I have a friend who has gotten hooked on Smashburgers. She lives in Tennessee and comes to the Denver area once or twice a year. She has been known to dine at Smashburger 4 times in a week. Last week she was in town to help promote the products she represents that we sell at our store. When I saw the hamburger box card in the SVG Cuts Sunday with Dad collection I knew it would be a perfect Thank You card for her.
Since she is allergic to dairy products I left off the cheese.
Various card stocks
Chalk for shading
White gel pen for sesame seeds
Machine Used: KNK Force
Blade Used for cardstock: Red cap blade, Passes 1 or 2 depending on thickness of cardstock, Blade Tension – 2, Starting Depth – 65, Ending Depth – 65, 70, or 75 depending on the thickness of the cardstock, Cutting Speed – 25
Blade Used for Vinyl: Red cap blade, Passes 1, without mat, Blade Tension -1, Cutting Depth – 25, Cutting Speed – 15
I chose to do the scoring by hand rather than having it done by the Force because I am very new to using the Force. I will practice using the dual tool feature for my next project that uses cutting and scoring.
The file cut very well and was easy to assemble. I did open the SVG files in Make the Cut and re-export them to position them where I wanted them on the mat.
I have been intrigued by the box cards since I first saw them and now that I have made one I realize that they are not at all difficult to cut and assemble. Here is a view of the card from the top.
The back of the card includes a space where you can put a message.
The file from SVG Cuts includes an envelope that is large enough to accommodate the size of the card when folded.
BTW, my friend loved her card.