Free 3D Suitcase SVG For Cards And Scrapbook Layouts

Do you love travel? It’s always been a huge motivation for me, I am always looking for the next family adventure. Another chance to make memories. So yes, I have missed travel for the last 18 months, however am thankful for my family and home too. Saying that, I can’t wait to get back to travel? These Free 3D Suitcase SVG For Cards And Scrapbook Layouts are perfect to cut on Cricut, Silhouette or Brother.

And any travel lover would love a travel themed card, or indeed and pocket suitcase for a mini book or scrapbooking layout.

Although this suitcase has been designed as a 3d layered project, any of the layers can also be used for individual projects such as vinyl for travel themed t shirts, cups, banners and coasters, yet you also have the option of creating 3d suitcase cards, banners and framed artwork. I have also included a card template or single back file for the suitcase SVG to give you project options.

Free 3D Card Suitcase SVG Download For Cricut or Silhouette-2

Project Ideas For Using My 3D Suitcase SVG

  • Layered Suitcase Cake Toppers
  • Travel Themed Cards
  • Scrapbooks
  • Travel T Shirts
  • Framing As 3D Wall Art
  • Decorating Travel Themed Parties
  • Suitcase Decals On Back Packs
  • Cricut Mugs
  • Cushion Covers
  • Infusible Ink Coasters
Free 3d Suitcdase SVG for card making

To Make A Layered 3D Suitcase Card

You Will Need 

Add a note to the inside of you free suitcase SVG 3d card

If You Want To Use This Cut File For 3D Suitcase SVG Projects?

Simply click on the image below to get my free 3D Suitcase SVG cut file download and I will pop them across to you in PNG and SVG form. You will find 4 layers plus 2 back files, one for a 3d card and one back file.

Additionally if you’re a subscriber, the download is ready for you in the free members area. The link to the page is in your members email. However, make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off and if the email doesn’t land check your spam folder. Here’s how you upload the files to Cricut Design Space

Click here to Sign Up for my 3D Suitcase Card SVG

If You’re Having Problems?

Check out my trouble shooting page, hopefully it will answer any questions you may have.

How To Build Your 3D Suitcase In Cricut Design Space

Once your files are in design space click select and add all of your 5 chosen layers.

Change the colour of each file so they will all cut different colours on separate mats when you send to cut.

Ensure if you are using the 3d card template that you line it up like the image below, the suitcase must line up with the centre oblong. The flaps at the side are to fold and create your card.

How to position your 3d suitcase card in design space

Before cutting line up all the files, if any are slightly misshapen unlock the 3D Suitcase SVG by selecting the image and clicking the padlock on the bottom left corner. You can now drag the files to fit.

Cutting Your Suitcase SVG/PNG Cut Files

When you send your 3D Suitcase SVG/PNG files to your Cricut to cut, ensure you use your brayer to roll the paper, vinyl or card to adhere to the mat. Movement will affect the cut. 

Remember you are using 5 colours so have the card stock ready to hand and really think about the colours. I chose glitter card and foil craft board for the back layers to add depth and feel I achieved that. I also used the same shade of pink twice to add a feature layer to the front that matched a back layer.

If your cutting mat looses its stickiness this will affect the quality of cut. Also make sure your mat is in good condition, this is vital for cutting intricate cuts.

Additionally, make sure you set the material and cut pressure correctly to match whatever materials you’re cutting to get a clean cut. If you have any problems cutting check the mat, pressure and material settings as generally this is where the problem will lie.

Add a card message

Assembling Your 3D Suitcase

Start by laying out all 5 layers to ensure they line up.

I have suggested an order on the files which makes sense and the layers are numbered accordingly.

If you are making a 3d suitcase card with your SVG start by scoring the lines, see the image below. Score the lines on the front and back of the card using a scoring tool and ruler. If you don’t have a scoring tool try a ballpoint pen lid.

Score Lines to follow with a ruler and scoring tool

Note that the bottom of the case has 3 lines, the centre line should be folded inwards to create an indentation.

Now fold the case upwards so your cut file is back to back, fold the side flaps and glue to create your suitcase.

How to fold a 3d card

Next placing the back layer face up, and sticking foam pads to the corners of the back of your layer 2. Flip the layer over and position onto the back layer, making sure it lines up.

