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Old 10-25-2004, 05:14 AM   #1
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Default *detailed* instructions for the 2468 box

I've been reading about these and I'm really challenged when it comes to anything 3D. I'm sure the detailed instructions for these boxes are here on SCS *somewhere*, but I can't find them.

Help please?

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Old 10-25-2004, 05:16 AM   #2
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score a 1/2 sheet of CS at 2, 4, 6 and 8. Cut in on each score mark to 2" from teh bottom. Cut off small flap. Notch with rectangle punch, assemble and add ribbon and tag.

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Here ya go....r

If the file doesn't open properly by just clicking on the link, save it to your hard drive (Right+click, Save Target as...) and then open it.
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Robin - your instructions are awesome. They are sooo detailed and precise. Thank you soooo much for sharing !!!
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Thank you SO much for the instructions! I'm sure there are others who will love having them too!

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oh thank you soooo much. I have been trying in my head to figure it out and apparently 3D is not my thing. I want to do them for my first Open House.

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Do you have to have the rectangle punch to make this work? I don't have it, but want to make these.
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The punch is used to make a notches in the sides to help keep the ribbon in place. You could use a circle punch - or just scissors for that matter.
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Do you have to have the rectangle punch to make this work? I don't have it, but want to make these.

Julie -- I didn't even punch the sides of my "box". I just did small punches in the middle at the top and put the ribbon through and tied the bow. It didn't even go around the sides.
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Do you have to have the rectangle punch to make this work? I don't have it, but want to make these.
I don't have the rectangle punch either....just used a hand held old fashioned circle punch to punch a half circle. Worked for me.
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Brads are cute closres. too!

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WooooHooooo! Robin, thanks for sharing your terrific written instructions! Lov'em!
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I use my Fiskars Doggy Bone punch for the Ribbon hold.
Robin....You are SO helpful, Thanks for all your help, you always know where to look, and if you don't....you will.
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Hi there i would like your 2468 instructions but for some reason when i click on the link it doesnt bring up anything just a blank screen. Could you email it to me at [email protected]? thank you very much
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Smile 2468 BOX

Robin,

I also would love to have the instructions. Nothing is showings when I
try to open the attachment. TFS

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hi there;
Same here. I couldn't open the attachment. Co8uld I also get a copy of the instuctions? [email protected] Thanks so much.
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Thanks so much for the instructions! I was wondering how to make it as well and couldn't figure it out without the visual.
I couldn't open it either so I right-clicked on it and selected "save target as". Then, it worked just fine. Give it a try.
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Try right-clicking on the .pdf file attachment and saving it to your computer, then opening it. That worked for me......
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Thanks for posting these instructions, I actually think I can make one of these now!!!
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Cool!! Now I know how to make special little treats for wedding showers..... baby showers..... birthday parties..... retirement parties..... graduation parties..... and the beat goes on.............
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Robin - I just had an SU! customer ask me about this yesterday... thx for posting this am. Made my search MUCH easier! Now, off to play!
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Thanks for the directions. For some reason, I thought these were "nesting" boxes...where you open a box and then there's a smaller one, etc.
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I love SCS!!! I wanted the instruc. for the 2468 Box.......went to forums and typed in 2468 box and voila'.....a great forum with precise instructions and template from Robin. Thank you very much. Nancy
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Is there any way you could e-mail me the directions because when I click on the template I only get a blank screen too! Yikes! I'm at [email protected]

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These instructions are fabulous!! Thanks so much for sharing!
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thanks for shring the great instructions in PDF file, I love it I need a picture to look at. I'm a visual person....lol
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I would like to make some of these using an 8x8 sheet of textured cardstock. So, in thinking out loud, I could do 5 1/2 x 8, and change my score lines to every 1 7/8 right?
I have this really pretty cardstock on hand that would work perfect, but it is only 8x8, so I just want to make sure I have my measurements correct.
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What a lovely box! Thank you for posting these instructions
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Those are adorable and they work perfect!!! THANK YOU FOR SHARING!!

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any directions on how to make the tall ones? Thanks! I am not mathmatically minded, so anyone that has a cheat sheet would be so helpful!
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any directions on how to make the tall ones? Thanks! I am not mathmatically minded, so anyone that has a cheat sheet would be so helpful!

ok, I had DH help me out, and we got it figured out.

the best way to explain it would be like this for 12x12 paper for larger boxes.

on one side, score at 2 7/8" for the botom flaps.

The, turn 90*, and score at 2 7/8", 5 3/4", 8 5/8", and 11 1/2". This will leave a 1/2" flap.

Decorate and finish as normal.
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THANKS so much... my SU Demonstrator was going to e-mail me her directions, but she hasn't yet --- and I need to make a whole bunch of them for one of my friends at my church who sells jewellery.

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love it... subccribing.. thanks!
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