Thursday, December 15, 2011

Tutorial for promarker gift Box

Hi. This is the instructions for the copic/promarker gift box.. I have just given the instructions for the basic box.. Decorate it as you like....

Box Base- Cut piece card 40cm X 13cm.
Score at 15cm, 16 1/2cm, 32cm, 33 1/2cm.

inside container..Cut a piece CS 17cm X 13cm.
from top score 3cm.
from bottom score at 1 1/2 cm and 3cm.
from both sides score at 1 1/2cm and 3cm.
cut out tabs as shown in picture and fold in.
Glue top 3cm piece inside. attach this to the inside of the box leaving enough room at top for the copics to fit.

TAB- Cut a piece of CS 10cm X 3cm.. Attach to the top flap and use a piece of velcro to attach to close...Loz
I have entered this in Make-it-Monday#68


  1. Hi Loz

    Very pretty gift box you have created for the promarkers! Lovely colour combo and I love the border punches you have used.

    Thank you for sharing with us at Make It Monday this week.

    Michelle :o)

  2. AWESOME! I want one of these all filled up with copics! LOL Thanks for sharing this wonderful bit of inspiration! Glad I saw you on Make It Monday!
    Karen C

  3. Dropped in seeing your link on MIM-- such a unique creation

    Cheers from Bangalore ,India
    Dr Sonia S V

  4. What a great box for a great gift. Visit you via MIM.

  5. what a creative idea! how cute would this be with big chunky crayons for a toddler too! Found ya thru MIM and dropped in to say hey :)

  6. Another stunning project hun!
    Very, very pretty indeed. Smiles.
    Thank you for joining us at Make it Monday this week.

    Hugs Krafty Karen - DT for Make It Monday.

    Remember, to leave a comment for the other entries & be sure to mention you saw
    them on Make It Monday.

    Wishing you a lovely Christmas and a lucky 2012.xx

  7. Very pretty aand oh so practical. Mine are all in a plastic box that I have to delve around in. Thsnks so much for the tutorial. Just popped by from MIM.
    Hugs Mrs A.

  8. WonderfuL! It will make such a lovely gift for kids :)


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