jeep gladiator box card assembly

Are there any other Jeep lovers out there? I grew up in a Jeep family. I remember spending many hot summer days at the mud races watching both my parents speed past flinging mud. A few years later we traded in mud races for trail rides. The trail rides were a lot more fun and family friendly.


My dad's birthday is coming up so I thought it would be fitting to make him a Jeep card. He and I have been drooling over the new Jeep Gladiator. It reminds me of the purple and orange Jeep Scrambler my dad used to drive. And of course, a Jeep always looks better when at least one wheel is off the ground! So I've outfitted this card with an extra pice to represent a rock climb.


Check out the video below for all the details. I cut this out using my trusty Silhouette Cameo 2. I tell you, it does get a little old switching the ratchet blade for cutting and scoring, but I love my machine. This video is just for assembly. There are some basic cutting instructions inside the file. Just be sure to attach or group all the score and cut lines prior to moving anything on the mat. The finished project comes in at about 8.125 inches long when laying flat. There is no need to resize the work, everything is the correct size and ready to be cut on 8.5 x 11 inch cardstock.


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With Love,

Crafty Christie

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