Monday, October 15, 2012

Jin's Letter Stationery Gift Box {free download}


If you read my post on how I made the Letter Stationery Set, you may have wondered why I didn't include instructions on how to make the box. I had originally intended to put the file up as a free download but I didn't managed to finish adding all the different file formats so I published the post without it. I thought I was going to take some time before I could share the file but Hubby took the kids out on Sunday so I could finish it. Yay! Thank you, Hubby!



The link to the download can be found at the end of this post. Clicking on it will bring you to my SkyDrive. To start the download, just right-click on the file and select Download. After you have downloaded the file, please unzip it and you will find the cutting files in .mtc, .studio, and .svg formats. As always, I recommend that you use the file format for the program that you intend to use. For example, if you are using MTC to cut, please use the .mtc file, or if you are using Silhouette Studio, please use the included .studio file. This is because each file is optimized for the program and you will get the best results by using the appropriate file format.

The SVG format was included for those of you who do not use MTC or Silhouette Studio. If you prefer to use the SVG with MTC, please remember to import at Actual and 72 DPI. If you do not use or have a cutting machine, I have also included the template in the form of a printable PDF file.  


The box is made up of a bottom and a lid and the completed box will measure approximately 5.25" x 7.25". It was made to fit the homemade letter stationery set that I had shown last Friday but it can also be used as a gift box.

This file is FOR PERSONAL USE only. Please do not sell the file or claim it as your own. Feel free to tell your friends about this freebie but please link back to this page instead of sharing the link to the download.

Click HERE for your free Letter Stationery Gift Box.

Enjoy and You're Welcome. :-)




35 comments :

  1. Oh my goodness...this is adorable! thanks for sharing...I just unboxed my Cameo yesterday:)

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  2. Thanks SO much for sharing. I was in awe of your stationary set and I can't wait to make one for my mother in law. I always loved getting her hand written notes when I was in college.

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  3. Thanks so much for the free file. I have learned sooo much from you on this blog and want you to know how much I appreciate it!!
    Irene

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  4. You are AMAZING!!! You have helped me so much during my short time with my Cameo. You are very inspiring and so thoughtful. Thank you for the file. I can't wait to play!!

    Hugs,
    Tanya

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  5. Thanks Jin

    This is a wonderful freebie and will come in handy for the upcoming holidays!

    As always your willingness to share your creativity is greatly appreciated.

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  6. Shazam!!! Ü

    You are so truly gifted and so generous to share your wonderful treats with us! You are a beautiful example of true kindness Jin. {hope that didn't sound too mushy! LOL...Okay, yeah, mushy but true!}

    Have a super week!
    Hugs...Kathy :)

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  7. You are so kind to share your beautiful box files. I Love it and can't wait to make them for my friends and family. Thanks so much for sharing your creations, you are so talented. I will post a link and picture on my blog. I look forward to receiving your updates. Hugs!

    http://cardsbygeyda.blogspot.com/

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  8. Thank you for sharing! What type of paper do you recommend for making these? Is regular card stock thick enough?

    -Heather

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    1. Regular cardstock worked well for me, Heather, but I really like to use the 2-sided patterned cardstock to make these. :-)

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  9. Thank you so much! Very pretty!

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  10. awesome-thank you! I am still thinking about sloooowly making a set of stationery for dd's dance teacher. Maybe I can stretch it out until Christmas.

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  11. Thank you so much for your generousity. Have downloaded. x

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  12. Thank U Jin for sharing the file. I can use it for cards with big flowers on them. Love your work and you are and inspiration to me.

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  13. Perfect....just in time for the holidays. Thanks for sharing so generously!

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  14. Amazing! Thank you! I am off to buy the bundle now. This is just too cute!

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  15. Thank you agian for your generousity!!

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  16. Thank you, Jin! All your work is so beautiful and you are so generous. :)
    -Erin

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  17. Thanks so much Jin, and thanks to your hubby too! Now if only I could get my hubby to take my kids away for a day!

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  18. Jin, thanks so much for sharing, I love this box!

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  19. Thank you. Such a useful file.

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  20. Thank you so much Jin, I love it!

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  21. Thanks Jin, you are the best ever!

    Hugs,

    Carmen L

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  22. Thank you so much for the cute box, Jin!!! :)

    Crafty hugs,

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

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  23. Jin, thank you so much for sharing!!! I loved it!

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  24. Is the paper that you used for the ones you made above from a LD paper pack? Can you remember which paper set you used?
    Thanks so much for sharing - love your blog!

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  25. Thank You for all your freebies....love them all :)

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  26. Thank you for the freebie!! I want to come back and try to make the stationary set my self...I LOVE this!!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    ♥ Crafting With Creative M ♥(my blog)
    ♥ 2 Creative Chicks Challenges ♥
    ♥ Silhouette Challenges ♥

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  27. thank you ... just what i was looking for today <3

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  28. thank you, thank you, thank you!!! all of your tutorials have been so helpful!

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