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I learned this from my Mom. These are great for freezing left-overs, packing your own lunch or funky gift giving!
You'll need one standard milk cartonbox cutterpencil or permanent markerruler
Measure 1 cm down from the top edge of the carton body. Mark an horizontal line on each side. Be careful, knives are sharp! Cut along these lines ...
Measure down 2.5 cm from the new top edge. Mark an horizontal line at this point on three sides. Cut along line through three sides. Leave band attached ...
Measure up 9 cm from bottom of carton, make a mark at corner junction. Make a cut from this mark, through the corner up to the band.
There should be three flaps and one flap with an attached band.
Fold three side flaps down evenly into the cavity of the carton.
Finally fold down the last flap with the retention band. Work the band down around the side of the carton to form the closure. And Voila!This is my ...
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