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Created by Monika Davis for Create with Connie & Mary Summer EditionAll images © 1990-2010Stampin’ Up!®
Scrapbook in a Box
 
Stampin’ Up! Supplies
:
Stamps: 
Elements of Style (118611 w, 120045 c), Itty Bitty Backgrounds (114996)
Inks: 
Craft Ink: Chocolate Chip (101816), Old Olive (103063); Classic Ink: Chocolate Chip (100908), ReallyRust (102549)
Cardstock: 
Kraft 12” x 12” (107070), Really Rust 12” x 12” (107099), Old Olive 12” x 12” (106544)
Accessories: 
Paper Cutter (104152), Cutting & Scoring Blades (104154), Presto Patterns Specialty DesignerSeries Paper (117175), Extra Large Two-Step Bird Punch (117191), Basic Black Stampin’ Write Journaler(105394), Brayer (102395), Stamping Sponge (101610), Tombow Multi Purpose Adhesive (110755),Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)
 
Created by Monika Davis for Create with Connie & Mary Summer EditionAll images © 1990-2010Stampin’ Up!®
Box Base Instructions:
1. Using your paper cutter and a scoring blade, score a 12”x12”sheet (Kraft) of cardstock every 4” on all four sides to form atic-tac-toe shape. See cutting Diagram 1.2. Cut out the four corners and reserve for mats. Now, you shouldbe left with a cross shape that will be the bottom layer of thebox. Decorate the outside as desired. The cut out pieces will beused as follows: One will be cut to go on the top of the lid andthe other will be cut to fit in the bottom of the box. You willhave 2 left over. 3. Cut the second layer into a 10 ½” x 10 ½“ square (Really Rust) of cardstock. Score every 3 ½” onall four sides to form a tic-tac-toe shape. See cutting Diagram 1.Cut out the four corners andreserve for photo mats on the bottom layer. Decorate corners as desired and mount onto thefour flaps of the bottom layer of the box.4. Cut the third layer into a 9” x 9” square (Old Olive) of cardstock. Score every 3” on all foursides to form a tic-tac-toe shape. See cutting Diagram 1.5. Cut out the four corners and reserve for photo mats on the middle layer. Decorate corners asdesired and mount onto the four flaps of the middle layer of the box.6. Decorate the flaps of the third layer as desired.7. Attach the three box layers by adding adhesive to the middle squares.8. Use a cutout piece from the bottom layer to decorate the center of the box – addembellishments as desired.Lid Instructions:1. Cut the lid into an 8 ½” x 8 ½” square (Really Rust).2. Score at 2 1/8” and at 1” on all four sides. See Diagram 2.3. Cut slits ONLY on TWO opposite ends from both of the 2 1/8” edgescores to the 2 1/8” interior scores. See Diagram 2 and cut on thedotted lines.4. Decorate the edges while it is flat.5. Fold over the 1” edge. Fold over the 2 1/8” score. Fold the longsides over first and overlap with the short sides. Use sticky strip toadhere the sides. This makes a clean edged sturdy lid.6. Use a cutout piece from the bottom layer to decorate the top of thelid. Add embellishments as desired.To assemble – Fold up the box squares and place lid on top to hold shut.Add pictures and journaling to each flap as desired to create a scrapbook.
Cut out Cut outBoxLayerCutOutCutOut
Lid
Diagram 1Diagram 2
1” score line2 1/8” score line

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