Okay, I still don't know how to edit these things so here it is warts & all, but one thing I want to add is that when you draw in the 7.4cm line down the front, to help position the die, flip the card over & draw the same line on the back too, it helps line up the cutting plates of your machine.
Okay, an individual drawer unit that holds nine mini ink pads & this one is made from 300gsm card stock. Make as many as you need & stack them, or slip them into a drawer.
Before you even start, this unit is made from recycled chipboard, from the back of hard backed envelopes & paper pads etc. so the templates & project notes will only work successfully if you use the same. Cereal boxes WON'T work, they are too thin & flimsy. If all you have is card, wait until I upload a single drawer version which I designed for construction with card.
I have made this really easy for you with even more photographs than usual in these project notes, to basically hold your hand through each step of the project.
Apologies to my US readers but as this project was created around out British standard paper sizes the diagrams included in the project notes are in metric, so unfortunately you will need to convert them!
Sorry, not the best image to show you the 'twisted' aspect to this circular easel card project!
This project is all about how to easily create apetures in the folded flaps on the front of the card so they line up exactly when the card is closed. The decoration of the card I leave up to you.