Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Cheeseburger for Dad

While I was working on my last entry for the Father's Day SVG Cut's Facebook Challenge, I had another idea that I thought would make a cute gift for my husband from the kids. He loves cheese burgers so I thought I could make him a gift box using SVG Cut files. 

 Here's how it turned out... doesn't it look yummy!

Here is the cheeseburger recipe.... all cooked up with my Cameo, lol!

 I used the cupcake top and  the top tier from the cake box to make my hamburger patty and the bottom of the bun. 

I made my cheese layers, using the top of the graduation cap.

From the MY DAY WITH DAD SVG KIT I made the banner.

The bacon strips are a freebie file on the SVG Cuts blog, and the sesame seeds were made in the Silhouette Studio DE program. WOW! That's a lot of ingredients!!! Oh yes, to make it taste and look even better I used green ribbon to make some lettuce and hot glued it to the top of the bun. I also inked some edges and embossed a few things, et voila... Dad's cheeseburger!

I love that it's functional too! It has enough room for some treats and maybe even some love notes from the kids!

You could also make this cheeseburger with two gift compartments by turning the bottom bun into a box aswell!

I always love to show you the scale... pretty realistic, almost good enough to eat!

Hope you like this project, I know my husband will love this! 

Happy crafting!
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  1. This is amazing! Never would have thought to make a burger! It turned out really well, too.... good luck!

    1. Thanks Thienly! I need all the luck I can get... There is some wicked crafting going on at SVG Cuts, everybody has done such amazing work!

  2. That is so amazing! I even have those SVG kits too. Maybe I'll have to make one like this in the future!

  3. Thanks Beth! I think it turned out pretty cool too! You should definitely make one for a burger lover in your life, lol!


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