Tuesday, September 29, 2009

2-4-6-8 Ease!!

The past few days I showed you some projects made with the Big Shot. Well if you don't have a Big Shot, than this post is for you! Here's a box I made with just a few score lines. It's called a 2-4-6-8 box. What does that mean? You score at 2-4-6-and 8. (With your paper being 8 1/2" wide.) Then score at 2" on the other side. Then cut on each score mark, up to the 2" mark, and cut out the small little tab formed. Adhere it all together to make a box and there you got! This time I added a lid. I believe the measurements for that were 6x6, scored at 2" on each side. Then I cut two score lines on two side directly across from each other. Then I put it on the box to adhere, so I made sure it would fit it well. Then just tied some ribbon around it and made a tag. Another EASY project. Here are the pictures...
Oh...this box is about 4" tall so that would mean the paper was 6" x 8 1/2" to start. :)
And here is a close up of the super simple tag. Hope you enjoy!!!

1 comment:

Kasia said...

you are SO good! I never thought to add a lid :)

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