Wednesday, 10 June 2020

Easy No Die 3D Shoes & Shoe Box


No die 3d shoe tutorial

Hi Everyone,
Thank you for stopping by my Blog today.  I have the most adorable project today! A really cute pair of shoes & a matching Shoe box gift box!! How cute!! 
If you are in my Facebook group, the other day a Lady posted a pair of Shoes like these ones. Lots of people loved them and i said i would do something similar. Its not my idea and the template i found online for free. You can find the link for it under my Youtube tutorial but i will also put it at the end of this blog post.

I came up with the matching Shoe Box myself. I thought it would be so cute & it just looks like a mini Pair of new shoes!  As the title states, no dies are needed, You just download the free shoe PDF, print it off then cut it out. Draw around it on the paper/card you want to use and then cut that out. Its really simple to do. 

No die 3D shoe card


I thought it would look really sweet to put the sentiment on the inside of the Shoe. The idea was to make it look like the size label you see inside the shoe. I just stamped mine onto 2 pieces of card measuring 1" x 2" & then used a Black Micron pen to draw some faux stitching around the outside.  I put a Bow on the front of the shoes. Its just a Bow die from Alincrafts that i have in my stash. You could also maybe put a Flower on the front. 

Below you can find the measurements for my Shoe Box in metric & Imperial. 

DIMENSIONS

2 PIECES OF CARD MEASURING 12 X 4" 

SCORE THE LONG SIDES @ 6 1/2" & 11 1/2"

SCORE THE SHORT SIDES @ 3 1/2"
OR
30.5 CM X 10.1 CM 
SCORE THE LONG SIDE @ 16.5 CM & 29.2 CM 
SCORE THE SHORT SIDE @ 8.9 CM 

2 PIECES MEASURING 6 1/2" X 5" ( CUT THEM JUST SLIGHTLY SMALLER THAN THE SIZE STATED) 

OR 
16.5 CM X 12.7 CM 

1 PIECE OF CARD FOR THE LID MEASURING 8 5/8" X 7 1/8" 
SCORE ALL 4 SIDES @ 1"
OR
21.9 CM X 18.1 CM 

SCORE ALL 4 SIDES @ 2.5 CM 

Thank you and i will be back again on Friday with another tutorial. 

Bye for now

Love Ann xxx


9 comments:

  1. Hello Ann,
    What a Nice shoebox
    I go make them to, thank you for the tutorial.
    Love from Corinne
    The Netherlands

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  2. I just printed the PDf for the shoe and the lining . . . thanks so much Ann!!! Will also do my box!

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  3. these are so cute! i will print mine out straight onto cardstock... tomorrow... sleepy now. Take care

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  4. So adorable! Thank you for sharing the PDF and the tutorial. So excited to make this today!

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