Free 3D Suitcase SVG For Cards And Scrapbook Layouts

Keep going layer by layer with your 3D Suitcase SVG until you’ve finished. Check out my little in post video to see how I built mine.

Once finished, to add the dots simple dot any areas you want to add dots to with Neuvo Crystal Drops, I used them on the corners to add a feature. Have a practice on paper beforehand and one you have a good flow simply dot the drop without touching the nozzle on the card, keeping even spaces and allow to dry. Lastly add a message or gift tickets inside.

Please do pop over to Instagram, and give me a follow and if you make a project please do tag me! I love seeing everyone else’s makes and chatting crafting. I could do that all day!

How to make a 3d suitcase card in Cricut Design Space and Free SVG PNG tutorial -2
Free suitcase SVG file for 3d cards

3d Suitcase Layered Card

Yield: 1 Suitcase 3D Card
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Active Time: 45 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
Difficulty: moderate
Estimated Cost: £2.50

Free 3D Suitcase SVG For Cards And Scrapbook Layouts to cut out and make 3d cards on Cricut, Silhouette and Brother cutting machines.

Materials

  • Plain and glitter card stock
  • Tonic Studio Neuvo Dots (Optional)
  • Double sided sticky pads

Tools

  • Cricut Design Space
  • Cutting Mat
  • Brayer and weeding tools
  • Hot glue gun

Instructions

    1. How To Build Your 3D Suitcase In Cricut Design Space
      Once your files are in design space click select and add all of your 5 chosen layers.

      Change the colour of each file so they will all cut different colours on separate mats when you send to cut. Ensure if you are using the 3d card template that you line it up like the image below, the suitcase must line up with the centre oblong. The flaps at the side are to fold and create your card.

      How to position your 3d suitcase card in design space Before cutting line up all the files, if any are slightly misshapen unlock the 3D Suitcase SVG by selecting the image and clicking the padlock on the bottom left corner. You can now drag the files to fit.
    2. Cutting Your Suitcase SVG/PNG Cut Files
      When you send your 3D Suitcase SVG/PNG files to your Cricut to cut, ensure you use your brayer to roll the paper, vinyl or card to adhere to the mat. Movement will affect the cut.

      Remember you are using 5 colours so have the card stock ready to hand and really think about the colours. I chose glitter card and foil craft board for the back layers to add depth and feel I achieved that. I also used the same shade of pink twice to add a feature layer to the front that matched a back layer.

      If your cutting mat looses its stickiness this will affect the quality of cut. Also make sure your mat is in good condition, this is vital for cutting intricate cuts.

      Additionally, make sure you set the material and cut pressure correctly to match whatever materials you’re cutting to get a clean cut. If you have any problems cutting check the mat, pressure and material settings as generally this is where the problem will lie.
    3. Assembling Your 3D Suitcase
      Start by laying out all 5 layers to ensure they line up.

      I have suggested an order on the files which makes sense and the layers are numbered accordingly.

      If you are making a 3d suitcase card with your SVG start by scoring the lines, see the image below. Score the lines on the front and back of the card using a scoring tool and ruler. If you don’t have a scoring tool try a ballpoint pen lid. Score Lines to follow with a ruler and scoring tool Note that the bottom of the case has 3 lines, the centre line should be folded inwards to create an indentation. Now fold the case upwards so your cut file is back to back, fold the side flaps and glue to create your suitcase. How to fold a 3d card Next placing the back layer face up, and sticking foam pads to the corners of the back of your layer 2. Flip the layer over and position onto the back layer, making sure it lines up.
    4. Keep going layer by layer with your 3D Suitcase SVG until you’ve finished. Check out my little in post video to see how I built mine.

      Once finished, to add the dots simple dot any areas you want to add dots to with Neuvo Crystal Drops, I used them on the corners to add a feature. Have a practice on paper beforehand and one you have a good flow simply dot the drop without touching the nozzle on the card, keeping even spaces and allow to dry. Lastly add a message or gift tickets inside.

Notes

Project Ideas For Using My 3D Suitcase SVG


Layered Suitcase Cake Toppers
Travel Themed Cards
Scrapbooks
Travel T Shirts
Framing As 3D Wall Art
Decorating Travel Themed Parties
Suitcase Decals On Back Packs
Cricut Mugs
Cushion Covers
Infusible Ink Coasters

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