Wednesday, October 9, 2019

White Long Hair Cat Handle Basket


White Long Hair Cat Handle Basket- JMRush 
Approximate Box size: H 2.25” X W 3” X D 2.25”
Approximate Design size: W 4.5” X H 5.5” including handle

This cute basket design is a perfect container for treats for your favorite feline, a small gift for your veterinarian, or a party favor. This design is compatible with both 8X12 and 12X12 mats.


You can purchase the Silhouette design file here: https://www.silhouettedesignstore.com/artists/485222

You can purchase the SVG and Cricut compatible file here: https://www.jamieandjenn.com  

  1. Cut design pieces. ( I used double sided card stock and glitter card stock of the eyes) (There are two pink noses in this file that is not shown in the tutorial and I adjusted the tail to be larger)
  2. Glue the face piece with openings and a chin to the coordinating black solid cat face. I used a marker to color the outside edges of both large blue eyes. Glue them to the openings in the combined cat face. Glue the smaller solid paws and feet to the larger solid feet and paws.
  3. Glue the fury bottom piece to the coordinating shape on the lower section of the basket base. Glue the other fury chest/head piece to the coordinating shape on the upper section of the basket base.
  4. Glue the combined cat face to the cat face/chest piece. Glue the inner ears to the coordinating shape on the combined cat face. Using foam adhesive squares, attach the smaller tail to the coordinating shape on the larger tail. Glue the small oval white pieces to the cording shapes on the cat’s eyes.
  5. Attach the smallest cat head (with cut outs) to the combined cat face using foam adhesive squares. Glue the nose into place.
  6. Glue the combined cat to the coordinating shape on the basket. Use foam adhesive squares to attach the front paws to the top section of the basket and the back feet and tail to the bottom section.
  7. I used enamel dots to accentuate the eyes.
  8. Flip the combined basket over. Fold the basket base at the score lines.
  9. Apply glue to the top two tabs on the basket base and secure to the Cat shape above.
  10. Apply glue to the bottom two tabs on the basket base and secure to the rounded shape above creating a box.
  11. Image of box completed.
  12. Insert the handle on either side of the basket.
  13. I added a ribbon.
  14. Use three small lengths of thread and apply hot glue to one of the groups of ends. Attach the nose. Repeat for the other side:)
  15. Image of the whiskers glued.
  16. Hot glue the second pink nose on top of the whiskers:)




Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Black Cat Handle Basket


Black Cat Handle Basket- JMRush 
Approximate Box size: H 2.50” X W 3” X D 2.50”
Approximate Design size: W 4.5” X H 5.5” including handle

This cute basket design is a perfect container for treats for your favorite feline, a small gift for your veterinarian, or a Halloween party favor. This design is compatible with both 8X12 and 12X12 mats. 


You can purchase the Silhouette design file here: https://www.silhouettedesignstore.com/artists/485222

You can purchase the SVG and Cricut compatible file here: https://www.jamieandjenn.com  



  1. Cut design pieces. ( I used double sided card stock and glitter card stock of the eyes) 
  2. Glue the fury bottom piece to the coordinating shape on the lower section of the basket base. Glue the other fury chest/head piece to the coordinating shape on the upper section of the basket base. I used a marker to color the outside edges of both large yellow eyes.
  3. Glue the yellow eyes to the coordinating shape on the combined basket. Glue the smaller solid paws and feet to the larger solid feet and paws.
  4. Attach the cat head ( black with cut outs) to the combined basket using foam adhesive squares.
  5. Use a small piece of foam adhesive square to attach the nose. ( Hint- I use a black sharpie to color the edges of the white foam adhesive square so it’s not so noticeable:) Use foam adhesive squares to attach the front paws to the top section of the basket and the back feet and tail to the bottom section.
  6. Flip the combined basket over. Fold the basket base at the score lines.
  7. Apply glue to the top two tabs on the basket base and secure to the rounded shape above.
  8. Apply glue to the bottom two tabs on the basket base and secure to the head shape above creating a box.
  9. Insert the handle on either side of the basket.
  10. Use three small lengths of thread and apply hot glue to one of the groups of ends. Attach underneath the nose. Repeat for the other side:)
  11. I used enamel dots to accentuate the eyes and added a ribbon:)

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Yellow Cat Handle Basket



Yellow Cat Handle Basket- JMRush 
Approximate Box size: H 2.50” X W 3” X D 2.50”
Approximate Design size: W 3.75” X H 5.5” including handle

This cute basket design is a perfect container for treats for your favorite feline or a small gift for your veterinarian. This design is compatible with both 8X12 and 12X12 mats.


