Here it is, the easy as peasy bread box. I had a bunch of requests for this so here it is. You can see the original box HERE. As long as I needed to make another one I thought I would combine it with the WT189 challenge on SCS. The challenge was to use one word on the front of your creation. So I chose Welcome. I always loved these retired papers and thought it would be a great time to use up some. Here is the finished box.
You will need to start with a piece of 8 1/2 by 11 card stock. I chose Chocolate Chip textured card stock for this one. If you are using the scor-pal you will need to line up each side at the 3/4 inch mark and then score at 3 1/2. Do this on all four sides. See picture below. If you are using a different method to score you need to score all four sides at 2 and 3/4 inches.
Next you will move the card stock over to the edge and score all four sides at 1/2 inch. This is the measurement with or without the scor-pal.
Now you will need to grab your scissors or cutting blade and the two short sides on the 2 and 3/4 score lines up to the 2 and 3/4 score line in the other direction. Then you will cut of the little tab on all four corners. See picture so you know what I mean.
Next you will use your bone folder and fold over all score line so that they are nice and crisp. If you want to use a edge punch or decorative scissors this would be the time. I chose not to do it on this one but did on the original. You would be decorating the four 1/2 inch scored pieces that you did not cut off. I then added designer paper to the four sides of the box. Notice that I added stickers to the 1/2 inch scored pieces on this one so they need to be on the opposite side as the designer paper. See photo.
Now all that is left to do is to fold, attach (I used sticky strip) and decorate.
Here is a view from the top showing the stickers I used to decorate the bread itself.
with a link so I can come see!
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