Thursday, September 10, 2009

Paper Lunch Box Tutorial - Free Template Download



I'm so lucky to not only be the sponsor this week at Stamping Sisters in Christ Challenge Blog but I am also the Guest Designer for the Week! Thank you, Kristine, for this opportunity!

Per my other post showing the detailed photo's of the completed Sea Turtle Digi Lunch Box here is the tutorial on how I made it. You can download the template for this Paper Lunch Box for FREE at McMahon Five Designs webstore HERE.



I sized the template to fill up the whole page in a Word Document and printed it on card stock.



I cut just inside the dark printed lines to cut them off. Don't worry about the score lines. You have several options:

  1. Line the inside of your box with coordinating cardstock.

  2. Fold your box so the dark lines are on the outside and then 'distress' those dark lines with dark ink and they will not show! :)

I simply used a ruler and a bone folder to score on the score lines.



I folded on the fold lines.




Glue it all together with your favorite glue or adhesive.


Done! :) Easy Peasy! Give it a try! Send me your little lunch boxes and I will add them to the store gallery for all to see!







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6 comments:

Kristine said...

WOOOHOOO!! Thank you so much for this awesome template, Sue!! You're so kind to offer it to us all. LOVE that li'l lunch box and all the sparkle. THANK YOU so much for being my Guest Designer this week! =0) Have a swimmin' good day! Hugsx

Gvendalen said...

Thank you for sharing, Sue! Awesome the lunch Box! Have a good day.
Hugs

stephanne said...

That sample you've shown us is just precious, and yay yay yay, as I continue my whimsical adventure towards the next page of your blog, I see that you are sharing the template!!! Woohoo!! Thanks, I look forward to using it!!

Denise @ Paper Gems said...

WOW! You're on "Card of the Week" with this tutorial!

Betty aka ZacksNana said...

Thanks for this cute inspirational piece! I'm gonna have to try it!!!

Free Printables said...

Simple, easy to use, easy to follow, useful information. thanks for sharing