You can purchase the Silhouette design file here: https://www.silhouettedesignstore.com/artists/485222


You can purchase the SVG and Cricut compatible file here: https://www.jamieandjenn.com 

  1. Cut design pieces. ( I used double sided card stock) 
  2. Glue the fury bottom piece to the coordinating shape on the lower section of the basket base. Glue the other fury chest piece to the coordinating shape on the upper section of the basket base. Glue the cat head shape with cut outs to the solid black cat head shape. Glue the smaller solid paws and feet to the larger solid feet and paws.
  3. Glue the small rounded muzzle pieces to the muzzle base ( that has a coordinating shape plus a long vertical line). Glue the small triangular face markings to either side of the combined cat head. Glue the inner ear pieces to the combined cat head. Glue the collar and collar tag to the combined cat head. Glue the feet pieces that  have cutouts to the combined feet.
  4. Glue the combined muzzle piece to the combined cat head. Use a small piece of foam adhesive square to attach the nose.
  5. Use foam adhesive squares to attach the combined head to the coordinating shape on the basket base. use foam adhesive squares to attach the front paws to the basket.
  6. Flip the combined basket over. Fold the basket base at the score lines. Apply glue to the top two tabs on the basket base and secure to the rounded shape above.
  7. Apply glue to the bottom two tabs on the basket base and secure to the head shape above creating a box.
  8. Use foam adhesive squares to attach the feet and the tail to the back of the basket.
  9. Insert the handle on either side of the basket.
  10. I used enamel dots to accentuate the eyes and added a ribbon.
  11. Use three small lengths of thread and apply hot glue to one of the groups of ends. Attach underneath the nose. Repeat for the other side:)


Frankenstein Handle Basket


Frankenstein Handle Basket- JMRush 
Approximate Box size: H 2.50” X W 3” X D 2.50”
Approximate Design size: W 5” X H 5.5” including handle

This cute basket design is a perfect container for Halloween party favors. This design is compatible with both 8X12 and 12X12 mats.



You can purchase the Silhouette design file here: https://www.silhouettedesignstore.com/artists/485222

You can purchase the SVG and Cricut compatible file here: https://www.jamieandjenn.com




  1. Cut design pieces. ( I used double sided card stock) 
  2. Glue the rounded bottom (black) piece to the coordinating shape on the lower section of the basket base. Glue the eyes (white) to the coordinating eye shape (black).
  3. Attach the combined eye shapes to rectangle head shape with foam adhesive squares. Glue the scar, mouth, bow tie, and bolt shapes to the combined head shape.
  4. Attach the head to the coordinating shape on the upper section of the basket.
  5. Use a small piece of foam adhesive to attach the small silver bolt tops to the coordinating shape on the head.
  6. Flip the combined basket over. Fold the basket base at the score lines. Apply glue to the top two tabs on the basket base and secure to the rounded shape above.
  7. Apply glue to the bottom two tabs on the basket base and secure to the head shape above creating a box.
  8. Using foam adhesive squares, attach the hands to the front of the basket. I used a ribbon on top of the bow tie. I used enamel dots to accentuate the eyes.
  9. Use foam adhesive squares to attach the feet on the back of the basket.
  10. Insert the handle on either side of the basket:)

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Vampire Handle Basket


 Vampire Handle Basket- JMRush 
Approximate Box size: H 2.25” X W 3” X D 2.25”
Approximate Design size: W 6” X H 5.5” including handle

This cute Vampire basket design is a perfect container for Halloween party favors. This design is compatible with both 8X12 and 12X12 mats.

You can purchase the Silhouette design file here: https://www.silhouettedesignstore.com/artists/485222

You can purchase the SVG and Cricut compatible file here: https://www.jamieandjenn.com 


               
  1. Cut design pieces. ( I used double sided card stock) ( The red Bow tie piece is not shown in the beginning of this picture tutorial…sorry)
  2. Glue the face piece with cut outs to the solid face piece; aligning at the bottom. Using foam adhesive squares, attach the heels of the shoes to the coordinating shapes of the shoe bases.
  3. Glue the whites of the eyes and the fangs into place on the combined face.
  4. Glue the white curved cuffs to the top of the hands; aligning on the top edges.
  5. Using foam adhesive squares, attach the combined face and combined hands to the basket base. ( The head aligns with the top of the basket base). Glue the red bow tie under the head and in-between the hands; centering it.
  6. Flip the combined basket over. Fold the basket base at the score lines. Apply glue to the bottom two tabs on the basket base and secure to the Vampire shape below.
  7. Apply glue to the top two tabs on the basket base and secure to the rounded shape above creating a box.
  8. Using foam adhesive squares, attach the combined shoes to the rounded side of the basket.
  9. Insert the handle on either side of the basket.
  10. Finish by adding a ribbon for the bow tie and adding adhesive enamel dots to accentuate the eyes:)

Thursday, August 8, 2019

Tulip Garden Lantern



Tulip Garden Lantern (Flameless)-JMRush
Approximate Lantern size: W 3 x D 3 x H 7.25” (H 8.25” with Circular Hanger)

This Flameless lantern features a layered transparent frosted effect that is created when vellum paper is used. This design is compatible with both 8X12 and 12X12 mats.

