Print and Cut Birthday Candy Box

 

Print and Cut Birthday Candy Box, Omayra Duarte

This is a Print and Cut Birthday Candy Box that I made for the first birthday of my cousin son. This box is matching his decoration, which it was about airplanes.

Inside the box, there is plenty of room to put candies, goodies, mini toys, all other things to use as party favors.

Materials to make the Print and Cut Birthday Candy Box:

Settings KNK Force:

  • Blade = Red
  • BT = 1
  • P= 1
  • CD = 80
  • US = 25
  • CS= 25
  • PS = 40
  • LS = 40

Instructions:

  1. I choose a box and an airplane file from MTC and Imported it to SCAL to weld and finish the Box. I imported the files to SCAL so I could cut the file directly to the machine.
  2. Once I had the files imported to SCAL and it was welded, I wrote the number one  (1st )and the child’s name.
  3. After being happy with the results, I printed the file in a regular white cardstock. And then made the cut using my KNK Force.

Card # 3

I love the dashing reindeer. This was another silhouette that I traced. I cute some reindeer from paper and some from glittered vinyl. I like the 3 D of the paper but hate gluing the scroll antlers, the glitter vinyl was a much better choice. Here is the file leaping deer 11 2018   

leaping deer svg

PS  We have less than a moth until Christmas!

Materials

paper

vinyl

clear transfer tape

Settings

15″ KNK Maxx

red capped blade

Speed 400

Force 34

Card #2

Here is my second card. It is a simple gate fold card.

merry and bright gatefold 2

I had some cute buffalo plaid paper and used that to make the card. It was then simply cutting the vinyl and applying it to the card.

Materials

paper

vinyl

clear transfer tape

Settings

15″ KNK Maxx

red capped blade

Speed 400

Force 34

Thanksgiving is tomorrow…

And that means it is almost  time to get Christmas cards into the mail…I know, it seldom works like that.

I LOVE making cards!  I send out about 100 Christmas cards, crazy but I love it!

So for the next few days I will share some quick and easy cards I made along with the files.

I saw this on Pintrest and knew I had to make it!  I Googled 3 wise men silhouettes and found one that I liked. I imported it into KNK Studio, scanned it and vectorized it so it was a cut file. I then sized it to fit the card. I also found a star that I liked and did the same. I cut both from vinyl. I used a paper cutter to cut the blue paper and the brown was a cheap paper bag that I hand tore. I chalked the edges. The stars are just dots from a white paint pen. Here is the file 3 wisemen card 11 2018

Materials

paper

vinyl

Settings

15″ KNK Maxx

red capped blade

Force 34

Speed 400

 

 

 

 

 

Oh what fun…

This plaque was so easy to make and such fun. I got the idea from another site and found out that the metal half trucks could be purchased from Hobby Lobby. They have saw tooth picture hangers on the back making it easy to attach them to the wood.

I had a piece of wood that was 12×18 and it was stained barn wood gray. Living in Wisconsin I like to go into the winter months with a bunch of wood pre stained and ready to go. I hate the smell of stain indoors. I then just typed the words, I think I used Magnolia sky for the font. I welded the words and then resized them accordingly. I cut them from vinyl using my 15″ KNK Maxx. Then I simply applied them to the wood using clear transfer tape. I put 2 screws into the wood to hold the truck and it was good to go. So cute, so simple!

Materials

wood

stain

truck

vinyl

clear transfer tape

Settings

15″ Maxx

red capped blade

Speed 400

Force 34