A birthday invitation box made for my daughter's birthday, which resembles a 2X2 Lego brick.
Follow these instructions and custom make your own with the downloadable template.
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Step 1: The Issue: Birthday Invitation Card
My daughter asked me to make a birthday card which resembled the 2X2 Lego brick.
So why not make an invitation box instead?
Step 2: What the Box Looks Like?
It is a 4cm X 4cm base box and 2 cm high.
I made the box template in Google Sketchup and then imported it to Inkscape to add text on it
Step 3: Download Software, Edit Text and Print
You should download a software called Inkscape to edit the text.
A hint: You can download a portable version from here:
Download the drawing.svg file
Follow the instructions in the video how to edit the template and print.
Step 4: Cut Out the 2 Squares
Step 5: Make These 4 Cuts Into the Square
Step 6: Follow These Steps to Fold the Box
Step 7: Fold the Box
Step 8: Now Take the Bottom Part of the Box and Do Exactly the Same Steps
Cut, fold the edges and fold the box scape
Step 9: You Will End Up With 2 Half Boxes, Insert Them Into Each Other
Step 10: Now Print With the Other Ones With Different Colored Papers
Hint: You can put a small chocolate or candy in the box as well