Are you a camping lover? You will love this adorable camping trailer box!
Assembled Size: Approx. 5 x 2.5 x 3.5
File Format: TIFF (for photo editing program), PDF, & SVG (for electronic cutter)
NOTE: This contains digital files only. NO physical products are included.
– Paper size: 11 x 8.5
– Printer setting: NO SCALING
– Paper recommendation: Medium weight cardstock
– Adhesive recommendation: Double-sided sticky tapes and liquid glue
Tip for SVG file:
– After cutting the file using your digital die cutter, use the tick marks to score before foding.
Tip for TIFF file:
– Use clipping masks to add digital papers and elements by adding the papers/elements above the mask layer and “Create Clipping Mask”.
BOX ASSEMBLY – BODY
Use either “A” or “B” piece for the lid. “C” piece is an optional part when using lid “A”.
Score on dotted lines with a stylus for easier folding.
Here is the cut body piece.
You can glue one side first, but I prefer to glue little bit of both sides together.
If you are using liquid glue or glue stick, hold it a while until glue dries.
Attach the side all the way to finish the body.
BOX ASSEMBLY – LID “A”
Here, using lid “A”.
Apply glue to star section.
Attach the lid on the inside of body top.
Tuck the “top flap” under the lid.
You can glue the side of the “bottom flap” to the trailer body. And tuck the lid inside to close the box.
You can also use “C” piece for snug fit.
You can either attach the “C” piece outside of the “bottom flap”.
Or, attach the “C” piece inside of the “bottom flap”
Lid open. Feel free to stuff the box with the goodies =)
Camping Trailer Box body completed with the lid “A”.
BOX ASSEMBLY – LID “B”
Attach the lid “B” piece to the body.
Here, I used magnetic discs. You can also use velcro dots.
Adhere it to the end of the “B” piece.
Add the another magnetic disc to the bottom of the inside body.
Wrap the lid “B” around the body to close the box.
ASSEMBLY – ATTACHMENT
Print it on different color cardstock papers. Mix and match the different pieces.
Circles can be cut with 1/2” and 1” circle punches.
“Bottom” piece goes under the Camping Trailer body. Half circles with dotted lines are to be folded to add wheels.
“Anchor” piece is used to level the Camping Trailer.
Attach the “Bottom” piece to the Capming Trailer.
“Oops!” I attached it in the wrong direction and had to peel it off.
Rounder side of the Camping Trailer is the front where coupling link goes.
Pierce the center of the assembled circles (wheels) if you want to use brads to secure the wheels to the “Bottom” piece.
ASSEMBLY – DECORATION
Camping Trailer box with the wheels and anchor added.
You can also use buttons or chipboard circles as wheels.
You can just use the doors. Or add top portions for decoration.
Assemble it the way you like.
Now, you have the basic box assembled.
Feel free to decorate them with your own embellishments!
After finishing with the basic box, add Awnings pieces.
Score and cut both windows and awnings pieces.
Fold and adhere the awning to the back of window piece.
Attach it to the trailer.