Before printing the templates you need to set your printer to 'actual size/1:1/100%' etc. as I have designed these templates to size, otherwise they may print off the edge. I generally create to the size of the printer paper so if you want them smaller check out the help files on the 'How to...' page.
As with all templates on this website - unless otherwise stated, black solid lines indicate cut lines & blue perforated lines are score & fold lines.
Project notes on making this really easy shadow box style design.
Step by step instructions on how to create this frame in either a square or rectangular format, with the size limited only by the size of the card stock you have. It doesn't even require adhesive, but you can add it if you prefer.
Sorry, not a template but step by step guide with diagrams & conversion measurements into inches, for my American readers.
I have been asked for some full sheet templates, & although I generally avoid them due to the fact that unless you reset your printer the outermost line 'falls off' the page, & in many cases it prints slightly higher up the sheet so knocking the whole thing out of synch, I went ahead & did three stepper templates. But you will need to reset your printer to 'shrink oversized sheets' or equivalent, which will give you the entire template, but slightly smaller than a whole sheet.
A new multi-fold card, but rather than typing up a worksheet I simply wrote the measurements on the back of a 20cm (8") square card base for you to copy from.
Quick Tip: Fold the score lines by hand & do not burnish with the bone folder, this will help prevent any splaying of the finished landscape card.
Something for a larger 20cm/8" card base that you can use on the front or back of the card, & either vertically or horizontally. In order to design the template fit onto one sheet of printer paper I have created it so it will cover only the half of the card you will be working on & butt up to the fold line.
A multifunctional template with at least three variations: image one; image one reversed & image two - just to get you started.