Milk carton on the hougie board

After I posted this little set a lot of people asked me if I could do a little tut
on how I make the milk cartonson the hougie board

So here it is

What you will need
A4 piece of card 
hougie board
bull dog clip

 Place you piece of A4 card on your hougie board in a landscape position on the cm side
and score at
7cm 14cm 21cm 28cm
also make a small score approx 3cm long at 10&1/2cm and 24&1/2 cms

 Then turn your card 90 degrees clockwise into portrait position
and score at
6cm 14cm 19&1/2 cms

Fold all the full score lines
and trim away the areas shown above

 You are left with this
Add adhesive down the flap on the right hand side. 
I always use DST and add a few dabs of wet glue on top

Join the side as shown here

 you now have this

Fold in the bottom flaps and adhere as above
( again I use DST with a few dabs of wet glue)

This is where those two little scores come in so handy
Simply squeeze the top together on both sides
and clip the top together with your bulldog clip

At this point I run my fingernail/bone folder/embossing tool  down the creases to sharpen

And here's what you end up with
Decorate as you wish

I have also made a holder for 4 of these using my own measurements like here
I will post a tut on that at a later date
Kerry x


Anonymous said...

Oh man your gonna laugh at this......Im new to crafting so when you guys were talking about houige boards I thought you ment (yep you guessed it) a ouige board like one for contacting spirits lol!!! Now I know what it really is haha! It looks so handy, my one you have to keep moving the card and then the lines are usually crooked! Must get me one of these! really love how you decorated the milk carton box, very pretty papers!



Hi Kerry
Both are gorgeous,
Hugs Dianne xx :)

kay said...

fabby tutorial kerry,x

Shaz said...

Great tutorial kerry. Looking forward to you making the carton holder tutorial. xx

Squirrel x said...

Wow hun, this is fabulous and thank you so much for showing us how it works. I've got a MS board so hope that does the same trick as the Hougie! Can't wait to have a play. Hugs Sxx

Linda said...

Thanks Kerry, I'll have go at this, I've had my Hougie board for about a year and only used it for the first time yesterday to make a card box. Linda xx

Anonymous said...

A fabby tutorial Kerry thanks for sharing sweetie!

Ali x

Anonymous said...

Hi Kerry (pat) this is one of the best and clear tuts I have seen.
Have to get a hougie board first, Might try with another board see you i go.. I always love your cards and would like a tut on doing sentiments onto card.. kitty c

Chris said...

Fab tutorial Glad I have one, made my first milk carton from a template so much faffing about
Thanks Kerry
Chris xx

Sarah said...

Thanks for this Kerry, it's great love yours with the matching card x

Unknown said...

Ooh great thanks xx

Anonymous said...

what a great tut! i must have a go at these and will look forward to the holder.
thanks pickle, you're a star!

suzanne2 x

Christine L said...

Brilliant tutorial Kerry! Thanks for sharing
Christine x

G Peplow said...

Hello there, great info thanks very much, love your milk carton and such a pretty card:0) xxx

Mau xx said...

Hi Kerry, great tutorial, haven't got a Houige Board but it looks like I may need to save for one now.
Hope you are feeling better xx Mau

Barbara said...

Thank you for this,got the Hougie ,cant wait for the next tutorial,

Barbara said...

Thank you for this tutorial,you are great at simplifying things,cant wait for the next one

Caroljenks said...

This set is just gorgeous Kerry - thanks so much for the tutorial too - I really must have a go now :)

Carol x

coops said...

fantastic tutorial kerry.
thanks for sharing.need some bullclips now :D

xx coops xx

Tara Cardwell said...

what a great tutorial - I must have a go at these - they'd be great for easter biccies. :-)

Dianne said...

Thanks for this tutorial Kerry. I have recently bought a Hougie and have bazillions of great nephews and nieces we give gifts to at Christmas, Easter, birthdays so can see me making a fair few of these for sweeties, little gifts, etc. Thank you, thank you.
Kind regards, Dianne 80D xx

Unknown said...

this is such a great tut, thank you for sharing with us all xx

Sandra said...

Fab tutorial thanks
Sandra x

Sue said...

Thank you so much for such a fabulous little milk cartoon using the hougie board - I am totally blown away by it and my son who has just come home from college thinks I am funny because I am so in awe of what I have just made!!! :')

lesley said...

Im new too crafting and just bought the board and made youre carton and did it first time Impressed. Its brilliant xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Kerry.Actually just got round to making one of these.Don't have the Hougie so combined it with a MS Board tut but gained a lot of inspiration here :) Hope you don't mind I've added a link to my blog.
Lisa x

Sue said...

Thank you for such a clear and easy to follow tutorial Kerry. Off to have a go at one myself now!
Sue xx

Gail said...

many thanks for this tutorial, very easy to follow.

Desire Fourie said...

Thanks so much for this wonderful tutorial.
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

Md Enamul Hoq said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
線上免費看a片 said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.