ideas:

www.stampininspirations.blogspot.com
Step by step tutorial on how to create three different boxes: Tall box (3.75 x 7.75"), Cupcake Box, and Keepsake Box.

Visit my blog for more card and project ideas:

www.stampininspirations.blogspot.com

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Published by: maria on Nov 05, 2009
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Tall Box, Cupcake Box, and Keepsake Box
Tutorial Created by Maria BellAll photos are copyrighted and the property of Maria Bellwww.stampininspirations.blogspot.comAll of the boxes are similar except for the height of the box and the window placement of each box
Tall Box (3 ¾ x 7 ¾”)Materials
12 x 11 ¾” card stock 6 7/8 x 6 7/8” card stock 3 ¾ x 7 ¾” card stock 3 ½ x 7 ½” designer paper (optional)3 ½ x 3 ½ designer paper (optional)Double stick tape or GlueScissorsScorer Border Punch 
Additional materials for Cupcake Box
Oval or Circle Template or Die (i.e., Nestabilites)Acetate or Projector film/sheet (plastic sheet)3 ¾ x 6” designer paper 3 ½ x 3 ½”designer paper 
Additional materials for Keepsake Box
Circle Template or Die (i.e., Nestabilities)Acetate or Projector film/sheet (plastic sheet)3 ½ x 3 ½” designer paper Additional card stock (size will be determined by the box height)
 
On the 11 ¾” side of the 12 x 11 ¾” card stock, score at ¼”, 4”, 7 ¾”, and 11 ½”Turn the card stock to the 12” side. On the 12” side of the 12 x 11 ¾” card stock, score at ½” and 4¼”Turn the card stock to the 11 ¾” side of the card stock, score at 3 ½” to the 4 ¼” horizontal scoreline and stopScore at 8 ¼” to the 4 ¼” horizontal score line and stop
 
On the 11 ¾” side of the card stock, cut at the 3 ½” score line to the 4 ¼” horizontal score line andstopTurn to the 12” side, cut at the 4 1/4” score line to the 4” horizontal score line. This step will cut off a piece of card stock Repeat the steps to the other side (left and right side)When completing the above steps, your card stock should appear as shown in the pictureAs you can see, you will be able to fold the ½” flaps

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