Suitcase Corner guards
You could use foil card instead, if you want metal corners.
|Use a circle template, on the lid, to work out which circle you will need, depending on the size of how big you want your corner guards. I chose circle 7.|
|Cut out all the circles. They look like a party of Pacmen :D|
|Use a pair of tweezers to bend the outer "triangles" inwards.|
|Apply the glue only to this "triangle". Position it slightly over the edge of the corner of the suitcase and check that the two unglued edges will meet, before the glue dries. You can tidy up any excess glue with a cocktail stick.|
|Once the "pacman" is secure, apply glue as shown, then fold over the "triangles, so they attach to the side of the lid/box.|
|Using your finger nails, push the sides together. Repeat on all corners. When the glue has dried, use the end of your tweezers to dent the corners in and the side of the stylus to slightly round the edges.|
Suitcase Handle Style 1
(Style 2, is in Part 3)
|Fold over a piece of cartridge paper, so that you have roughly a cm width.|
|Draw a horizontal line, then on the unfolded edge you can draw any shape or a circle. Then draw two more lines from the circle to the folded edge, as shown. Holding the folded edges together, cut the shape out.|
|Glue the cut out, to the reverse of the "leather", then cut out.|
|Glue the white side down, onto the reverse of the leather, cut out. You should end up with it covered in "leather", on both sides.|
On to Part 3 - LAST PART!