Check out this adaptation of the Love Truck Box Card. From box card to a layered version, the truck is perfect for your Valentine tiered tray decor.
Changing it up is easy and the sizing is perfect for the larger trays. Using a smaller tray? Just resize the file to an A2 size card before making any additional changes.
Remove the side tabs on the file pieces that have them, use foam tape for layers and the dimension will be similar to that of the box card. All edges have been inked and some dimensional glaze was used on the side mirrors and taillights. Don’t forget that the cutting file offers a blank banner that you can personalize using a sentiment of your choosing. Jan used the Foil Quill (standard tip) and black foil to draw the lettering. (TIP: Do not remove the mat from the cutting machine after foiling. Remove the foil and then proceed to your cutting machine’s settings for cutting.)
Add some Wink of Stella and some Dimensional Glaze for a little extra pizzazz. This one’s a keeper!
For additional details and inspiration you can visit Jan’s blog here.
AND Remember… It’s not too late to put together a keepsake, card or box for Feb 14. Sandy’s newest designs are fun and playful! Make one, two or all of them! All of the Valentine Files are on sale – 20% off – now through February 6, 2022!
When I think of a UPS truck, I certainly never thought of this. However, I think I like this Unlimited Paper Supply truck so much better, although some of my paper does come from the original UPS. Helle used the Delivery Truck SVG to make this miniature truck.
Isn’t this little version of the Flatbed Truck fun? It is made at 50% size, with lots of little moving boxes and chairs. This month, Helle had to relocate, so this was the inspiration for this creation. She used the 3D Vintage Flatbed Truck SVG and the FREE Moving Box SVG. She also added a little crate with fruit too!