Set Sail With Snacks!
Need a nautical centerpiece for your next kid’s party? Never fear, the Lia Griffith sail crew is here! We’ve come up with an amazing, easy-breezy paper sailboat snack holder project. Anyone can make this DIY sailboat, giving you the perfect piece to weigh anchor in the middle of the kid’s table!
All you have to do is gather the materials and tools, then download the templates and instructions. Heave-ho on this impressive craft!
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- Cutting Machine (recommended)
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Craft Knife
- Cutting Mat
- Glue Dot Roller
- “Twilight” My Colors Heavyweight Cardstock
- “Royal White” Recollections Linen
- Kraft Cardstock
- “Patriot Blue” Smooth Solid
- “Bluebell” Paper
- 14-ply Chipboard
- Kraft Packing Tape
- White Twine
- 12” Wooden Skewer
- Gather tools and materials.
- Cut pieces according to the template. We cut the chipboard with the Cricut set to custom material – chipboard – more pressure, cut twice. You can also print out the template, trace onto chipboard, and cut with a craft knife.
- Cut packing tape into smaller strips (if needed). Tape one of the sides to base of boat, following the curve. Make sure that the side is matched up with the bow (front) and stern (back) correctly (see template PDF).
- Tape second side on. Match points of the bow together and tape edge.
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After I download this I can’t go back and look at the tutorial? I hope I can
We suggest you download and save copies of all patterns, instructions and tutorials to your computer so you always have them to reference!
I do not see an SVG to cut with my machine. I only see to download and print and svg. How can I get the SVG for cutting electronically?
Yes there is an SVG available, it’s the first download titled “Large Paper Sailboat SVG”.
So beautiful!I like it!
Hi Can I separate the sails to cut separately? Thanks
Yes, they’re set up as different colors so they will automatically cut separately in Design Space.
Hi, Lia! I’m trying to download svg for the sailboat but it doesn’t let me. I’m using my iPhone. Can I do it on my iPhone or does it have to be a computer? Hopefully it doesn’t because my laptop is not working :((
Hi! As far as I know, you have to download our SVG files to a computer, then upload to Design Space. You may be able to find more info on Cricut’s site and perhaps there’s a workaround to use a smartphone or tablet!
C’est très joli ce vous faite es ce que je peux télécharger le modèle svp
Bonjour Lina, nous sommes ravis que le projet vous plaise! Nos modèles sont disponibles pour nos membres. Si vous envoyez un email à firstname.lastname@example.org, nous serons heureux de vous fournir plus d’informations sur nos options d’adhésion!
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This is so neat, i love it. Just a great idea. Love your table setting also.
Thanks so much Yvonne!