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…
Step 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.
Step 2. The rest of the directions are printed right on the photos below.
And here’s the finished product!
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