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This instructable will guide you through creating a decorative container for Easter, or if you wish any thing you want it to hold. I do allow things besides ...
Get together the materials. The stylus can be substituted for a pencil or pen (preferably with no ink).
Put this in a word document or just print to the margins of the page. I am printing it on yellow canson. If you want the viacad or ...
If you can this is a cleaner version saved in word.
Score using a pen tip, pencil, or preferable a stylus. I use a ruler for the straight lines and freehand the curves. Score on EVERY line.
All lines scored and box cut out
Crease the diagonal lines only
Flip the paper over and crease on the rest of the score lines. Look at the next pic for reference if needed.
What it looks like with all the creases.
Apply glue as shown or staple on the diagonals (this won't be as neat) and overlap one layer
Should be a hexagon from the side.
This is typically the stubborn part. The initial collapse is a pain, but practice makes perfect. You will be twisting the lid shut clockwise or counterclockwise depending on ...
Do the other side the same way as 11-14, except the direction you twist is opposite. The twist opens and closes easier each time. Make sure the inner ...
The completed product perfect for holding candy, trinkets, etc...
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