Memorydex box tutorial with free cut file

Hello friends, thanks so much for coming by. I’m sharing how to make my 5×6 inch Memorydex Box today with a free cut file so you can make one too!

I am forever inspired by cute ‘off-the-page-projects’ on Instagram. Some of my favourites are created by, Paige @PaigeTaylorEvans, Bea @BeaValint, Steffi @steffiried, Shara @sharacrane and Amber @bambidearr just to name a small but talented few. Visit these gals for endless eye candy !

I’ve been wanting to make something cute too, using a collection I barely dug into but it’s so so cute. It’s called Hey Hello by Jen Hadfield for Pebbles Inc. I toyed with a couple of ideas, but wanted something I could share with you too. Naturally, I gravitated to my Silhouette Cameo because I love working with cut files and designed a Memorydex Box. The cut file is free, just click this link to download the .studio3 file.

@KellyMadeIt A Memorydex Box


Note: If you don’t have a Silhouette, I have made SVG’s for these cut files and the bow, but I can’t load them into WordPress. If you leave your email in comments, I’m happy to email them to you.

Here’s the Memorydex Box I made for this tutorial 

@KellyMadeIt MD 1

@KellyMadeIt MD 2

Here’s my step by step tutorial to make one of your own! 

A preview of the first Card!

@KellyMadeIt Memorydex Card 1a

Come on back tomorrow for the first Memorydex Box Card – ‘Love You’, designed with a Paige Evans cut file. I’ll be sharing ten cards in total, one per week, all absolutely free. I’m excited, I hope you are too. 

Cheers from Kelly 💛🌸 

🌸 The small print 🌸

These cut files are for your Personal Use only and not to be distributed or resold as your own. Thank you so much.


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Lucky me, I have a dedicated craft room and currently on the Cut File Team for Paige Taylor Evans. I mostly enjoy making 12x12 layouts and Mini Albums. Thanks so much for coming by 💛

37 thoughts on “Memorydex box tutorial with free cut file

  1. This is so adorable! I keep looking at memorydex but haven’t ventured into them yet, but this pulls me in. I would loe the svg file. Thank you!

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    1. Hi Adele! Thank you so much for your visit and kind messages. It’s my pleasure to send the SVG’s along. I’m sending them in a ZIP File to be able to email a smaller file. Incase you aren’t familiar with them: drag the ZIP file from the email to your desktop and double click on it. This will give you a blue file folder. Double click the folder to open it and there will be all the SVG’s so far. Cheers my dear. Please let me know if you need help or have any questions 💛


  2. Thank you so much for this wonderful project. At your convenience, I would love the SVG file for the box, as the link doesn’t seem to be working for me. Thank you again for sharing your beautiful work!

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  3. I’m a Silhouette girl and would LOVE the file! How perfect is the timing of your project too! My two boxes I have made are full and I was getting ready to make a new box for my swapped Memorydex cards. Thank you for sharing this project and your creative talent!

    P.S. I would love to follow your blog, but I could not find a place on your site to sign up by email? Feel free to add my email address to your blog- if that is an option.

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    1. Hi Jill, thanks so so much for your visit and message! So sorry about the follow button and thanks for bringing to my attention. I had to contact WordPress support and they’re helping. Something went off the rails at some point and I hadn’t even noticed.

      I will add your email address for sure, what is it my dear?


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