Fabricate Friday – Life is Sweet Box

Oh hello.  I hope you are headed into a really fun summertime weekend.  It’s been very hot here in Kelowna, and summertime is in full swing.  We have a big lake here in the city so we all head there to cool off and relax.  I have a wonderfully quiet and efficient air conditioner in my new apartment.  I really like being able to control the temperature in my own home.  Something that I was unable to do in my old place.  I would freeze in summertime being in the basement.  Anyway, I am not freezing nor am I too hot.  I am happy to say I am comfortable.  For those of you who don’t have AC I feel for you during these long summer months.  Anyway, I have a really great project to share with you today.  I hope you like it.  I have to say it’s probably one of my all time favorite builds and with the paper…stunner!  Check it out.

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The Details:

  • Base Cardstock sizing:  9″ x 7 1/2″
  • Scoring on all sides at :  2 1/2″
  • Lid Cardstock sizing:  5 1/2″ x 7″
  • Scoring on all sides (with shim) at :  1 1/2″

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5 comments

  1. Just had to say Thank You, this box is probably one of the easiest box and lid I’ve been able to make. I]’m usually all thumbs, but with your written information and video, I was able to make a box and lid on the first try. That never happens for me! So, again, I say “Thank you”

  2. Great box. Do you have instructions for a box that will hold about 5or 6 stampin up cards and envelopes. I want to give these cards as gifts in a pretty box. Thanks

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