Thursday, June 19, 2014

Tiny 3D Camper Tutorial

When I first saw Deena Rutter's cutting files for the Scenic Route line, I knew that I wanted to turn this little camper into a 3D project.


So I've been planning this little project for a few months now.  And although I love my silhouette machine dearly, it has been a while since I last used it.  So when I sat down to create this little cutie last week, I could not find the power cord for my Silhouette.  So after a bit of tears and screaming, I pulled it together and decided to create a tutorial without a cutting machine - GASP!  I know, just a bit revolutionary in today's world right?  So how to do this without a cutting machine???  Well, it's not as difficult as you might think.  You do need a good pair of scissors though...

SUPPLIES 

- I used Deena's Scenic Route Cutting Files Vol. 1, and the Every Little Bit Daydream Paper Pack

- Adhesive - Tombo Tape and Sookwang Sticky Tape - make sure you use a strong tape

- Card Stock - Black, Grey, and Vanilla

- White printer paper

- Craft Scissors,

- Paper Cutter

- Ruler

- Pencil

DIRECTIONS:

1. So the first thing I did was to take the jpeg files of this cute little camping trailer, and put them in photoshop to create a photo like below, and then I printed it out on white paper.



 2.  The rest of the directions are printed right on the photos below.

















































































4 comments:

Anonymous said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE!

Leslie Germain said...

This is adorable!!!

AVENA NUEZ said...


Gracias por compartir

mypaperrosegarden said...

We had a camper like this(a Shasta in 1960s...it was light blue and white). Love, love, love this...definitely will try this over the winter...thank you for making my day!