On the short side score at 2.5 inches and again at 6 inches with your simply scored from Stampin' UP!
Turn paper and score on the long side 1.25", 2.5",5",7",9.5" and 10.75"
Cut into the middle scores at 5 and 7"up to the 2.5" score on one side and then 6" score on the other side. Then go to the outer edges and score up to the 2.5" score on the 2.5 and 6" score lines then go to the other side and cut back to the 9.5" score line at both 2.5" and 6" score lines.
Clear as mud right?? how about a picture
you can take your oval punch and punch into the middle rectangle on each end this will be your handles so make sure you go far enough in up to the edge of the first score line is good.
Then you are going to fold and crease the squares next to the middle cuts outward toward the handle section. Do all 4 squares.
Here is another picture for you.
At this point you are going to reinforce your folds in the middle and flip up those flaps and you will roll each side towards the middle. It will be kind of fuddlely (is that a word?) but you can do it.
Here is another pic
Hope you enjoy this fun project. Here are a few more pictures
here is another size that has been a big hit with many of the demonstrator friends I have and have traded with at many regionals and conventions
here are the dimensions and scores
I call it a mini lunch box and it will hold a hersheys nugget perfectly
cut card stock 3 1/2" x 5"
on 3 1/2" side score at 1" and 2 1/2 "
on the 5" side score at 1" 2" 3" and 4"
you need to use the itty bitty punch that has the fancy oval to cut the handles in the ends
then cut the two scores on the ends up to the first scores on each side
then on the long side do the same to the middle score
don't cut anything off
but you will fold the 4 squares that are on each side of the middle 2 sections
they will fold toward the outer sides
then when you fold the box the middles fold inward and the folded sides towards each other do one side then the other and it works best if you fold in one top side then the other fold the handles in and give it a little press. tie a ribbon through the handle and you have a cute little gable box,