I originally designed the box at 5 1/2 inches square, to fit the cards I'd made, but I've included a sizing chart below, which shows the width and height to cut the box and lid to make a range of box sizes. Remember, this is a square box, so the two shapes you cut should be square in proportion. For example, for a 3x3 box, the base should be 5.2 x 5.2 and the lid should be 4.77 x 4.77.
Note: Although I calculated these sizings I haven't tried cutting in all the sizes yet. I already knew that the 5.5 box cuts perfectly, so I then went on to make a sample cut of the 3x3 size, which also worked just fine. I figured that as the 3x3 was the smallest and most fiddly to assemble that would be the one that was most likely to go wrong, so I was relieved when it worked! :)
|Box size||Base w/h||Lid w/h|
|3 x 3||5.2||4.77|
|3.5 x 3.5||6.04||5.54|
|4 x 4||6.9||6.3|
|4.5 x 4.5||7.76||7.06|
|5 x 5||8.62||7.85|
|5.5 x 5.5||9.5||8.625|
|6 x 6||10.34||9.38|
|6.5 x 6.5||11.22||10.14|
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- An SVG version which can be imported into the Sure Cuts a Lot or Make the Cut program and then cut out on your Cricut.
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