The next thing I made was a box. I started by looking at the box size options on the compartment door, and opted for a 4” square box. I started with two 12” square piece of paper for the box. I easily scored my paper and cut it where the directions said to. I then folded and glued it together.
- Comes with a bone folder and an envelope guide with measurements to jump-start your project.
- On-board storage space for both the bone folder and envelope guide.
- Score marks at 1/8” intervals.
- Accommodates paper up to 12 ½” square.
- Light-weight for travel.
- The door for the bone folder is hard to open.
- Measures approximately 14” x 13” x ¾” so storage space maybe an issue for some.
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