Well sort of. Nothing has really changed other than the fact that the hustle and bustle is over and now I can think again. I needed a quick present to give to a wonderful friend and as I was looking at the boxes on the Scor-Pal website I came across a Note Card Box that Valerie Stangle did.but it was designed for a metric Scor-Pal. I took a chance that she would have it on her blog and she did so I made the box and I cut a lot of paper to fit inside of it for all the times you need a piece of scratch paper. I then added a pen to it and it turned out rather cute. The funny thing is that I really did not realize that it was to hold note cards and not paper so I decided to create my very own Scratch Paper Box using the basic idea from Valerie’s Note Card Box which can be seen here.
I also decided to put this as a Creative Corner Challenge which is to do a 3-D project you can see here.
I first designed the box so that it would fit on any desk and be out-of-the-way, then I decided to make a larger one to put scrap paper in one side and to be able to put the notes I took in the other side. So here goes my first tutorial, wish me luck and please let me know if the instructions are clear and make sense.
Single Scratch Paper Box Tutorial
Cut Card stock at 9 1/2 X 7 1/8
(note: The correct measurements are on the PDF templates above)
Double Scratch Paper Box
I hope these instructions are easy and correct. I hope you have fun making them.