3D Football Helmet Box – SVG File
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Use the Football Helmet SVG File to make a customized 3D Football Helmet decoration for your next football event! Great addition to a Super Bowl or Playoff get-together. The middle pulls out to reveal a small box. This could be used to hold a small gift or without a box as a football decoration only. Customize the helmet with your favorite team's logo.
Finished helmet size is 6” x 5.1” x 3”. Helmet requires (2) 12" x 12" cardstock sheets to cut out. Box and guard pieces can be cut using a letter-size or large cardstock. With the exception of the top stripe panels, smaller paper can be used for rest of the elements.
- American Crafts (AC) Textured Cardstock 12 x 12 inch (Piecing Paradise: bit.ly/ppaccard)
(Stone for helmet, Denim for box/stripe/star,White for the guard pieces/star)
- Bazzill Textured Cardstock (Crimson) for the star embellishment (Piecing Paradise: bit.ly/ppaccard)
- Art Glitter Glue Bundle (Piecing Paradise:bit.ly/ppartglitter Amazon: https://amzn.to/2TlGWxc)
- Scotch Foam Mounting Tape, 1/2-inch https://amzn.to/2EWiflD
After order completion, you will be granted access to download the SVG file in ZIP format. The PDF file is included as a reference. See video for assembly. File includes SVGs with solid scorelines for compatible die cutting machines with scoring capability (i.e. Cricut).
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SVG files are compatible with with Cricut∗, Silhouette (Studio Designer Edition), Brother ScanNCut, Sure Cuts a Lot (SCAL) and many other cutting machines.
NO PHYSICAL PRODUCT WILL BE SHIPPED
*SVGs are not designed to be used with the Cricut Joy or similar smaller format cutting machines.
This helmet is so creative and adaptable to any team! I loved the video. Thank you!
Thank you so very much!
I Love this helmet amazing for football season I made 2 for my home decor thank you sooo much
Carolyn Perry –
As with above review I loaded the file and cut not realizing score lines needed to be pulled into file then attached. A simple statement in the description when purchasing would be helpful. Luckily I didn’t waste the only paper I had, I just had to hand score everything which was very difficult and time consuming for me. I’ve purchased files from others that did cuts and scores with no added work. Not sure if you could have downloads to choose for machine so wouldn’t have so much extra work. Not everyone is able to manipulate files easily that is why many purchase premade designs.
My helmet did turn out cute so I thank you for the design.
Thanks for the feedback and sorry to hear about the issues. This is one reason I provide over 100 freebies…so many can try our files before buying. Unfortunately, all machines are different. This is the reason I have specific help pages for machines, like Cricut and Silhouette. Per your comments, I can see that Cricut is the machine you are using, as Cricut is ONLY die cutting software that requires additional steps solid scorelines. Many other crafters use ScanNCut, Silhouette and other die cutters which do not require additional steps to “attach” scorelines (Cricut terminology only). I will consider adding comment at the end of every description . With 500+ designs, this may take some time.
I have made a ton of changes for Cricut users to easily use my files. I had to redesign hundreds of my SVG files due to 2 major Cricut software changes over the year and I have updated about 80% of my files with a complete file to easily upload our files into Cricut Design Space. I also provide the solid scorelines for Cricut users. As far as attaching, Cricut is the ONLY die cutting machine that requires that step. It has been a challenge designing with all machines in mind, especially Cricut. There is no way to create solid scorelines in Cricut that are pre-attached. I can create dashed lines, but most Cricut users want to use their score tools these days, thus I have to create the scorelines on a different layer. Since it is on another layer, it has to be attached to score in the right place. Other designers that provide dashed scorelines without additional steps will not have the flexibility to use the score tool/wheel. I understand the frustration, we all us designers to the best we can within the Cricut guidelines. Lastly, I am always just an email away to help!
Susan Thomas –
I wasted 2 12×12 sheets of cardstock because this svg has everything marked”cut” lines and no “score” lines! EVERYTHING cut! smh so just a warning you have to alter cut lines into scoring lines. Thankfully I had ordered a couple extra sheets or I wouldn’t have had enough to complete my project. The project was easy to assemble and looks very nice.
Thank you for your review. I am sorry to hear this. The solid scorelines are for those with machines that have a scoring function or tool, like the Cricut. They will cut if not modified to score on any machine. We started providing them for those with score tools. There is no automated way for any software to know they are scorelines unless you specify. There are files with the traditional dashed scorelines should you want to cut them. This is documented on our help pages for the most popular machines.