Wednesday, September 10, 2008
One Sheet Gallery and Our Top 3Ds!
Wowza look at you guys create! Like Carrie said, the first time we met IRL I made a "One Sheet Box" for her as a special swap. Look at where that little box has brought us... together on this blog...awwww bunny!
Here is my altered sample of the "One Sheet Box". I absolutely love this fun little box, because you can do so much with it! For my piece I just changed the score mark on the longer sides to 1 1/2". This made the box much wider and will fit A2 size cards as a gift. Instead of folding the sides in I cut the 4 1/2" & 6 1/2" score lines up to the 1 1/2" score mark and folded that little square up. I then took the two left over flaps and adhered them together on top of the small square giving a nice clean side.
Carrie was a bit of a keener this week and made two variation samples of the one sheet box. For the first one, she in addition to scoring the 41/2 and 6 1/2 on the 11" side, she also scored 1" and 2" in from each end. This way, she could fold the tops in to close the box. She finished it with a belly band made of ribbon.
For her second sample, Carrie cut her initial piece of cardstock down to 10" x 7 1/2". She used the same measurements and made a smaller box. Like her first sample, she scored in on each side and made a small gable box. She punched two holes on the top with her Crop-A-Dile and threaded the ribbon through to close the box. On this and the previous sample, she also adhered the sides together on the inside to keep things together a bit better. I will be the first to say it, both of Carrie's projects gorgeous!
Thanks to everyone who played this week. You all did such an amazing job! Don't forget to stop by daily starting tomorrow to see who is in our Spotlight. Remember if you have or see a great 3D project email us so we can get it here in our Spotlight section.
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