5-Minute Craft: Cards Box

Today on 5-Minute Craft: Cards Box set complete with a box to store your cards or give as a gift. This can be a great solution for ATC's or Christmas cards that you don't know where to put. For this project you'll only need a 12x12 double sided thick cardstock and a bone folder to make sure your folds are creased well. If you don't have a scoring board than use a ruler and a bone folder.


5-minute craft cards box


5-Minute Craft: Cards Box

You can change the size of the paper you are using to accommodate larger cards. In order to do that measure the size of your card and make sure the front and back panels of the box are slightly bigger than that. That will guarantee that the box will be big enough. If you have a lot of cards you want to fit in the box just stack them together. Measure the combined height of the pile. That will give you the width of the box, which in the video was 3/4". Now you can calculate where you need to score the cardstock to build your box. If the 12x12 paper is too small you can attach two papers together.



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4 comments on “5-Minute Craft: Cards Box

  • Brilliant tutorial as always, Einat! I’ll need to keep this for when I actually try to make my boxes. One thing that is a bit bizarre (not that I am complaining as it’s come at the perfect time for me)…. I received your email today even though you created this in 2016?! Anyway, I’m happy it did so just an fyi… Thank you so much!!


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