NO Sew EASY Fabric Covered Boxes!

Hi everyone πŸ™‚

Today i have a tutorial on something i have never done before! Fabric covered boxes. I have always wanted to try it but to be honest i thought it would be really complicated etc. The great thing is its not complicated at all! I really enjoyed making these boxes and if you enjoyed the tutorial I am more than happy to do more of these videos πŸ™‚

These boxes look so professional and I am pretty sure they would be pretty expensive to buy in a store. All you need is some fabric, masking tape, PVA glue and some kraft tape. Bare in mind that this not a ‘quick’ projects as you will have to allow your box to dry overnight with something heavy on the top.

Please also check out a brilliant website called http://www.colourwayarts.com. I have also linked it under my Youtube video. This is where i learnt most of my techniques from and also where i bought the corner miter tool from.

Below you can find the measurements for the large and small box and also the link to my YouTube video.

DIMENSIONS

CHIPBOARD FOR THE LARGE BOX

1 X 4″ X 8″

2 X 4″ X 2″

2 X 2″ X 8″

LID

2 X 4″ 8 1/4″

1 X 2″ X 8 1/4″

CARD STOCK FOR THE FRONT

1 X 8″ X 2″

2 X 2″ X 4″

MEASUREMENTS FOR THE SMALLER BOX

CHIPBOARD FOR THE BASE 1 X 4″ X 6″

2 X 6″ X 2″

2 X 4″ X 2″

CHIPBOARD FOR THE LID

2 X 6 1/4″ X 4″

1 X 2″ X 6 1/4″

CARD STOCK FOR THE FRONT 1 X 6″ X 2″

2 X 2″ X 4″

Thank you and i will be back again soon

Love Ann

Published by Ann Melvin

My name is Ann and i am a total craft addict! I am a freelance demonstrator for Sizzix, demonstrating there fantastic products on create and craft TV. I have a YouTube channel which i upload to weekly.

One thought on “NO Sew EASY Fabric Covered Boxes!

  1. Lovely box Ann. Easy enough to make. It’s just the drying time that’s all. But you end up with a beautiful box to put jewelry in or dies or stamps or whatever suits your fancy. Be safe & TYFS

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