New Cutting File Set – Gift Box Collection – Includes SVG, DXF and FCM File Formats

July 12, 2016 — 3 Comments

Need a gift box in a hurry but don’t know how to design one or can’t find one in your style? Worry no more because with this set you will always have access to the perfect gift box for your handmade gift!

Gift Box Collection Preview Image

What’s Included?

This set includes seven different basic box types.

– Round
– Triangular
– Cube
– Pentagon – Five Sided
– Hexagon – Six Sided
– Heptagon – Seven Sided
– Octagon – Eight Sided


Each gift box shape comprises of a base and a lid.

Easy To Assemble. Each box part (base & lid) cuts out as one simple fold and stick shape, even the score lines are included!

Resizable. The boxes have been designed at a standard size of approx 5cm wide by 5cm high. You can of course increased the size with your cutting machine.

File Formats

Here is a quick guide to the file types included in this set

  • SVG – Scalable Vector Graphics. This is an image file type that can also be used by most home hobby cutting machines. Some machines will require the file to be converted in external software before it can be used for cutting.
  • DXF – A vector based file type that can be used be most home hobby cutting machines. In particular this file type can be used with the SILHOUETTE range of cutting machines in their free software. It can also be used in the majority of CAD software if you are super clever.
  • FCM – A cutting file type only compatible with the Brother Scan N Cut.

I hope that this clarifies the file types for you but if you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me before making your purchase.

How To Get The Files

If you would like to get this set of cutting files, please head over to Digital Craft Emporium now and pop them in your basket.

Anyway, more to do as there is no rest for the wicked.

Thank you for stopping by. I’ll catch up with you again soon.

J :)

3 responses to New Cutting File Set – Gift Box Collection – Includes SVG, DXF and FCM File Formats

    Barbara O'Connor July 15, 2016 at 8:57 am

    Hi John
    Box Die looks easy, but I don’t understand how you can make it bigger on a cutting machine. I have a manual
    and an electric but nothing fancy like the Todo



    Consider it shared x


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