Nailed It Box Card

I do hope you all had a great week and have an even better weekend.

Today I’m bringing you a Box Card. I have committed the ultimate sin….I’ve had the Nailed It bundle for 2 months and this is the first time I’ve used it ?. I know, dredful but there are just so many nice products!

Anyway I decided, after looking through Pinterest, that they would look great on a Box Card.

The Grey and Blue one that I made first is in Basic Gray with Urban Underground Speciality DSP on the flap. The tools were stamped in Basic Black onto Smoky Slate and the handles are Pacific Point.

The actual Box Card starts off as a piece of cardstock 10.5″ x 6″. With the 10.5″ across the top, score at 2.5″, 5″, 7.5″ and 10″. Rotate and score at 2.5″.

Cut off the smaller skinny tab and the down the vertical score lines on the smaller squares.

The DSP on the 3 sides measure 2.25″ x 2.25″. The one on the back panel measures 2.25″ x 3″.

The nuts and bolts were die cut out of Silver and Copper Foil Sheets.

The red one is made from Real Red. All measurements are the same except for no DSP, no front flap and slighter (trimmed) shorter sides.

The handle on the saw is die cut from Tip Top Taupe.

The ‘drawer’ fronts are 2.25″ x .75″ and the handle are just a small rectangle of Silver Foil Sheet.

The strips inside that hold the tools are strips of card 1″ x 3.5″ and scored at .5″ on either end and adhered in place.

I also added a reinforced panel on the back, 2.5″ x 6″.

The sentiment is actually from Guy Greetings and, I think, is perfect for this bundle.

Here is my tutorial of how to make it.

Happy Crafting ?


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