There are many different patterns available, and they can be altered to suit the dimensions that you need. I like starting with a 6″ width of paper, since that width will use the paper efficiently. The paper for the crackers shown is 10″ long.
Fold on each score line, in each direction. If you find that the designer paper is cracking and looking torn on the score lines, fold it the opposite direction first, and then fold in the finished direction.
The other boxes shown in the first picture are the more typical boxes that we have been making from the envelope punch board. They hold a full-size Reese’s twin pack. I won’t go into great detail here, but I started with a 7 1/8″ square of cardstock, and my score lines were 2″ and 3″. Click here for a bit more detail on this type of box.
These are great projects for desginer paper, and as you can see, I used up a bunch of my retired stash! I even pulled out the retired stamp set that went with the paper.