Easy boxes with acetate, without the hassle of making a complete box – here’s how….
If you’ve ever tried to make an acetate box, then you will know that it can be troublesome with probably a cut finger thrown into the mix. Acetate can be difficult as it’s see through, resistant to folding, and your adhesive is always visible!
Today’s project keeps the acetate playtime to a minimum – a box that looks like a proper box, but constructed in a simple manner.
I also have a bonus box to share – measurements are down below.
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Base – 4 1/16″x 4 1/16″ Score at 1″ all four sides
Acetate lid – 6″x 6″ Score at 2″ all four sides
Base – 7″x 7″ Score at 2″ all four sides
Acetate – 7 15/16″x 7 15/16″ Score at 2 1/2″ all four sides
Lid – 5 1/16″x 5 1/16″ Score 1″ all four sides
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