Gazebo no. 2

March 1st, 2014 by

Here is the second 3-d file, one more gazebo!

I hope you like gazebos because there will be more of them later. I have made in total seven different gazebos but I don’t have all the files ready for them yet. It takes a lot of time to prepare all the different file formats on each design.

This gazebo is a beauty, I have made it in pink and with lots of hearts. I think it would look great with a silhouette of a wedding couple inside.

You can find the file here.

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And here are two pictures of this Gazebo made ​​by one of my FB friends. Isn’t it just gorgeous!

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Assembly instructions:

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Cut all pieces out.

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Put glue tape on all tabs except the ones in the bottom.

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Put glue tape on the edges on the underside off the loor part.

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Put the floor inside the walls and press down.

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Glue the decoration bits on the roof and base parts.

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Glue the roof parts together. Here I have put a little mark in each corner for where to fit the edge strip. The mark should be x mm from the edge of the roof. This will help assembling the edge strip to the roof on the right spot.

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Put glue tape on all the tabs on the edge strips and the roof wall.

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Now te edge strips are in place.

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Glue the roof wall together and bend the tabs as in picture.

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Glue together like this.

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Bend the top tabs of the wall part down and take of the protection film before you put the roof on.

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Glue the frame part on the base.

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Like this!
Now, you just turn the base over and glue the gazebo down on the center of the base.

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Here I have decorated the roof with some lattice hearts that I have put glitter on and pendant hearts in the windows. I’ve glued together six hearts for each pendant. A gem in the middle and hung in silver thread.

 

 


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