Tuesday, 23 October 2018


Good morning bloggers, crafty friends and visitors....

This gift box can serve so many uses depending on what papers/card you choose to use.  I'm going to keep one on my desk and put post-it notes in it.  I'll have another on my work table with.... Wurthers original inside. I love these LOL

There is a video but unfortunately I was not able to edit it very well so I will have to call in reinforcements and will let you know when it's published!

 cut 2 pieces of card 6" x 9"

2  score both pieces at 3" - the card should now look like this....

add adhesive below the score line and adhere to other piece of card - it should now look      like this....

I've held it together with a paperclip but you can see what I mean

this is now the base for the box

now add your papers to the top, spine and, should you wish, to the underneath

5  if you are using ribbon as a closure adhere it to the inside now to that the papers will              conceal it

6  finish adhering the papers to the inside

7  now to make the box

8  you need a piece of card 10" x 10"

9  score at 3" and 7"

10  turn paper a quarter turn and score again at 3" and 7"

this is not to scale
11  cut all 4 corners to the first score line as shown on the red card below                                           

12  cut at an angle on the corner to enable the tabs to adhere nicely in the box

13  apply glue to all 4 tabs and adhere to the box

14  add your papers to the box and then decorate the top of the box as you wish


Until tomorrow....



  1. Wow June this is stunning. I love it. Your instructions are very clear. Have a great day. Take care. Hugs Jackie

  2. Absolutely stunning is the only words I can thing of for this box, love it. Look forward to the video

  3. I love it june and whilst i always look forward to and enjoy your videos i have to say your written instructions ARE very clear and will be easily followed. For me, i woyld say 'dont stress yourself by getting a video up and running, im sure we can ALL follow your concise instructions'. Take care and continue to recover xxx

  4. Thank you June for such clear instructions. Love the finished project, so useful for a present.
    Glad you are feeling a bit better.

  5. Love this box June - such a useful set of instructions - Thank you!

  6. A lovely box June. Thank you for the tutorial. Will have to try this.


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