Tent Camping Box by Annie

Tent Camping Box by Annie

Look at this fantastic Tent Camping Box!  The cooler even opens to store a small gift.  Click here to head on over to her blog.

Tent Camping Box by Annie

\Tent Camping Box by Annie

Tent Camping Box by Annie

Annie Collins, DT Member Simply Crafty SVGs
Annie’s Little Wings Creates Blog: https://littlewingscreates.blogspot.com/
Annie’s Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/anniec09
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Annie’s Pinterest:
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Vacation Time By Helle

Vacation Time By Helle

What a fun compilation of projects to kick off the start of summer, coming very soon! This is the free Treatmobile SVG file, the raft from the Pool Box SVG, and the Teardrop Trailer SVG. The colors and paper used are so perfect. Click here for more project details.

Vacation Time By Helle

Vacation Time By Helle

Vacation Time By Helle

Helle Bilde Müller, DT Member Simply Crafty SVGS
Helle’s My Creative Hideout Blog:
https://mycreativehideout.com
Helle’s Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/mycreativehideout/
Helle’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mycreativehideout/
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Helle’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/creativhideout

Halloween Teardrop Trailer

Halloween Teardrop Trailer

Today, I want to share this fun Halloween trailer  I designed using the Teardrop Trailer box.

Halloween Teardrop Trailer

Halloween Teardrop Trailer

Halloween Teardrop Trailer

I added the coffin “storage box”, which is a smaller version of the FREE Creepy Coffin box.  I embossed the vellum coffin panel using the an embossing folder from the Cuttlebug Happy Haunting Set.

Halloween Teardrop Trailer

I sprayed the skull and bones die cut with copper glimmer mist.

Halloween Teardrop Trailer

I intend to use it for my Halloween decor and as a lantern on Halloween night for all the kiddos!  Can you see the glow of the tealight?

Additional designs and products used:

  • Cricut Design Space images: Skull on the roof is from Creepy Critter,  Triangle banner from Celebrations, Trick or Treat image from Pumpkin Carvings was layered and flattened on top of the Sign from Camp Out to print and cut
  • Googly Monster Eyes from Dollar Tree
  • Copper Glimmer Mist
  • Linen Textured paper from older GCD Studios paper pack, Spooked
  • Cuttlebug embossing folder from Happy Haunting Set
  • Black vellum used behind eyes and white vellum paper on door window was colored with Ranger Distress Inks

Sandy

Tent Trailer Box Glamper by DT Kimberly Sisco

Tent Trailer Box Glamper by DT Kimberly Sisco

Simply Crafty SVGS Tent Trailer Box Project

Hello Everyone! It is my pleasure to share another Simply Crafty SVGS design team project with you. As you tell from all my post that I am a cardmaker but I was ready to step outside my comfort zone and tackle a 3D project. When I saw this Tent Trailer Box I knew this was the project for me and I wanted to make a little Glamper for my craft room.

The Tent Trailer Box measures 6″ wide x 4.5″ tall x 3.5 depth and the top comes off so you could make this a gift box. This came together rather quickly and was much easier to do then I anticipated because a step by step instructions are included. I used Cricut Design Space to cut my SVGS; you could also use a Brother Scan-n-Cut or a Silhouette. Here are some steps and techniques I used to bring my Glamper to life.

Bunk or Trailer Top
Trailer Bottom
Hitch

These are the bones of the project. I used American Craft cardstock because it is a nice strong cardstock. When you import your SVGS you have the option to use the dashed score lines or the solid score lines. I chose to used the dashed score lines (which are tiny dash cuts) because there is a lot of folding in this project and the dashed score lines make folding a dream. Remember in Cricut Design Space you will need to attach the lines to the images before cutting (tip of the day).

 

I love inking the edges on my images I use because it creates more depth and texture. Above you can see which inks I used. It is subtle but when you put it all together you will be able to tell the difference and your project won’t look flat.

Next I added the trim and screens all around the trailer top. And you be able to see the inking against the white.

After adding my screens and the door top I added the roof. I love this polka dot paper!

Then I added my tires, panels, door bottom, and hitch. I just love this mix of patterns.

Finally, I added the lanterns and curtains for a finishing touch along with a little flower bling. Thank you so much for stopping by and letting me share my design team project with you. If you have any questions, please, leave me a comment and I would love your thoughts on my Glamper.

Be sure to stop by Simply Crafty SVGS and check out the awesome projects you can make.

Happy Crafting!

Kimberly Michelle, DT Team Simply Crafty SVGs
Blog: https://kimberlymichelledesigns.blogspot.com/