Materials and file links for making a Triangle Box with CutCardStock’s design team.
This post goes along with a project on CutCardStock’s blog where I share tutorials twice a month as a part of their design team. This post contains support links for the files and materials used in the triangle box post.
I used a Cricut Maker to cut the card stock for this project. Since the card stock is heavy (111#) I cut the file twice.
Special thanks go to companies that provide materials for me to use in my posts. For this project, thanks go to Cricut, CutCardStock, and ScraPerfect.
Grab a free SVG file to make a curvy box. #sponsored @cutcardstock
The design team at CutCardStock is featuring projects made with Astrobright card stock this month. I love the three colors I was sent and how they work well together. I created a curvy box SVG to use with them.
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The full post and tutorial can be found at: [curvy box]
I cut the Astrobright at a 100 lb setting. Don’t forget to set the red lines to score.
Do your kids give valentines to their friends? I haven’t heard what our school is planning this year but I love making something special with my daughters for them to give to their friends. This year we made these cute paper candy boxes to hold Lindt Chocolate Truffles. What a special little treat, I don’t think anyone will turn it down!
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Download the free SVG file linked below. I was able to get four on one page. The black lines cut and the red lines need to be changed to score.
This is an example of the cut file. Turn the design away from yourself, place the two pieces with the hearts together, take one of the other side flaps and place it over the heart shapes to hold the box together. Insert the Lindt chocolate and finish closing the box.
Yeap, we made a lot of them.
While the boxes were complete, for my youngest daughter, we made a heart tag to place on top. The Maker wrote the words and then cut the shape.
If you would like the SVG for the heart you can download it here. [heart tag]