3dcuts files can be used for sewing!

Kelly at svgsews.com uses svg files in her quilting and other fabric projects. She recently blogged about making an artsy placemat based on my Winterberry and Chickadee Shadow Box file.

What a beautiful combination of crafts! Kelly also posted a Youtube video about the process for creating this placemat here.

Here is my original design. You can see what wonderful variety can be added by mixing your own creativity and skill set.

Another use for my ladder file....

I really like the design of the step ladder I made for halloween. This week I took that file and added some new accessories for the changing season. Here it is, all decked out for Christmas.  

 3d Christmas Ladder centerpiece constructed from card stock. SVG,PDF, PNG, DXF cutting files available from 3dcuts.com. Designed by Marji Roy

You can make the various accessories and use them for different combinations. Here is another using just some of the included files.....

 3d Christmas Ladder centerpiece constructed from card stock. SVG,PDF, PNG, DXF cutting files available from 3dcuts.com. Designed by Marji Roy
  • Cutting files available here:
  • Tutorial available here.

I'd love to see what you create with these files. Send photos to marji@3dcuts.com

New Buildings for Tea Light Village

There is no doubt about it. One of the all time favorite designs of mine is the Tea Light Village. This is a great beginner level 3D project. It is also one that experienced crafts love to customize. And the display potential is endless. It has become a Christmas tradition for me to add new buildings to the growing Tea Light Village.  For 2016 I have designed a Dormer House, the Grange Meeting Hall, and the town Gazebo.

 

Tea Light Village by 3dcuts.com

All match the style and scale of the original tea light village buildings. You can purchased just the three new designs, or if you haven't tried these yet, there is a group purchase with great savings for the entire village.

  • Link here to see the assembly tutorial
  • Link here to purchase the files

Here is my display with all the buildings perched on birch logs.

Tea Light Village by 3dcuts.com

I would love it if you would share with me photos of your Tea Light village displays. I have started a page sharing these photos here.

Halloween Svg Files for 2016

Oh, I have been having fun with designs for Halloween this year. The following files have been made available over at the store.

Haunted Ladders - Decorating for Halloween

  • Cutting file available for purchase and download  for $1.99
  • Tutorial is online here.
 
 

As a companion project I also design the Haunted Casket which can be displayed either vertically or horizontally. Optional LED tea lights can be inserted inside to add an internal spooky glow.

Haunted Caskets - with LED Tea Light

  • Cutting file available here for purchase and download  for $1.99
  • Tutorial is online here.
 
 

I also create a series of spider web files to 12 x12 card stock. These are available for 99¢ here

I hope you have fun creating centerpieces and spooky mantle arrangements for your holiday decor. Please share any photos you have. I'd love to see your creations.  You can share them on Facebook, or pinterest or send them to me at marji@3dcuts.com.

Happy crafting everyone!

Work of Paul Kitching

It pleases me so to see fellow crafters that take my ideas and expand on them.  Paul Kitching sent me some photos of his application of my Loon Lake layered shadow box applied to wood.  What incredible patience he had to cut these fine details on a jig saw! Nicely done Paul.

 
 Photo and project by Paul Kitching

Photo and project by Paul Kitching

 

Here it is with the natural light shining through....

 
 Photo and project by Paul Ktching

Photo and project by Paul Ktching

 

Here are my versions of these same files but crafted in card stock using my Silhouette.

 Loon Lake SVG cutting file by Marji Roy of 3dcuts.com

3D Lantern Banner with LED Tea Lights

Just finished a 3D Lantern Banner designed to hold LED Tea Lights.  The design is flexible, works for any occasion and the letters can be removable so the lanterns can be re-used. What celebrations do you have coming up in your life?

The cutting files for the complete banner construction set including the lantern, plus all letters and numbers are available at my site here. And you can view the detailed tutorial here.

Make the lanterns once and use them for multiple occasions. The letters (and tops) can be changed. The back pivots open and an LED tea light can be placed inside to provide a flickering glow.

I made this version for my granddaughter.....

Zoe Lanterns by Marji Roy of 3dcuts.com - SVG cutting files

More Gears

I have always had the challenge of creating a 3D gear on my crafting to do list.  I collect gears of all shapes and sizes and I knew this would be an interesting addition plus a design challenge.  I have created cutting files for 2 different gears that do mesh together but more importantly, I have done it in a way that allowed me to also create a tutorial so others can make them also!

Check out my latest cutting files - Steampunk Gears

The larger gear stands about 8" tall and is 1.25" thick so it stands on its own. The smaller gear is about 6.5" tall.

The cutting files are available here.

The assembly tutorial can be viewed here.