I’m meltiiiiiiiiing………..I mean Hiyah!

It’s so hot here at the moment, we aren’t used to it. We get so little warm weather here normally, I’ve even broken out the home made ice lolly maker, strawberry pop ices yumm!

I have some cute little kids dungarees cut files for you today but as the lines are quite simple and I figure could easily be cut out with scissors I have included a copy in the template section too for those of you without a digital cutter :) There is a base card and a top layer in each of the boys and girls versions. I know that the girls version is called a pinafore dress but I’m calling them both dungarees to make it simpler.

dungarees cards

I wanted a denim look for my dungarees so I cut my top layers in some navy blue textured cardstock then roughly sanded them to expose some of the white core, I added some stitching on the straps, hems and pockets then popped in some silver brads where the metal buttons would be. The base cards are cut in some of my gingham and subtle stripes paper from my paper packs, I added some more of the paper to trim the boys sleeves and neck area and added some lace trim to make the girls top more girl-y. I also added some lace to the hem of the dress and a tiny fabric butterfly to the pocket.

girl dungarees card

boy dungarees card

I had great fun making these and could think of lots of different ways to change them up just changing the paper designs and the trimmings, I hope you will have fun with them too :)

Here are your cut files – formats included are ai, dxf, GSD, pdf & svg:

(click on the link below the images to download)

boy dungarees

Boy Dungarees Digital Cutting Files by Bird

girl dungarees

Girl Dungarees Digital Cutting Files by Bird

Here are your digis/templates:

(click on the image to expand before saving to your computer)

boy dungarees template

girl dungarees template

17 thoughts on “Dungarees

  1. Rita Jane Cramer

    Hi, These are adorable and I plan to make a couple of cards for my twin granddaughters. They will just love them.
    Rita Jane Cramer

  2. Faith A

    I have just been through your blog and cannot get over how creative you are, you have achieved soooooo much in a short while, I am in awe!

    Oh! yes thank you for the digis and free cutting files, I have a Cricut and am new to it, I shall try the files and see what happens, (should have bought a CraftROBO)

  3. barbara

    Thank you for the beautiful templates that you designed. I can think of so many ways to use them. Wish I had a cricuit but for now will cut them by hand. Thanks for sharing with us. Hugs

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