Flowers and Butterfly Box

It's a new year with new challenges at Scor-Pal.   This month's challenge is all about organization.  What can you create to help your organize your craft supplies (or anything else you desire).

I've created a cute box that can hold anything in my craft room.  But, I'm thinking it's a wonderful gift box - just fill it with candy or even some jewelry.  Think of the seasonal type boxes you can create.

Cut one piece of cardstock 6" x 10 1/2".
Place long edge on Scor-Pal and score at 3".
Rotate and score at 3" and 7 1/2".

To create the diagonal scores, line cardstock along one of the grooves and score the outer boxes.
Score 1" away from the first score line on one side as shown below.

Cut away the smallest triangles and the rectangular pieces at the opposite side.

Cut in along the score lines to the center score and fold on all score lines.
Add Score Tape and assemble.

Cut another piece of cardstock 7" x 10 1/2" and score at 3" and 7 1/2".
Rotate and score at 3" and 6" (the flap will be used to join the box).

Create the diagonal scores as noted above.

Cut in on the score lines.
Fold on all score lines and assemble with Score Tape.

Create 3 trays by cutting 3 pieces of cardstock each 5 3/8" x 5 3/8".
Score at 1 3/8" and 4 1/4".
Rotate and score at 1 3/8" and 4 1/4".
Cut in on all 4 corners and place Scor-Tape on the panels.
Form to create the trays.


 Adhere the two sides of the box together by placing Scor-Tape on the flap and aligning the 2 pieces.

Adhere the trays in place using Score Tape to two sides of the box.
Cut pattern paper and additional cardstock to fit your box.
Decorate as desired. 
I added ribbon around the box using die cut panels to secure the ribbon.
Butterflies were stamped, embossed and die cut, then added to the panels.

Please stop by the Scor-Pal blog and see everyone's projects.

Thanks for stopping by today.


 I've entered this project in the Simon Says Challenge





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