Last week, I shared this adorable box that I created using the Gift Box Punch Board and the Bright and Beautiful stamp set from Stampin’ Up! For this project, I altered the dimensions of the box, and I had several requests for a video tutorial to show how I did it.
Your wish is my command! By playing around with the Gift Box Punch Board, I discovered that the “start line” controls the size of the box’s base, and the size of the paper controls the height of the box. However, if you change those things around, the diagonal score lines no longer match up, so you have to custom create the diagonals. Check out my video to see how it is done.
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Card Stock Cuts & Project Dimensions
For the box with the altered dimensions:
Card Stock: Lost Lagoon – 7-1/2″ x 7-1/2″
Start Line: I marked a line half way between the L and XL start lines and marked it on my punch board with a Sharpie marker. I used this line for my vertical and horizontal score lines.
Diagonal Lines: custom