I printed it on heavy card stock and on regular paper. The regular paper was used for practice. Good idea since I found that I folded it upside down. Fold it with the printed side down. I used scissors, an exacto knife and an old piece of wood as a cutting board. Here is how it went.
|All it takes - printed card stock, scissors, and a knife.|
|After being cut out.|
|Make good creases on all the folds.|
|The result - Very functional and surprisingly study little box.|
|The connectors and SD card hold the RasPi tightly in place.|
Flip the case over and there is lots of space to express your inner Pi. OK, so I'm not Picasso.