Friday, August 27, 2010
Big Cube Box
This box can be sized down by making sure all of the layers are visible and selecting all before resizing. All proportions are maintained if you have all of the layers selected.
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MTC Cube Box
Instructions for larger size cube box:
Cut four box sides, each on it piece of paper.
Cut two lid sides from each piece of paper.
Cut a lid and bottom piece, each from its own piece of paper.
Cut an extra lid and bottom if you desire more stability.
Score and fold all tabs.
Glue down top flaps on the side pieces. Adhere sides to each other with flaps inside. Turn box upside down and bottom. Turn box right side up and press flaps down from inside. I like to cut an additional bottom piece and adhere from inside to add stability.place adhesive along outer perimeter of flaps and attach
Glue down top flaps in lip sides and adhere side pieces to each other with flaps inside. Run adhesive along outer perimeter of flaps and attach lid top. Turn lid over and press flaps down from inside. I like to cut an additional lid top and adhere from inside to add stability, but it isn't strictly necessary, just helpful on the larger size boxes.
To change sizes make sure all layers are unlocked and open and select all (control + A) and then use arrow to resize.
Happy scrappin y'all!