Fabricate Friday – Corsage Box

Hello Friday Friends.  I hope you are headed into a lovely weekend.  Here is today’s build.  I hope you like it.  I think I may have figured out why it was a bit off.  Scoring wise, I suggested that one goes to the very end of the paper…but I think one must only go to the score line.  You’ll see in the video.  Have a great weekend.

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The Details:

  • Cardstock sizing:  10 1/2″ X 8″
  • Long side scoring: 2 1/2″, 5″, 7 1/2″, & 10″.
  • Short side scoring:  DRAW pencil line at 1″, 2″, 6″ & 7″.

Score with ruler angled lines within the pencil line and the score lines, creating triangles.  Burnish all score lines and then trim away triangles on the outside of the card stock only.

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2 comments

  1. Hi Susanne
    Great improvement on my box! Very pretty.

    I did case this box from a Stampin’ Up demonstrator in Germany Brigit Seidler – just Google stempelbunt.de. It was in metric and German so I really started from scratch. Took me a week to figure out how to create the corsage sized box until the light bulb went on. Math is hard.

    If you have any clients who make soap this is a pretty presentation & folds flat for craft fairs which is a bonus.

    Cheers – Bonnie

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