Fabric single box DIY kit - Colorway Arts

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Fabric single box DIY kit, cartonnage kit 104, pack of 2, FREE online instructions


Cartonnage is an amazing technique. Making your own fabric box is a great idea! It is so fun and it makes a unique handmade gift! You can make your own keepsake boxes, cases and much more out of paperboard, fabric and glue with this lovely craft!! And your pieces will be sturdy as wood, but made with your favorite fabric! This is a great beginner project! So easy and quick to make!

This DIY cartonnage Kit comes with all cardboard you need to make two single fabric boxes, as shown in the pictures. The pieces of paper (chipboard and poster board) are precut in the right sizes you need for this project. The finished box will be 3 3/4" x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4". The metal feet showed in the pictures is not included, it is a personal option. These boxes are great gifts! Can be used as a pencil box, sewing notions and for so many other purposes.

FREE online instructions in my FREE online course Joy of Cartonnage. In this online course you will also have basic cartonnage complementary content with videos. For making the box you will need this kit, two coordinating scraps of fabrics, glue, rotary cutter, cutting board, a small paint roller with tray, paint brush, scissor and masking tape. You can watch a video to see how to make this single box clicking here.


Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Becky Lorenzet
Tea Box

As always the kits are nicely put together. I wanted a slightly larger hinged box so I ordered the tea box. I made it without the separation. Turned out lovely

Sandra Carrigan

Always well done. Beautiful project,

Patti Neavin
Great first project

Love the DIY kits!

carol townsend
great product

always wonderful kits with everything as listed

Deb O
great kits, great hobby!

I am so happy to have found Claudia's YouTube site, which lead me to this great approach to box and journal making. Thank you!