11 Responses to “CUSTOM BOX MAKING created with the Simply Scored tool!”

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  1. Great ideas! Thanks for sharing. I really love that jean pocket too!

  2. Fantastic! Thanks for the great video

  3. Ellen says:

    Awesome video! TFS

  4. Hey Connie, don’t know if you noticed or not, but your videos are not showing up in your older posts. You may want to run through each of your posts tagged “video” and pop the embed code back in those 🙂 I personally LOVE the video for this post…and the one for making the shim…and wouldn’t want any of your new followers to miss those!

    • Connie says:

      Kimberly, I am aware of this. I just switched from Blogger to WordPress and for whatever reason NONE of my videos came over. It takes so long to get them all put back. I have made through about 20 posts and I have a LONG way to go. We also switched from Windows to a Mac in the exact same week as the website change. This was NOT smart on my part because I am pulling my hair out trying to learn a new computer. Technology and I don’t get along very well. 🙂

      Thanks for the email and I hope to get those loaded after Leadership. In the meantime you can click on the TV set on the right hand side and all my videos are there. 🙂

  5. Shannon says:

    I just discovered your blog and learned how to make my lid shim, but I can’t find the video for the custom made boxes. Am I doing something wrong or is it still not available from when you switched up your blog?

  6. Connie I’m trying to make a box for some wedding invitations, measuring 9inches by 6 1/2 inches would you method of working out work for this. Many thanks Julie x

    • Connie says:

      Yes. You didn’t say how deep the box would be but whatever the depth is, double it and add it to the 9″ and 6 ½”. So, let’s say you need the box to be 1″ deep. Double it (2″) and when you add that to your length and width, your cardstock would be cut 11″ x 8 ½”.

  7. jean mac says:

    how would I make a box for a 8inchx8inch card depth1inch

    • Connie says:

      Easy –
      Length 8″ + 1″ deep + 1″ deep = 10″
      Width 8″ + 1″ deep + 1″ deep = 10″

      So you cut your cardstock 10″ x 10″

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