If you've been checking out the challenges, you'll know this weeks challenge is to use red, pink, and black together. If you're not sure what I'm talking about...check out this post here.
What you'll need:
*Cardstock 6" x 8 1/2"
*Stamps and embellishments for decorating
*adhesive (only for decorating your box)
Line your cardstock up against your Scor-Pal or Scor-Buddy and score at 2, 4, 6, & 8. (Cardstock is cut at 6, not 6 1/2...typo in my pic)
Turn your paper a 1/4 turn lining up the short scored edge to the top and score at 1 1/2 just to the second score line, 2 & 4 all the way down, and again at 4 1/2 to the second score line. This will be the top of the box.
flip your paper over and line a bottom corner (not having extra scor lines) into the 6" line. Score corner to corner in the first square and skipping the second square score again corner to corner in the third square. Turn 1/4 turn staying at the bottom and repeate the score again lining it up at the 6" score line. Cut the top 3 corners off as shown. Cutting all the red lines and cutting off the X'd boxes.
Fold all your score lines, folding all the corners inward.
Close the box by sliding the tabs on the top of the box into the base of the box and it will stay shut.
You're ready to decorate.
This is a fun box to add small gifts or a couple of pieces of chocolate for that special somebody.
To claim your prize, go to The Rubber Cafe and contact us with your information. Please include the challenge that you entered.Here are some of the other great cards that entered our challenge this week: