Friday, September 05, 2014

Aviator Goggles and Plane

Hello all!  Have you seen the awesome aviator sets that SVG Attic has come out with?  If not, you really need to check them out especially if you have boys or any guys in your lives who like airplanes :)  I made the aviator goggles and the slice airplane from the Ready For Takeoff kit at the request of my two older boys.
 Here is a closeup of the plane.  It is actually part of the mobile, I just cut off the loops at the top that allow it to hang.  It is actually very sturdy for my kids to play with and the propeller even turns :)
 Here are the goggles all by themself.  I attached a sentiment tag using Trendy Twine and the stamp is from Unity Stamps.  I thought the saying really encompassed the fun my boys have with these!
This is a closeup of the details that are on the side of the goggles...awesome, right?!?
 I had sized these goggles with my 4 year old in mind.  Then my 7 year old wanted to use them and they didn't fit around his head.  So I hand cut a piece of cardstock the same width as the existing straps and punched holes in it for an extender.
 It worked perfectly!  Now my 7 year old wears these almost every day for fun :)

Don't forget about SVG Attic's monthly FALL contest!
They also have a Design Team Call going on right now!

I hope you have a wonderfully crafty day!

Entering here:
Sept 5 Suzy Bee's Bloomin Challenge
Sept 5 Unity Stamps
Sept 6 HIMCR
Sept 7 613 Avenue Create
Sept 8 TTCRD
Sept 10 Word Art Wednesday
Sept 10 Simon Says Wednesday
Sept 11 Mark's Finest Papers (inspired by the colors in picture #3)
Sept 30 DL.Art


  1. I love those glasses thinking about purchasing just for the glasses too cute

  2. Very cool project! Fun tag you added with the twine!

  3. This is awesome! Of course, everything you do is fabtabulous!

  4. Great project Beth. Praying you have awesome day filled with joy. Thank you for joining our 148th challenge.
    Carole and the DT team at Word Art Wednesday.

  5. You rocked this project, Beth! And, of course, you are making good use of those Unity stamps!

  6. Very cool and fun! Thanks for sharing with 613 Avenue Create.

  7. These look awesome. Well done my friend.

  8. These are the coolest things for boys! Very creative plane and goggles, TFS!

  9. Great job as always Beth and I can see why your 7 year old would want to wear these. So cute!

  10. This is awesome! I just adore those goggles! They would need to be reinforced with duct tape to survive my 3yo though. :)

  11. Awesome creations. Thank you so much for sharing your lovely creation with us at Through the Craft Room Door.
    Cathy DT Member

  12. WOW!!!!! Totally awesome and I'm thrilled that you shared this with us at Suzy Bee's Bloomin' Challenge Blog this week - good luck!!!!
    Design Team Member of Suzy Bee's Bloomin' Challenge Blog

  13. Wow, what little would not love these goggles and planes-none that I can think of. Totally cute. Thank you, for joining us for the challenge at Speedy TV Inspiration challenge.

  14. Oh how cute is this!! So very sweet!! Love it!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!


  15. These are awesome! I wish I had a cutter that took SVG files! My hubby would love these!

  16. Oh this is great. Love the cuts and theme. :)

  17. AWESOME projects, Beth!!! LOVE how they turned out!!! Thanks so much for sharing with us over at Craftin' Desert Divas!

    Mollie's Motif

  18. Great job on the super cute kids project. love the goggles and the plane
    Thank you for joining my DL.ART Thankful Thursday Anything Goes September Linky Party. Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.

  19. Oh so very cute!! Thank you so much for joining us this week with your cute project at SpeedyTV!

  20. What an awesome mom you are! Love those goggles, great project!

  21. Sounds like the boys had great fun with these

  22. So very cute! It is an eye-catcher for sure! Fun as a project with kids!

  23. How fun! Thanks for sharing this with us in the MFP SpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge Beth! Hugz!