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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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  • wow great cars so cute I am going to try this !

    Ginny on
  • Love this. I really do.

    Eunice Hamilton on
  • Another fantastic tutorial! You make it so easy. Thank you!

    Dorothy Freeman on
  • I love this idea and you make it look so easy. You are so talented, I don’t think I could figure out all the in’s and out’s of it like I’ve seen you do many times.
    Thank you, love your videos and the interaction between you and your family and Fern.

    Pam VanDerZyl on
  • Thanks for this awesome tutorial! I wish I had thought of this, making this kind of card, I always mess it up becuause of the sticking 2 pieces together, I never seem to line it up right, but doing this with just 1 sheet …. WOW! How super easy that makes it! LOVE the twist you made with it, again, wish I had thought of that! You have shown that the possibilities for this type of card, are endless, thanks so much for the inspiration! LOVE LOVE it! xx

    Karen Perkins on

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