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Open Center Box Card Inspired by Nyoka's Tea Light Card

Posted by Tamatha Luehrs on

 Today we are making a fabulous open box card that was inspired by our very own Nyoka. So gather up those supplies and let's create. 

Supplies used: 

Fashionista Paper Collection

Princess Once Upon a Time Paper Collection

Premium Trio Cardstock

Cricut Trimmer

EK Tools Standard Scoreboard

Embossing Stylus tool

Bone Folder

Sticky Tape

Art Glitter Glue

TH Shears

Versafine inks



~1 piece of 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock

Scoring on the 11-inch side at 2 3/4, 5 1/2, 8 1/4 then turn once and score at 4 1/4

You will cut out the openings with dies, see the video for this instruction

Bar pieces: 

Cut cardstock to 3 3/4 x 3, then you will score 1/2 inch on each end. After this, you will need to cut them to measure 3/4.

Please refer the video for the assembly of this awesome box card. 

Please remember to head on over to our facebook group, Maymay Made It and So Did I: a place to share your Maymay inspired projects, and post your version of this fabulous project. You can also showcase your creation on the Customer Gallery to show us what you are making with the products you have purchased from our store. 





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  • Just found your video. This is a great card. I will try to make one this week. Thank you for sharing, you make it easy for us to try it. I just order the paper on line. Thank you

    Anaibis on
  • I loved this card very much… Went online and ordered the paper pack and some glue! Can’t wait to recreate this card!!! TFS!

    Veronica Bernal on
  • May May this is sooooo stinking cute I just Luvvv it. I love how you show and talk us through it all, you are a genius at what u do… I will be making this Fashionister one for my daughter’s B-day…Thank you soooo much for sharing…you are the best.

    Georgia Peach on
  • Love this card, thanks for sharing the how to, you do a fabulous job explaining.

    Cindylu Miller on
  • I made it , it looks amazing. Love the way you explain in such an easy manner.
    Thanks for sharing your talents.
    Kind regards from Malta.

    Maria Micallef Lia on

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