Wednesday, July 20, 2011

SVG: Rototiller

I received an email from a follower the other day requesting a rototiller file for her 93 year old father who insisted on getting himself a rototiller this year.  Here's some of what was written:  "He's always had an organic garden .... We got him a bright yellow Cub Cadet with rear tines and he's been having a ball growing veggies! ....I'd love to make a scrapbook layout using a bright yellow rototiller (svg)."

How could I say no to that request?! 
So I searched and played around and came up with this rototiller for PJ and anyone else interested.  The tines are a separate piece of the file so you could put them in front or back...whatever you prefer.  I also did a little shading on the tines with a gray watercolor pencil and added some extra detail lines with a black fine Sharpie
You can get the freebie SVG file HERE

You are welcome to email me file requests anytime. 
I'll do my best to create what you're looking for.
As always, please send me pictures or blog links to what YOU create with my files.
I'd love to feature your work on my blog!

7 comments:

teachdanz said...

you did a great job on that, way to go!! don't know how often I would need a rototiller but I am sure it would come in handy for a guy card or scrapbook page:-)

Jun Bug House said...

Too too cute!!!!
**U**
Nance

PJ said...

I'm speechless! I love it! I'm sending your link to all my SCAL friends! I'll start on the page tomorrow and can't wait til Dad sees it! Thank you!!

CraftCrave said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the Cutting category today [21 Jul 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

Tina Campbell said...

Thanks so much for the file, my husband tilles the garden and this would be a great addition for a page on his everyday life.

Tina from PA
tinasscrapcorner.blogspot.com

Trisha said...

Thank you! I have an elderly friend who loves to garden, and this would be perfect for his birthday card this year!!

Sue in CT said...

Very nice! Hard to find these type of things. Thanks for sharing.