Mini Milk Carton Carrier Tutorial Part 2
It’s part 2!!!
Was it really bad having to wait 2 days to get the 2nd part? I’m so mean. But I do like to keep my videos on set days of the week, partly because my own little head will keep on top of things then, but also so that you know where you are!
But it is part 2 now, and like the Milk Cartons from Monday, This is using cardstock fairly efficiently. Yes, it does require 2 pieces of cardstock, however, the base is entirely enclosed, and if you reeeeaaallllly didn’t want to have a handle, you don’t need it!
So do enjoy the video, I thoroughly enjoyed making this project, despite the fact that it took well over an hour to figure out the correct measurements, and far too many scrapper prototypes… I needed to know that the milk cartons would fit snugly, but not too snugly, and having to factor in the thickness of cardstock in various places was a headache! But it’s worth it. I hope!
Base – 9 1/4 x 7 1/4″ (24 x 19cm)
Score at 1.5″ (4cm) on all 4 sides. To divide the box as per the video, the central measurement is at 3 5/8″ (7.25cm)
Panel 6 x 11.5″ (15 x 29cm)
Score at 3/4, 5 3/4, 10 3/4″ (2, 14.5, 27cm)
DSP 2 each of 6 x 1 1/4, (15 x 3.5) AND 4 x 1 1/4″ (10.5 x 3.5cm) AND 5 1/2 x 4 /12″ (14 x 11.5cm)
Products used –
Cardstock – Coastal Cabana
DSP – Maritime
Tools – Simply Scored Scoring Tool
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