For our last project, I followed a super tutorial I found on Amy Rohl's blog...but leave it to one of my members and friends, Juliet, to come up with a special way to do it. She wanted to have two of the totes stuck back to back and she figured out how to do it all with one sheet of 8.5 x 11 inch paper. Juliet is a master a paper folding and easily wrapped her head around this project...I'm a bit slower and have to follow directions!
Here is Juliet's version of cutting two totes from one sheet! If you have 12 x 12 paper you can easily cut it down to 5 x 11 inches which is in Amy's original tutorial.
You should be able to click on it to see the dimensions easier. The lines with the double dash are cut lines, the sections with X are to be cut out and discarded, and the other lines just score on your handy-dandy Scor Pal (I love mine!) and fold.
I almost didn't have any stamping on it but I think these little sayings from The Angel Company new Purchase with a Purchase stamps are perfect for mini gift tags. Here's my tote:
I've had this Christmas Die Cut with a View paper pack for almost 7 years and have used maybe one sheet! Time to use it up, right?!? Please let me know if you get stuck on this project - it's really quite simple and this box is the perfect container for any little gift!