Box Frames For Card Fronts

SVG Cutting File Set 71 and 72 – MORE One Piece Box Frames – Now Available!

I am pleased to announce two new SVG cutting file sets have just gone live in my Creative Fabrica store.

If you have a Brother Scan N Cut, Silhouette or Cricut cutting machine, then you may want to check this one out …

Following the popularity of the square box frame card fronts, I decided to create a similar set for both metric and imperial sized card fronts – and even more exciting is that I have included gatefold options for some sizes too!

As mentioned, the frames have been sized to fit common US (imperial sized) and UK (metric sized) cards.

For the “Imperial” pack I have included – 4″ x 6″, 5″ x 7″, US A2, US A2 Gatefold, US A6 and US A9.

For the “Metric” pack I have included – UK A7, UK A6, UK A6 Gatefold, UK A5, UK A5 Gatefold and UK DL.

Better still, each frame, or pair of frames as in the case of the gatefold option, can be cut from a single sheet of 12 x 12 cardstock!

When decorated they can be used as stand-alone home decor or attached to the front of a matching sizes greetings card to give your sentiment and embellishments more impact!

You can even pair them up and add a hinge to create shadow box frame cameos. How cute!

These box frames are created from just one single piece so there is no complicated multi-section assembly involved – just cut, fold and stick!

For those that may need a little more guidance, I have also included written instructions and an assembly video to show you how they come together.

These shadow box frames will be a great asset to your SVG cutting file collection!


Come And Get ‘Em!

Interested in nabbing either of these file sets and having a go for yourself? Great! (I assumed you said yes).

This set is available to buy from my store on the Creative Fabrica website. Just click on one of the big green buttony-things below – depending on your preference – and I will whisk you over there toot-suite!


FAQs

Do I need a Facebook account to use the Creative Fabrica site?
No.
Upon arrival at the site you may be shown a sign up or sign in screen. You do have the option to use your Facebook account details to register/log in however this is not compulsory. Just scroll further down the form for more options.

Do I need to sign up for a subscription or other offer in order to get this set?
No.
Upon arrival to the site you may be shown the most recent offer running. If you do not want to take that offer up, scroll to the bottom and click on “no thanks” and you can then buy this set on it’s own instead.


More SVG Cutting Files

This one not for you? No problem, you can find thousands more of my SVG cutting files in the Digital Craft Emporium archive on this blog or over in my store on the Creative Fabrica website.


Ok, that’s about it for this one.

If you have any questions or thoughts about the content of this post, please feel free to pop them in the comments section below. I look forward to hearing from you.

Many thanks for stopping by and hope to see you again soon!

Bye for now.

John.


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9 thoughts on “SVG Cutting File Set 71 and 72 – MORE One Piece Box Frames – Now Available!

  1. Thank you John another set I’ve just going to buy, the are so useful. Can I ask is there a way I can make them deeper.
    Or are you thinking of doing deeper ones
    Many thanks for your hard work.

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    • Some of the larger ones won’t fit on a 12×12 sheet if enlarged in any way. Some of the smaller ones might get away but it’s not easy to explain as there are minor tweaks that I made to this style of box frame to make the assembly easier so the lines on each side won’t match up. In short, if you know how, do. If not, I’d stick with the sizes they are.

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  2. Hi John. All purchased and ready to play, thank you! Now to set you a challenge! I hand cut a lot of boxes (Yes I know mad when I have a beautiful Brother machine!) but I use a lot of presentation A5 boxes for 3D cards, especially 3D Book Cards. Have you got any files that would accommodate a lid and base? Thank you x

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      • That exact thoguht was going through my mind too, but I would say the best size is the one that matches the Royal Mail size guide for a large letter, that is what I try to aim for with standard card making, but I can understand what you mean. But there is quite a big difference from the Large Letter size to Small Parcel size, in that gap, the world is your oyster! Thanks John.

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      • Still, I’m unsure anything that could be effectively cut with a home hobby cutting machine might not be appropriate for handling via actual mail so would the box fit inside a sturdier mailing type box? So many dilemmas.

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  3. Looks great John, I think I would give a hint to my daughter, Mothers Day is in May and I love this one and the previous square shadow box frames also.
    The squares are only in inches right?
    Thank you so much for designing and sharing, stay safe and have a wonderful evening,

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