Monday, July 7, 2014

Cricut Cartridge Storage - SVG File Available

Quite some time ago I made a post CRICUT CART STORAGE and included videos on how I stored my cartridges and handbooks. I have long given up a on the cartridge based system but I still think this was the best way I found to store all those carts and handbooks and it took up a lot less space and made it easy to find what cartridge I was looking to use. I have gotten some questions lately about the little cart box and if I have the file still available. I made the original file in Design Studio and then I did make a file to use with the Gypsy.

I know that the new Cricut Explore has a program where you can use SVG files and I am now sharing the file in SVG format *okie  hears the gasps from those who  know that okie hates converting files* because I truly believe this is an awesome way to store those pesky little cartridges.








This is an old picture from when I did the file in Design Studio so don't pay attention to all the lines.  To assemble fold on all the scored lines, which will be cut for you. You can just line it up and fold, no need for a bone folder *is that what it is called?* for this. Apply adhesive *I used my ATG gun* to the side flaps on the back side and then apply adhesive on the front side bigger flaps.

Fold the smaller side flaps up and then fold the larger flaps to the back of the box.

Oh and I did use a corner rounded just because I thought it looked better.

This file is made to cut 6 boxes at a time.


Download File Here: CRICUT CART BOX SVG

5 comments:

  1. Cute little box. I gave all my carts to my Mom as they are all loaded in Design Studio - so much more room for other crafting supplies now.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hi I love this idea. I don't have the svg or any other program to be able to use the cut file. I would like to know if you could email the directions and the sizes to me so I can do this. thanks in advance.
    my email is vickiebryn@yahoo.com Thanks again!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. No I can not email the directions and sizes. Ain't nobody got time for that.

      Delete
  3. Thank you so much!!! Time to finally organize all these cartridges!!!

    ReplyDelete