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Enormous Fold Flat Lidded Box using Stampin’ Up! Naturally Eclectic DSP

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Enormous Fold Flat Lidded Box using Naturally Eclectic DSP

Well…. I posted a photo of this box (along with a bunch of other projects!) on my business page last week and you all fell on it! I can’t believe how many of you loved the look of this box, and yet no-one knew it’s hidden secret!

That it folds flat for storage! Yes, both the lid and the base fold totally flat!

Can you imagine making a load of these well in advance of Christmas and having them ready for putting gifts inside?

I have to tell you, I was a bit excited myself when I started bending the corners to see what would happen!

I love how beautiful the paper is, and the bold patterns definitely work well on a project of this size and those tiny details with the dies make a little pretty difference.

Tip – make sure you use All the plates when die cutting…. ahem.! oops!

Anyway, I hope you like it and I want to see lots of your versions! It makes me so happy to see you recreating my ideas!

S x

Cardstock AND Paper – 12 x 12″ (30 x 30cm)

Score on BOTH sides of BOTH pieces at 3 and 9″ (7.5 and 23cm)

Mark on ALL sides at 6″ (15cm)

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Comments

  1. Anne Lumsden says:

    EXCELLENT.

  2. As you say, great box to prepare in advance for any occasion.

  3. Fantastic size box – I’ve made many of them but storage becomes a problem, so this idea means I can indulge myself again. Brilliant idea, Sam X

  4. Debbie Perry says:

    Sam, This is a perfect large box! Thank you as usual for your great instructions.

  5. Cute Box, Sam! Bu shouldn’t it be 7.5 and 22.5 Centimetres in metric?

  6. Wonderful box and I LOVE that it folds down. Thanks for another fabulous project and video.

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