Hexagon Box Tutorial

Hi dear crafty friends! The boxes just keep on coming! Today I want to share a Hexagon Box Tutorial I created for Studio 75 with the beautiful Violet Love paper collection. Their paper is perfect for creating boxes because it’s heavy enough to carry the weight.     Hexagon Box Tutorial Start with two pieces of 12×6 double sided cardstock. Score them horizontally at 3, 6 and 9. Turn the paper and score vertically at 5.     Cut on the four score lines until the horizontal score line to create tabs.     Fold all the score lines. Apply glue on one of the squares on the edge of the paper.     Attach the two pieces of paper by overlapping the two edge squares.     Repeat on the other side to create the box.     Place the box on a 12×12 paper and trace the hexagon shape with a pencil. Cut it out.     Apply …

One Page Wonder Box Tutorial with Studio 75

Hi dear crafty friends! Today I’m sharing another fun and easy to create project: One Page Wonder Box Tutorial with Studio 75. I’m trying to see how many one page wonder projects I can come up with…Lol. I love them, they are easy, fast and fun and most of all require only one 12×12 piece of paper which is very frugal!     One Page Wonder Box Tutorial with Studio 75 I created a little step by step tutorial for you so you can create this box too! Score a 12×12 double sided cardstock at 3″ and 9″. Turn the page quarter of a turn and score at 3″, 5 1/2″, 8 1/2″ and 11″ While the four score lines are horizontal cut out top left and right corners from the edge until the second score line.     Cut along side the four corner squares from the edge to the score lines to create the four binding flaps.   …

Tunnel Card Tutorial with Studio 75

Hi dear crafty friends! Today I want to share with you a really fun project: Tunnel Card Tutorial with Studio 75. This card is easy and fast to create on one hand but has an amazing effect on the other hand.     Tunnel Card Tutorial with Studio 75 Start with cutting two 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ double sided cardstock. One piece will be the tunnel and the other piece will be the background. I used the Cherry Blossom paper collection by Studio 75 but you can use any double cardstock you have in your stash!     Fold the background piece in half.     Score the tunnel piece at 2 1/8″, 4 1/4″ and 6 3/8″. Cut out a circle or a square in the center of the tunnel piece. You can use a die, a circle cutter or even a punch if you want a circle or an oval shape. If you want to cut out …

Interactive Mini Album with Scrap and Craft

Hello dear crafty friends! Today I want to share with you an Interactive Mini Album with Scrap and Craft. You’ve seen me create interactive mini albums before, but I wanted to show you how easy it is to make them even if you’re a beginner!     Interactive Mini Album with Scrap and Craft The idea is to cover an accordion mini album with pattern paper but instead of just attaching a page you’ll attach an interactive mechanism. The size of the accordion mini album pages are 5 1/4″ x 5 1/4″ so all the cover papers should measure 5″ x 5″. However by cutting the paper in a larger size you can turn any page into an interactive page. Here’s how: First double page: Left side: cut the paper 7″ x 5″ and score at 5″on the longer side. You’ll get a side flap on the left by attaching the 5″ x 5″ flap to the album page while …

Pop Up Box Card with Studio 75

Hi dear crafty friends! I previously shared with you how to combine a mini album with a box. Why not combine a card with a box too? Today I’m sharing my Pop Up Box Card with Studio 75.     Pop Up Box Card with Studio 75 Before you get mad that I didn’t make a tutorial on how to create this pop up box card let me just say I had to make this card in a hurry but I promise to make a video tutorial in the future. But if you don’t want to wait you can find lots of tutorials online.       This card looks much more difficult than it is. The basic idea is to create a box with no bottom and with three strips in the center. These strips hold all the layers of cut out shapes you attach and gives the 3D look to the finished box. This card can be folded …

How to Create an Easel Card with Studio 75

Hi dear crafty friends! I love giving cards that I made, but sometimes a regular card feels to little. So today I want to share How to Create an Easel Card with Studio 75 which is a little more than a card. It has an option to be opened and stand on its own so it looks much more impressive and a great display.     How to Create an Easel Card with Studio 75 A easel card might look complicated but it’s really easy to create. 1. Start with a piece of 12 x 4 double sided cardstock. You need both sides of the cardstock because the other side will show when the card is standing. 2. Score on 6″ and 9″. Fold both fold line in the same direction.     3. Create a focal point to the card. I used three different sizes of circle scallop punches. I attached them with foam tape for extra dimension. Then …

How to Create a Circle Box

Hi dear crafty friends! We’ve agreed in the past that creating boxes is fun! It’s also not very complicated. However circle boxes are a different story. So today I want to show you How to Create a Circle Box in an easy way!     How to Create a Circle Box 1. Start with cutting three strips of double sided cardstock measuring 12″ x 3″. 2. Score each strip on the 1/2″ line lengthwise and fold.     3. Cut one of the strips in half on the 6″ line width wise. Attach one long strip to one short strip to form one long strip. Repeat with the other two pieces so you’ll end up with two long strips. Make sure that the fold lines are in the same direction. 4. Cut two circles: one 5 1/2″in diameter and the other 5 3/8″. The larger circle will form the lid and the smaller circle will form the bottom. 5. Cut …

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