DIY Pattern Box Tags with Cricut Maker

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

This is the companion blog to my DIY video on the same project. Watch that video below and then scroll down for all the details.

Ready to make your own Pattern Box Tags? Gather your materials, cut your fabric and iron-on, and access the design with the links below! Be sure to share your tags with me! I’m @insidethehem everywhere. Can’t wait to see them in the wild!

Access the design here:

Project Materials:

Cricut Iron-On in Metallic Gold
Cricut Iron-On in Black
Canvas Fabric for front
Canvas Fabric for back
Cricut 12×24 Fabric mat
Cricut 12×12 Standard mat
Cricut Maker
Cricut Easy Press (optional)

Cutting info:

12″x6″ of Metallic Gold Iron-On
7″x20″ of front fabric
5″x19″ of Black Iron-On
7″x20″ of back fabric
7″x20″ of interfacing

About the boxes:

They were purchased from Office Depot about 4 years ago. I’ve searched high and low and can not find them for purchase online. I have reached out to a couple of other manufacturers about similar-sized boxes and will update this post if I have more information.

UPDATE: U-LINE has an unlidded box that is similar in width and depth and just a couple of inches taller. You can take a look, here.

They also have a “Magazine Storage” box with a lid that is just a little bit larger all around than mine. You can look at those, here. Maybe you can cut the height down a bit?

I even went so far as to ask them to please make these boxes seeing how popular they would be among all of you. She “forwarded it for consideration” so we will see. 🙂

If you want to find something similar yourself, the dimensions of the assembled box are approximately 10.5 (h) x 7.5 (w) x 12 (d).

In the mean time, I recommend physically going to your local Office Depot and asking them about the [IN]Line Hanging File Storage Box. Maybe they are sold in-store only or maybe they could order them for you.

Let me know if you have any other questions about this project. I’ll add popular ones to this post!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

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