Here is a link to a tutorial on how to make a simpler (smaller) version of this box, I will explain the changes I made. I started with a large 12×12″ sheet for the yellow base box, and instead of folding in all the corners as shown in the tutorial, I cut those pieces off so I could fit more layers inside. I scored this sheet every 4″ then turned the CS once and scored again. I then decreased my card stock pieces by 2″, so the celery layer was a 10 1/2 x10 1/2″ box (scored every 3 1/2″) and they pink was a 9×9″ square (scoring every 3″). (FYI- I scored evenly twice along either side of the card stock(s) to give me a grid look before I folded.) The top was made from a piece 6×6″ square, scored 1″ in all the way around. Then snip the corners as shown in the tutorial, then fold and adhere together to make the lid. It doesn’t take much time at all and finding the pictures and embellishing them was the MOST fun of all!