I’ve been cleaning out my craft area, and I’ve been wanting to organize my Paper scraps for a very longtime. I thought why not reuse my Paper Pumpkin boxes. They stack awesomely on top of each other and are very sturdy.
Paper Pumpkin Box
Chipboard backing to Paper Pumpkin kit
you’re favorite DSP ( Designer Series Paper)
1.Take a piece of 9 1/2″ X 6″ DSP and glue to the top of the lid
2.Take 3 pieces of DSP 9 1/2″ x 1 1/2″ glue 1 to the front and back of the box. And on the front flap of the box.
3.Take 2 pieces of DSP 6″ x 1 1/2″ and glue 1 to each remaining side.
4. Take 9 1/4″ x 6″ DSP and glue to the inside of the bottom box.
Using 2 chipboard backings from the Paper Pumpkin Kits.
1.Cut one lengthwise (longer) at 1 1/2″
2.Cut 1/8″ wide notches, at 3″ and 6″
3.Cut the second chipboard width wise (short side) , two of them each 1 1/2″
4.Cut 1/8″ wide notches at 3″ for each short chip board
5. sandwich the short ones into the long piece.
6. using washi tape, tape down each short end to the front and back of the box Tip: center the sandwiching in the middle of the box before taping.
7. DO NOT use washi tape on the long ends, so the lid may be able to shut.
That’s it really, its really simple.
If you have any questions please let me know.