|Maxi - and minis.|
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To make the milk cartons, print them up on copier-quality cardstock and cut them out. I've used American Crafts Cardstock, which is printer-friendly - takes the ink beautifully and has a lovely texture. (You must trim it down to A4 to fit the printer). Score the folds, then pre-fold them. For the prints, you will have to eyeball the location of the folds - you'll figure it out. Next, glue the ajacent sides, then the top flap. There's access to the box contents through the "trap door" on the bottom:
|Fold the side flaps first.|
|Then tuck the tab into the slot.|
I like to punch two holes in the milk carton top and tie a craft thread bow through them. You can thread on the gift tag while you are at it.
Of course, you can enlarge or reduce the designs as desired.
So that's milk carton mania for today!