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Today I want to teach you how to make a 3D project with only three geometric molds.
When you see the "Kokorosa Metal Cutting Dies with Three-dimensional Diamond Shape Box" kit, you will be curious about what they can stitch together.
But in fact, they can form a very beautiful diamond-shaped box. At the same time, the production process of the box is also very simple.
The individual box is still very monotonous, and there is still a lot of space inside the box. I am considering how to use the space inside the box.
Then, I thought of a very good method. I can use transparent PVC plastic paper to make a "diamond box", and then put small items such as flowers and plants in the box. This is a bit similar to a merchandise window in a store.
To make such a "diamond box", you need to die-cut three triangular molds, four isosceles trapezoids, and a rectangular bottom.
Cut the golden laser background paper into thin strips of about 5mm. Use double-sided tape to stick the thin strips on the periphery of the triangle and trapezoid. This makes the whole box gleaming.
Next, use glue to glue the trapezoid part, the triangle part and the bottom into shape. At this time, you will find that the box is missing one side, which is specially used to put decorations in.
In order to keep the whole project intact, you'd better paste the blank side with a golden laser background paper strip.
So the entire "Diamond Box" is complete.
Put flowers in it, and the diamond box will immediately become alive and become a high-end flower basket.
In another project, I first spread dried flowers and grass on the bottom, and then put the small house made with "Kokorosa Metal Cutting Dies with Mini House" molds into it. This has become another artwork.