Bee Hive by Annie

Bee Hive by Annie

This month, Annie designed this beautiful Bee Hive with these beautiful purple flowers.  Click here to head on over to her blog.

Bee Hive by Annie

Annie Collins, DT Member Simply Crafty SVGs
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Garden Gnome by DT Jana

Garden Gnome by DT Jana

I love all the different gnomes that have been designed by all the talented crafters out there with our 3D Gnome SVG design. This one is no exceptions. Here is Jana’s Garden Gnome Click here to read all about it on her blog.

Jana Forrest, DT Member Simply Crafty SVGs

Outhouse by DT Els Schutte

Outhouse by DT Els Schutte

This Wonderful Outhouse was created by our DT member Els!!  Use the Outhouse SVG File to make a fun and unique gift and box.  The outhouse door open to reveal an optional toilet bench insert with toilet lid and roll of toilet paper.  Use it any time. This would be a great box to make for an outdoors man, hunter or camper.

Happy crafting!

Else Schutte, DT Team Simply Crafty SVGs
Blog: http://www.elsschutte.blogspot.com/

Canadian Box and Lantern by DT Debs Smith

Hope everyone had a great weekend!!!  Can you believe next weekend Canada celebrates 150 years old.  Simply Crafty SVGs has these great boxes, Canada Day Box and Lantern and they are so easy to make   I embossed the leaves and added Inca gold to make it pop.  For  the candy box I used transparent plastic, you could also use Vellum,  that way when the candy is gone it can double as a lantern ( designed to be a lantern).  These will be a great addition for every Canada Day Party!

Canadian Box and Lantern

Canadian Box and Lantern

Have a great week creating!

Debs Smith, DT Coordinator Simply Crafty SVGs
Blog: http://dragonpassiondesigns.blogspot.ca/

Sewing Box using Vanity Case SVG by DT Deb Rauch

Sewing Box using Vanity Case SVG by DT Deb Rauch

Hi there!  I’m back today with my version of Simply Crafty SVGs Vintage Vanity Case.  When I saw the Vanity Case file, the first thing that popped into my head was a little sewing box.  I did made some modifications to this file to meet my needs.  The first thing I did was cut out the bottom pieces.  I knew I wanted the top to overlap the bottom so I enlarged the top pieces just a tinch.  For the inside tray, I decreased the top piece a small bit, but it actually took about 3 tries to get it right.  With trial and error, I got all the pieces cut, put together, and they fit like a glove!  It’s a good thing I have patience haha.



Now that I have all the pieces sized correctly, I wanted some color on the inside.  I sprayed the inside of all the pieces with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist in Turquoise Blue.  I just love using Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists as they give good coverage with a nice sparkly sheen.

Next up was the covering for the box.  I had chosen two different sheets of paper by 7 Gypsies.  On the bottom and the top side I used Gypsy Seamstress 12 x 12 Buttons.  For the very top of the box, I used a coordinating piece of 7 Gypsies paper, Gypsy Seamstress 12×12 Patterns.  I used my electronic cutter to cut out the top and bottom pieces, making sure to make the top piece a tiny bit larger so that it fits over top of the bottom.  This paper is very thick so you have to set it to Cardstock 120 lb. to get a good cut.

At this point, I felt like the cover pieces needed a little color and texture.  I got out my Dylusions Basic Background Stamps and chose the diamond stamp, and for color, I used Tattered Angels High Impact Turquoise Paint.  I used a small dauber and applied the paint to the stamp and just stamped randomly on the outside pieces of the box.


 
 

I then glued all the cover pieces onto the box.  For the pull-out tray, I cut the small pieces for the top and applied them inside the tray piece.  I also added a very heavy piece of chipboard to make a separation in the tray.  For the tabs to hold the tray in place, I used the same heavy chipboard, cut a small square, and folded it in half.  I glued one half to the side of the box. To make the tab stand up, I added quite a bit of hot glue underneath the “tab” portion that sticks out.

So that’s it!  I hope you like my version of Simply Crafty SVGs Vintage Vanity Box.

Thanks for stopping by!  See you next time!!

Deb, DT Member Simply Crafty SVGS
Blog: http://mytherapeuticcreativity.blogspot.com/

Vacation Countdown by DT Debs Smith

Vacation Countdown by DT Debs Smith

The other day I posted the Perpetual Calendar SVG Design and promised you a different spin on the file.  My family and I are heading to Walt Disney World in September so what a better way than having a countdown clock that can be used time and again.  You can make it to cater to your vacation.

I cut out two 2 inches circles for the ears  and used my silhouette Cameo and that Waltograph font for the writing and offset it .  Colours are of course Mickey mouse. I did have to make an extra block and cut out more numbers since the countdown started at 99 days.

Hope you enjoyed this as much as I did!

Debs Smith, DT Coordinator Simply Crafty SVGs
Blog: http://dragonpassiondesigns.blogspot.ca/