Check to make sure that the panels are centred on graphics particularly on the top.
Use a glue stick to temporarily fit the panels and check to be sure that the box can fold up.
Remove the corners of the overhangs.
Use a small of PVA glue along the edge of the cardboard panel and fold each section of the paper over to glue it down.
Leave this to dry
Cut out the interior graphics from its A3 sheet and line it up on the panels.
Trim the interior graphics so that there is no overhang.
Use glue stick to temporarily glue the interior.
Try to make sure that the paper folds around the carboard as this will help the lid to open and close. ~This did not go to plan for me~
Use PVA to glue the edges down.
Let this dry.
Cut the edge graphics out from the A3 paper (I have printed 3 copies of this page)
Use tape to hold the three pieces of cardboard together in shape.
Measure on the back of the paper to get a guide lines for where the central cardboard panel will be glued down.
Apply a thin layer of PVA glue to the cardboard and carefully align it to the guide lines.
Apply PVA to the sides and making sure that the shape holds glue down the sides
Cut out the ends of the edge images and use it to cover the gap at the end.
Cut into the overhang so that it can be folded over.
Apply a thin layer of PVA and fold over each of the overhangs.
Cut the final spare edge piece so it is thin enough to cover the gap on the inside of the box walls.
Run PVA along the bottom of the edge piece and on the two back edges. Align the edges using the bottom graphics as guide.
Press the edges down and fold the box up. Leave to dry with a small weight to maintain light pressure.
Use a piece of A3 card and measure guide lines.
Cut out the cardboard, score the lines and fold.
Apply use glue stick to cover the card and glue down the felt while the card is folded.
Remove the overhangs of the felt before sticking it down to the other folder sides.
Use an eraser to push each of the pins through and secure.
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