You can purchase the Silhouette design file here: https://www.silhouettedesignstore.com/artists/485222

You can purchase the SVG and Cricut compatible file here: https://www.jamieandjenn.com  Coming Soon:)


1.Cut design pieces. ( I used double sided card stock and vellum paper)
2. Glue the full flower petal shapes (12) to the flower bases (12).
3. Using pieces of foam adhesive squares, attach the single flower petals to the center of each of the combined flower pieces. Use a foam adhesive square to attach the smaller sun silhouette to the larger one.
4. Use a foam adhesive square to attach the circular sun shape to the combined sun.
5. Flip the lantern bodies over as shown. Fold the vertical score line in between the two lantern bodies. Center the two lantern body pieces. Apply glue to the backside of the right side tab on the left lantern body piece. Attach to the other lantern piece making sure that the bottoms align (joining the two body pieces). Allow to dry.
6. Glue the solid vellum pieces (4) to the opening in each of the lanterns bodies centering them. Allow to dry.
7. Glue the circular hanger piece to the top of each of the lantern bodies on the peak of the side that has the long side tab. 
8. Fold the score lines on the lantern bodies and the square lantern base.
9. Apply glue to the last long side tab. Secure the long tab to the other side of the lantern body creating a square box shape.
10. Image of the Lantern body glued together.
11.  Apply glue to one of the top tabs and secure it to the triangular panel to it’s left side.
12. Repeat for the remaining tabs creating a fully enclosed top. (I sometimes use a long object (pencil eraser end) to help secure the tabs on the inside of the lantern top base.)

13. Apply glue to the inside of one of the circular hangers and secure to the other.
14. Glue the grass shapes to each side of the lantern bad; centering and aligning at the bottom.
15. Place a foam adhesive square on the backside petal section of each of the combined tulip shapes and a dab of glue at the bottom (leaf section). Place three combined tulips to each side.
16. Use a foam adhesive square to attach the combined sun to the top of the lantern body.
17. -18. Apply glue to the top two tabs of the Lantern square base and secure to the inside of the sides. Repeat for the bottom two tabs creating a shallow box.
19. Place a flameless candle inside and the lantern top in it’s base. I used a W 2.75” x H 4” pillar flameless candle:).

Friday, June 14, 2019

Monarch Lantern



Monarch Lantern (Flameless)-JMRush
Approximate Lantern size: W 3 x D 3 x H 7.75”

This Flameless lantern features a layered transparent frosted effect that is created when vellum paper is used. This design is compatible with both 8X12 and 12X12 mats.

You can purchase the Silhouette design file here: https://www.silhouettedesignstore.com/artists/485222

You can purchase the SVG and Cricut compatible file here: https://www.jamieandjenn.com  Coming Soon:)

To save time, I used the tutorial for the water lily lantern. Same construction process. 

1.Cut design pieces. ( I used double sided card stock and vellum paper)
2.Center and glue the rectangular lily silhouettes (4) to the coordinating rectangle solid lily shapes (4); centering them. Flip the lantern bodies over and glue the solid vellum pieces (4) to the opening in each of the lanterns bodies. Allow to dry.
3. Fold the score lines on the lantern bodies and the square lantern base. Curve the flower petals as you like. 
4. Glue the circular hanger piece to the top of each of the lantern bodies on the peak of the side that has the long side tab.
5. Center the two lantern body pieces. Apply glue to the backside of the right side tab on the left lantern body piece. Attach to the other lantern piece making sure that the bottoms align (joining the two body pieces). Allow to dry.
6. Image of the two lantern bodies glued together.
7. Flip the combined lantern body over ( pretty side up) and glue the combined lily mats to each of the openings on the lantern body; centering them. Allow to dry.
8. Flip the combined lantern body over and apply glue to the last long side tab. Secure the long tab to the other side of the lantern body creating a square box shape.
9. Image of the Lantern body glued together.
10.  Apply glue to one of the top tabs and secure it to the triangular panel to it’s left side.




11. Image of the tab secured to the panel. Repeat for the next tab.
12. Apply glue to the last two tabs and the circular hanger and secure to the inside of the lantern, creating a fully enclosed top. 
(I sometimes use a long object (pencil eraser end) to help secure the tabs on the inside of the lantern top base.)
13. Apply glue to the top two tabs of the Lantern square base and secure to the inside of the sides. Repeat for the bottom two tabs creating a shallow box.
14. Glue the two largest flower petals and two smallest flower petals together; centering them and alternating the petals.
15. Glue the last flower petal to the large petal set;centering and alternating the petals.
16. I used a adhesive jewel for the inside of the flower and attached it to the top of the lantern with a foam adhesive square.
17. Place a flameless candle inside and the lantern top in it’s base. I used a W 2.75” x H 4” color changing pillar flameless candle:).