You can make your own paper Box templates for crafting - " Online" and have them generated as a PDF file using the FREE online site : Super Deluxe Tuckbox Template Maker http://www.cpforbes.net/tuckbox/
I made a new webpage showing How "I" do it with a little help using my favorite graphics editing software program Microsofts Digital Image.
Other Important Tips or stuff I like to tell folks... Websites come and go, move to different web locations, etc. EVERY DAY. Don't trust your bookmarks. When you find/read something, or see a craft idea or directions on how to make something, that you even remotely think you might want or it may have useful information - then Print it out right then, 3 hole punch your papers and put in a notebook for future reference, make notes on it - telling you who made a project, date it, etc, etc. , Save templates to your own computer when you see them, etc. Put them in locations/folders on your computer that you will remember and associate with such items.
If you worry about losing your "stash" of ideas, templates, graphics, etc. - then Back them up to an External Drive, A Flash Jump drive, or to DVDs, etc. Or you can even consider signing up for an online service like Carbonite - costs about $50 a year for backing up your documents & pictures folders. If something is irreplacable or you would be heart broken if it was ever lost from your computer - then back it up a couple times via a external drive and to dvds etc. (DVDs hold much more than the old rewriteable CDs - but of course your computer would need a DVD writer - hopefully you do have a newer computer with one of those thingies included - if not then backup what you can fit on a CD) And BACK UP YOUR STUFF OFTEN - do it everyday - especially if you just added photos, or downloaded a bunch of the digi freebies out there or bought new graphics sets, etc.
Just a BuffaloGal out tonight..surfing the web for its best and most interesting or fun sites to spend some time at.
I am now a Permanent "Snowbird" living in Florida. I'm close by to my oldest daughter and her family. I miss my Life in Buffalo, and my sweet Paul. But finding my "new normal" life is an adventure, with twists and turns, ups and downs. I am grateful to GOD for each of his Blessings he has filled my life with. Some folks online may know me only as LibMary...but I'm really just a "Buffalo Gal" - Out Tonight!!