7.26.2009

Slider Box Tutorial

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You need 2 pieces of cardstock. Cut the first one to 10 x 4 3/4,
the second piece to 9 x 5 and 7 x 2 3/4.



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On the largest piece you're going to score on the 10" side at
1" on both sides.

Then on the 4 3/4" side you're going to score at 1", 6" and 7".



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You're going to cut out the 1" piece on the 7" scored piece.
Then cut your slits as shown.



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Then you're going to add your adhesive to the BACK SIDE and then fold
your tabs in.



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This is what your first box should look like. Set this piece aside
and get your 9 x 5 piece.



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You're going to score this along the 9" side at 1", 3
7/8" 4 7/8" and 7 3/4".

(The 7/8 inch is the little line between the 3/4" and 1".)



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Wrap the box around itself and tape or glue it together. Should look like above.

Set this piece aside and get your 7 x 2 3/4" piece.



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You're going to score this on the 7" side at 2 1/2, 3 1/2 and 4
1/2.



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You're going to fold it in half then fold the other score lines the
opposite direction to form a "W".



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You put your "W" piece into the bottom of your box and slide
the boxes together.



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5 comments:

Melissa S said...

The slider box is very very cute. Great tutorial, easy to follow. Thanks!!

Melissa (ScrapAtHomeMom)

Bug Junkie said...

That is Super Cute! TFS

Jes said...

Great Tutorials :) I LOVE THe pictures.. I'm a very visual person!

Thanks for sharing! Hope to see more!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the tutorial. I love that you are being so generous and sharing your creations. I made the stationary purse earlier in the week and I'll post pics on the cricut message board later.
Great job!
MariClaudi

JENN WATTERS said...

Great work... Thanks for sharing!