I was browsing through some old catalogs and stumbled across a box that caught my attention. There was nothing extraordinary about the box, it was just a box and looked like a plain ole box -- but, what caught my attention was how it closed. Now, you all may be a bit more "savvy" than I and possibly have seen this type box before but I hadn't -- it's called an interlocking box. The way the box closes is that the 4 flaps (the 2 on the lid and the 2 on the bottom) are all tucked into the inside of the box and this causes the box to lock. Now because I like things that operate a little differently, I thought this was pretty cool -- but, like I said, you guys have probably already seen this box before. Anyway, in case you haven't, here's a picture showing the 4 flaps...
Now, you'd carefully tuck all the flaps inside the box while you're closing it, and it looks like a box, but it interlocks!
Here'll you see it just looks like a decorated box...
Let me know if you've seen this before or not, and what you think. If you like it, I did a cut.file too.
Hey, did you notice my watermark? I just figured out how to do it!!! Cool, huh?
I'll be seeing you!