Stage one - Cut your Paper Cuts die in to your chosen cardstock with at least a 2cm border around the design


Stage two - trim off the top excess part of the die


Stage three - Score score down the side of the diecut against the edge, then again at 1cm across & then 2cm across.


Stage four - Score down both edges of your border element - firstly against the side of the design and again 1cm wider on both ends, and again at 2cm.


Stage five - trim off the excess card to leave you the two - 1cm side strips around all three sides of the design.


Stage six - You'll notice you have 4 blocks on each corner of the design. Trim off the outside 3 blocks.


Stage seven - The remaining 4th block can now be trimmed in to a little plant pot style block.


Stage eight - Glue the tabs you've just created to build up the side walls on the 3 sides.


Stage nine - Glue down the top flaps to create your finished 3D boxed Paper Cut element


Use these as little holders for pictures/photos/elements.. or to help frame your elements as shown on the finished card.


Please do a practise one with cheap card, before cutting in to your finest Foundations card 😉


All of the items I used to make this card can be found in the 'As seen on TV' section, on the July - Paper Cuts - Jamie Rodgers page


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Instructions - Turning Paper Cuts Edgers in to 3D box elements


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