So let me tell you a story. I have a wonderful friend named Lee. She is very helpful and she is very kind. One day she came into get her hair done and was so proud to give me a box. It was really unusual but looked amazing and she said it was from a Chocolate shoppe in Las Vegas. I was totally impressed and was excited to open it and receive a Las Vegas Chocolate. Alas, there was no chocolate…none. She had eaten it but saved me a box so I can remake it for you. I shall now console you for not having a chocolate as well. I hope your disappointment will fade as mine did when I discovered how really cool this build is. PS Lee, if you are reading this. Please don’t bring a chubby girl a chocolate box without a chocolate…this diet is killing me.
On with the show…
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- Cardstock or in this case DSP sizing: 9 x 7 1/2″
- Long side scoring: 1/2″, 1″, 1 1/4″ 4 3/8″ and 5 7/8″
- Short side scoring: 3″, 4 1/2″
-score on all lines, on the long side with small scores on the left, tick at 5 1/8″ and then flip the paper over and tick again at 5 1/8″.
-from the tick like to intersecting middle score lines hand score a triangle.
-draw lines at 3/4″ around each original score line.
-cut on hand drawn outer score lines.
Very cool Su – you did a fantastic job on that! n_n
Lol. Thanks for the inspiration!