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Wednesday, October 03, 2012

3D Hat Box Tutorial

Earlier this week Samantha introduced her new Hat Box cut file into her Silhouette store and today we are going to show you how to cut and assemble the box and lid!

We have a video below that will go through all of the steps, but we wanted to highlight the cutting steps below as well so that you can see the images at a larger scale.


After you download the Hat Box cut file, you will have to move the file around on the Silhouette mat to cut.  The next few photos will take you through that process.  First, you will begin by cutting the Hat Box bottom by moving top circle shape to the mat area as shown below:

Next you will need to move the two large side wall 
pieces to the mat area to cut. 

Then you will cut the remaining side wall piece as well as the lid sides by moving these pieces to the mat area:

To cut the top piece of the lid, move the bottom circle shape in the mat area.

Lastly, move the scallop pieces to the mat area and cut.

Once you have all the pieces cut, follow the instructions in the video below.

To purchase this cut file, click HERE.

If you have any questions please feel free to leave them in the comments below and we will respond as we are able!  And as always, we would love to see what you create so please link us up through the comments here or through our Facebook page!


  1. I just bought this yesterday...
    But waiting for my new cutting machine to come.. :0)

    Love that you've done a tutorial on it hun..

    gorgeous creations btw.


  2. Anonymous7:16 AM MDT

    Oh love this...thanks!

  3. What does it means the "Purchase SVG bundle" option enabled in Silhouette store? sorry, I'm new on this.


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