Welcome to the fourth Sunday Chipboard Special episode today making a reinforced gift box
Welcome to another Sunday Chipboard Special! Thanks for joining me today. Today I worked out all the measurements to make an awesome reinforced gift box which is 2″ in diameter – Today I used recycled some cardboard packaging from a recent delivery.
What an adorable little box. So I used the Best Dressed DSP from our new mini catalogue launching 3rd January. All this project took was one and a bit pieces of the 6×6 DSP paper pack, some ribbon and some fussy cut images.
I really loved how this turned out. I didn’t even use the co-ordinating stamp set Dressed to Impress neither. What I made was beautiful enough on its own.
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I hope you like today’s project.
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All products used are listed below for your perusal.
Instructions and Measurements for this chipboard special :
Your box base needs to be x1 piece of 6×6 DSP and you want to score at the 2″ mark on all four sides.
The lid of the box needs to measure 1/16th” bigger than 4″ and you want to score at 1/2″, 1″ on all four sides.
Cut away the three squares on all four corners. Then cut up each tab section and trim slightly at an angle.
Adhere together – Please refer to YouTube video for further instructions thank you.
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Thank you so much for visiting me today. I hope that you enjoyed this project and can take something away from today to try at home.
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YouTube Tutorial – Sunday Chipboard Special #4 Reinforced 2″ gift box using recycled cardboard
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