The Tag Storage Box is made for Graphic 45 Regular Size Tags which measure 3 7/8 x 5 3/4″.  The full storage box measure 5 x 6 1/2″ so there is room for a bit larger tags as well.  My box holds 6 tags, but even with every tag pop doted and 3 dimensional I have plenty of room for more tags.  I used Graphic 45 World’s Fair 8 x 8″ pad and the 6 x 6″ pad.  Along with the stickers and stamp set to go with the collection. Tags are always fun to make so now here is a storage box to put them in.

The closure I used is Fabscrap Filigree Border Pull with Tim Holtz Elastic Band, but you can use other closures also. But Tim Holtz Hitch Fasteners would be perfect to go with the Elastic Band.  I might use that one next and do this project again when I get my hands on Graphic 45’s new paper collections.

I will have a written tutorial for the box in a couple of days, it will be posted on my blog and under the “Tutorial” tab.





Fiskar’s “Ticket” punch was used to make the small tickets for the lettering background.  The flowers are Spellbinders Blooms One.  You can see in the above picture the Border Pull and Elastic Band for the closure.





This tag uses Memory Box: Postage Strip for the border and for the stamped backgrounds.  I made a side loading pocket.


This tag uses the Fiskar’s Ticket Punch.

I made this tag a smaller version than the cover of the storage box with small changes like the stamped image and the word.  Super cute.

This tag uses the Spellbinders Card Creator A2 Bracket Border One die.


And like always I made a preview video of the entire project.
I love this project and think it is very useful for tag storage.  I will definitely be making another one.

Thank you for watching!

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  1. Hello Melissa! Thank you for sharing your Tag Box with us! I have subscribed to your You Tube channel also 🙂 Love the box and Im a G45 addict so make sit even better lol xx

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